Top 9 Help Sheets

Leading research highlights 9 areas that result in best outcomes for strengthening community groups and organisations. This approach is adopted by the NZ Navigator, New Zealand’s dedicated online assessment tool.

If you haven’t already, complete the NZ Navigator online here.

At the Wheelhouse we’ve distilled these critical success factors into 9 easy to access but powerful short resources.

Whether you want to confirm that you have things covered, or need key guidance to improve, view the resources below, or download the complete set.

Direction

To be effective and make a difference, groups need to have an agreed vision and purpose about where they are going. Check out whether you meet the key factors.

Financial Management

Finance is the process of attracting, utilising and accounting for money. Check out whether you meet the key factors.

Governance

Good governance is about effective processes and decision making ensuring that an organisation is run well. Check out whether you meet the key factors.

Administration

Measuring your effectiveness and doing your job well, requires efficient and useful administration. Check out whether you meet the key factors.

Communication

Good communication is about connecting with others and enabling you to achieve something beyond what you can achieve alone. Check out whether you meet the key factors

Evaluation

Evaluation has two key purposes, to learn about how well you have done something and to be accountable to your stakeholders. Check out whether you meet the key factors.

Leadership

Motivating people and getting them excited about their contributions is vital, and it is a leader’s responsibility to create that atmosphere and grow it. Check out whether you meet the key factors.

People

He Tangata, He Tanagata, He Tanagata – It is people, It is people, It is people. People make it happen. How well you enthuse and empower people to your cause will often be the main factor in your groups success. Check out whether you meet the key factors.

Relationships

People are what make groups function and influence how we work with others. As such relationships are important to results. Check out whether you meet the key factors.