Request for Proposals for NEADS Leadership Training
The National Educational Association of Disabled Students (NEADS: www.neads.ca) is now accepting proposals for delivery of a two day leadership training event on May 12 and 13, 2012 in Toronto.
Instructions for preparation and submission of a proposal are contained in this package.
Thank you for your interest in doing business with NEADS.
SECTION I - INFORMATION & INSTRUCTIONS
The complete proposal must be submitted by e-mail to the
It is the sole responsibility of the proposer to assure that they have submitted all aspects of the application package outlined in the Request for Proposal. Proposers will be notified by e-mail of any change in the specifications contained in this RFP.
NEADS reserves the right to reject any and all proposals and to request clarification of information from any proposer. NEADS is not obligated to enter into a contract on the basis of any proposal submitted in response to this document. NEADS is under no obligation to award this project to the proposer offering the lowest fee proposal. Evaluation criteria included in this document shall be used in evaluating proposals.
Prior to the final selection, proposers may be required to submit additional information which NEADS may deem necessary to further evaluate the proposer's qualifications. NEADS reserves the right to interview proposers prior to final selection. NEADS also reserves the right to negotiate with the selected proposer the exact terms and conditions of the contract.
Proposals will be evaluated according to the following criteria and weight at a
a) Vendor’s qualifications and experience with leadership training (50 points)
Questions regarding this request for proposal should be directed to:
SECTION II - SCOPE OF WORK
The purpose of this RFP is to acquire leadership training that is practical, skills-based, and that will offer tools and resources to enable NEADS board, staff and volunteers to improve communication, decision-making, team effectiveness and overall leadership skills. The priorities for the leadership training include but are not limited to:
All workshops are to be delivered during Saturday May 12 and Sunday May 13 in-person in Toronto, Ontario. The workshops are to be delivered for the NEADS national board of directors, staff and volunteers which is comprised of about 16 people who represent all regions throughout Canada and who have different disabilities.
In order for a proposal to be considered the total cost must not exceed $4,000.
SECTION III – REQUIREMENTS
Proposers will be responsible for the following:
Proposals must include the following components:
SECTION IV – PROVISIONS
NEADS will be responsible to provide the following:
SECTION V – TOPICS FOR CONSIDERATION
Please note: the following are topics simply for consideration; proposals may vary from these topics and are not required to include all the following topics.
Team dynamics and effectiveness:
Managing conflict / decision making:
Building leadership skills:
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