Annual performance plan Ifa lethu annual report 2012/13 15 Key Result Areas (KRA) % Weighting for KRA’s Key Performance Indicators (KPI) Objectives MARKETING 20 Raising Foundation profile Nationally and Globally • Branding the organisation. • The continuous development of satisfactory stakeholder relations. • Ensure timeous and regular communication on Ifa Lethu developments with targeted constituencies. Collaborations and Partnerships • Identify new stakeholders and formalise relationships for joint ventures, thereby assisting sustainability initiatives. • Maintain and nurture current stakeholder partnerships by regular information sharing of developments and projects at Ifa Lethu. • Maintain stakeholder database. Electronic Media • Ensure that website is updated regularly to indicate projects, research and accomplishments. • Develop mechanisms to assess usage. • Update Facebook regularly. LEADERSHIP 25 Staff Management • Continue to involve staff in high end projects and activities. • Continue to mentor and empower staff through three mentoring sessions which will elevate their career development. • Involve staff with stakeholders by encouraging them to attend meetings and discussions. • Encouraging staff input on strategy and positioning with a view to developing and strengthening decision making powers. • Ensuring minimal staff turnover. • Instilling the right company values in staff. Strategy • Generate innovative strategy and positioning for the benefit of securing funding, project management and branding. • Implementation of new business strategy to accommodate current trends nationally and globally. Governance • Ensure all governance and legal documents are updated. • Ensure Foundation complies with updated governance requirements as approved by the Board. • Conduct activities of the Foundation in a manner that prevents reputational risk. • Continue to monitor the succession plan. • Play an active role in ensuring that the Foundation does not contravene the related principles of King II. • Drive Foundation policy processes by developing and reviewing policy necessary for the appropriate governance of the organisation and the management of staff. Approval and reviews will be undertaken by the Board.
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