What We Do

Usha Menon Management Consultancy works exclusively with social purpose organisations bringing functional expertise, sector experience and insights focused on Asia. We aim to transform charities, development organisations, social enterprises and not-for-profit entities in the areas of:



We offer advice, training and consultancy services to the non-for-profit and NGO sectors and help them benefit from our expertise and hands-on experience in Asia. We work to transform the performance of regional, national and international NGOs, through our understanding and knowledge of strategy, fundraising and non-profit ‘next’ practices.


We introduce you to innovations in leadership development, add creativity to your fundraising strategy, challenge your current practices where necessary, and provide the very best training and consultancy available to help you achieve your mission.


We offer client-focussed consultancy and training in:

  • Leadership (Board, staff and volunteers)
  • Strategy development and implementation of robust management practises
  • Fundraising and income generation
  • Philanthropic counsel to donors (individuals, corporate sector, foundations and venture philanthropists) in choosing non-profit organisations and philanthropic activities in Asia that compliments the donor's culture and vision

Vision

Usha Menon Management Consultancy envisions a world where social impact organisations have achieved their mission, through those who work and volunteer in them.

Mission

Usha Menon Management Consultancy will create value for the non for profit social impact organisations by developing and strengthening their skills, abilities, processes and resources.

“As an international movement we had an extremely complicated and sensitive strategic discussion to facilitate amongst multiple stakeholders from all around the world, each with hugely varying and opposing opinions and issues. Usha was able to not only grasp the complexity of the topic, but also frame a workshop around it. Her facilitation of the workshop gained the engagement and buy in for the discussion, allowing a new direction to emerge on which all stakeholders could unite, as a foundation for our plans for the future.”

Peer Baneke, CEO,
Multiple Sclerosis International Federation