Capacity Building

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Capacity Building Presentation to NGO activists :

Capacity Building Presentation to NGO activists Dr. Abhijit Phadnis Sakshameekaran “Give a person a fish: you have fed them for today. Teach a person to fish: you have fed them for a lifetime.”

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About the Author Dr. Abhijit Phadnis B. Com, ACMA, ACA, ACS, CFA, PhD (IITB) Dr. Abhijit Phadnis is a Chartered Accountant, Cost Accountant, Company Secretary and Chartered Financial Analyst, with a high all-India rank in all these examinations; having stood 11 th , 2 nd , 1 st and 3 rd respectively. He was also awarded a Ph.D. by IIT, Mumbai, and his thesis has been published by a German academic publisher for sale globally. He is a rank-holding graduate in Commerce, from the University of Mumbai. Abhijit began teaching management students in 1985. He has conducted over 250 executive education programs for over 40 reputed Indian companies, and has always received outstanding feedback for his teaching skills. One consistent feedback from all the participants is that Abhijit makes complicated things simple! Currently, Abhijit is a visiting faculty with the School of Management at IIT, Mumbai. Abhijit blends his teaching with a lot of practical insights, obtained through his 28-year professional and consulting career. He has worked for reputed firms like Johnson & Johnson, Grindlays Bank as well as for two Swiss Banks - UBS & Credit Suisse. He was a Director with the Indian subsidiaries of these two banks and was in-charge of all the business support functions in India. He has also served on the Board of a reputed co-operative bank. Apart from stints in the corporate world, Abhijit has served on the Academic Council and Board of Governors of The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India. Abhijit has also been very active socially.

First, let me congratulate you ..:

First, let me congratulate you .. People like you who think of others have outgrown their ‘self’ Their self is expanding into seeing Self everywhere “ Idam Nija Paroveti Gananam Laghuchetasam , Udaracharitanantu Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam ” ( Meaning of this Sanskrit couplet: Those with small hearts always see a duality of ‘me’ and ‘you’ and ‘mine’ and ‘yours’; for the large-hearted souls who are evolved in their consciousness, the whole world is a family)

Role of government:

Role of government Government People Defence Administration Development It is the development role where Voluntary Organizations can do a great deal to fill the void

Problem with government:

Problem with government

Why capacity building?:

Why capacity building? The ‘Raison D’etre’ of voluntary organizations Helps in blossoming of volunteers’ personality Credibility with stakeholders & beneficiaries For organizational sustainability Continued support of donors

Capacity building - Focus:

Capacity building - Focus Existential Ideology Vision Mission Purpose Purity Governance Democratic Stakeholder involvement Compliance Regulatory filings Value system Institutional Systems Transparency Focus People Skills Team work Motivation Involvement

People ethos:

People ethos Every human being can change No work is small S – C – A – L – E S – Sensitivity C – Collectivism A – All are good but nobody is indispensible L – Lubricate but correct E – Everyone has a melting point

People Capacity Building:

People Capacity Building Experiential On the job Work & learn Longish route & could be unsure Training Benefits & limitations Could be expensive Often a mindset issue Need to get value for the buck Customization needed Mentoring & coaching One on one For a select few Capability of mentor


Skills Technical Communication Interpersonal Leadership Relationship building Value system

Nurturing the right attitude:

Nurturing the right attitude Professionalism Commitment to excellence Karmayoga Convergence to value system

Institutional ethos:

Institutional ethos Use of technology Visibility enhancement Stakeholder relationship Donor communication



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