Tag: Mergon Foundation

Organisational life stages and organisational health

Healthy organisations don’t ‘just happen’. To become a healthy organisation takes introspection, humility, honesty, and courage to confront hard questions, among many other things. The road to organisational health isn’t always easy, but it is worth the journey.

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Why intentional partnerships are paramount

Over the years at Mergon, we have found that there is an inextricable link between strategic partnering and overall impact. The development of a partnership engagement strategy is essential for long-term sustainability and relevance.

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Women at the centre of Kingdom impact

Historically Africa has been a predominantly patriarchal society, but scratch the surface and you will find, women are often the lifeblood. This is what Bishop Boniface Shonga has come to find in his years working to see communities and nations transformed throughout Africa.

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11 dimensions of organisational health

Through a process of identifying and defining the key dimensions of a healthy organisation, Mergon developed an Organisational Self-Perception Scan as a practical resource tool for NPO and ministry leaders.

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The four priorities of a leader

During a recent Elevate Leadership webinar, executive head of the Mergon Foundation, Neil Hart, focussed on four priorities that will help leaders to move their organisations forward.

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