well grounded (adj)

1based on good evidence or reasons: soundly based; well founded.
2having a good training in or knowledge of a subject.

News

Wednesday 8 Apr 2015

Effective leadership of civil society organisations and collective civil society action is fundamental to the achievement of positive changes in the natural resource management, forest governance and community and indigenous rights sectors

Well Grounded aims to contribute to this by creating opportunities for directors, managers and team leaders from civil society organisations to meet, reflect and learn together, and by improving their leadership skills and capacity.

Friday 10 Apr 2015

Well Grounded team member Mireille Kayijamahe has contributed a new post to our blog page, in which she reflects on Gandhi’s observation “Whatever you do for me without me, you do against me…” and presents some of the ethical implications of working in the development field.

Benchmarks

Pillars of a strong and healthy organisation

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  • A vision aimed at environmental and social justice

     
  • Programmes, projects and campaigns based on evidence and analysis, with clear rationales

     
  • Accountable and responsive to the communities and groups with which the organisation is working

     
  • A functioning internal system of governance that is transparent and reflects the vision and values of the organisation

     
  • Mobilise and manage resources needed responsibly and transparently, accounting for them clearly and on time

     
  • Provide appropriate management and support for the people involved in the organisation

     
  • Work to the highest possible ethical standards

     
  • Open and ready to learn from experience and from others and to work with others