Human Resource Management for NGOs

Manab Chakraborty About Manab Chakraborty

Mr. Manab Chakraborty has a generalist background in development program management, administration and training, and has specialized in natural resource management and micro enterprise development since 1994. Practical project management experience has been obtained from work in South Asia, China, South East Asia, East Africa, Southern Africa, for Oxfam, UNDP, UNEP, World Bank, IFAD, ADB, SIDA, USAID, DFID, GIZ, PLAN and various consultancy companies and microfinance institutions. Manab’s endeavor is to build institutions which are customer-centric attending to their expectations of cost and high quality, develop employees who embrace continuous improvements and where systems and processes support and drive growth.

Capacity-building for NGOs is an ongoing process. As we move ahead to bring about social change, we also end up facing new and unexpected challenges. However, constant training and exposure to new ideas can lead organizations to address these challenges and improve their organizational growth.

FUNDSFORNGOS.ORG has compiled resourceful information about managing human resources in NGOs so that they are able to achieve improvement in leadership, management and governance.

Organizational development is a critical aspect of fundraising. If the systems of your organization are set right, you not only perform better, but you also have the prospect of attracting donors to support and empower you.

The “Human Resource Management for NGOs” here aims to make small and medium-sized NGOs understand and assess organizational behavior and functioning; manage organizations through planning, implementing and monitoring activities strategically; improve the performance of their staff; build effective management systems, policies and plans and improve long-term sustainability and resource mobilization.

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