Resilience matters for NGO’s workshop

November 19, 2014 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm
Dunedin Community Link
162 Castle Street
Dunedin, Dunedin 9016
New Zealand
Alan Shanks

In an increasingly volatile and uncertain world, one of the greatest assets an organisation can have is the agility to survive unexpected crisis and to find opportunity to thrive in the face of constant change.

How can you make your organisation or community more resilient?
Attend this interactive workshop organised by Resilient Organisations where you will engage with others to develop practical actions plans to enhance resilience in your organisation or community.

Resilient Organisations (ResOrgs) is a public good research programme based in New Zealand who have been researching what makes organisations resilient to crises since 2004.
ResOrgs is collaboration between top New Zealand research universities, particularly the University of Canterbury and the University of Auckland. We are funded by the Natural Hazards Platform and supported by a diverse group of industry partners and advisors.

About the presenter:

""Tracy is a researcher with the Resilient Organisations research group. With a background working in business and an MBA from Canterbury, Tracy combines organisational experience with the results of quality research to provide practical actions that support organisations in building resilience.

Resilient Organisations have produced a publication around their research: A short guide to resilience for NGO’s:

The workshop is limited to 30 people so please sign up via our google form.