Revive. Reinvent. Revamp. After two years of operating in survival mode and adjusting to the new world around us, it is time to consolidate our learnings, redesign our strategy, and not just survive but work to thrive. Borrowing from Nassim Nicholas Taleb – many institutions are fragile to volatility. Like a vase which breaks when it falls. The opposite of fragility is not robust – things that are unaffected by volatility, but anti-fragile – things which gain from volatility.
Resilience Strategies for Nonprofits in India (RSN), initiated in 2020 by CSIP in collaboration with faculty from the Harvard Business School, as a response to needs expressed by NGO leaders, is back for its third edition. The three day course designed for senior leadership in nonprofit organisations will build on the lived experience of sector leaders with specially designed modules on fundraising and compliance, strategic opportunities, and overall well-being of leaders and their teams.
The course is designed to meet real-time needs, and answer the questions organisations are grappling with in post-covid times. Through three sessions each of 4-hour duration, the course will provide participants an opportunity to evaluate their organisations’ fundraising strategy, strategic needs and an enabling environment to reflect on leadership needs.
The participants may expect
- Interaction with world-class faculty from Harvard Business School and practitioners from India’s social impact space
- A diverse cohort of participants representing multiple viewpoints
- A rich learning experience with case-studies and resources accessible on CSIP learning platform, beyond the three day sessions
- Tools and frameworks to ease implementation post the event
- A lifelong connection with the participants and other CSIP alumni to enable cross-learning and partnership
Who is RSN for?
- Nonprofit organizations in India looking to adapt and thrive in the challenging new landscape
- Organizations with an operating annual budget upwards of INR 50 L
- CEOs/ Founders/ Senior Leadership
Note: The content will be delivered only in English on all three days. We will not be able to support translations this time.
How to Apply
Applications are open from July 16, 2022. Applicants meeting the eligibility criteria will be reached out on a rolling-basis.
This year’s cohort will comprise ~ 100 nonprofit leaders. Using internal shortlisting criteria, CSIP will prioritise diversity in order to facilitate deeper connection and learning.
The last date to submit applications is August 7, 2022 subject to availability of seats.
Considering the ‘rolling’ nature of the process, we encourage you to apply sooner than later. Needs-based scholarships are available for qualified candidates. For any technical query or concerns, please contact email@example.com