Posts Tagged "ASIES"

Monitoring and evaluation for management

Monitoring and evaluation for management

[Editor’s note: This post originally appeared at On Think Tanks. It is part of a series of posts reflecting on a long term mentoring project with ASIES from Guatemala and Grupo Faro from Ecuador.] When donors think of M&E they tend…

From managing research to mentoring: an effective mechanism for a generational transition

From managing research to mentoring: an effective mechanism for a generational transition

[Editor’s note: This post was written by Raquel Zelaya, Director of ASIES, in Guatemala. It is part of a series of posts emerging from a long term mentoring project that also includes Grupo FARO in Ecuador.] ASIES was created in Guatemala in 1979 with the…

Openness to continuous learning: one of the most important leadership skills

Openness to continuous learning: one of the most important leadership skills

[Editor’s note: This post is part of a series that brings together reflections from a year-long leadership strengthening programme that Grupo Faro (Ecuador) and ASIES (Guatemala) jointly carried out with Enrique Mendizabal and Vanesa Weyrauch as mentors.] I entered this…

Resources for executive directors: competences, structure and tools

[Editor’s note: This post originally appeared at On Think Tanks. It is part of a series of posts reflecting on a mentoring project with ASIES from Guatemala and Grupo Faro from Ecuador.] Too many resources for think tanks are focused…