Leadership
in Civil Justice Projects
How to reach sustainability
and best-practice model status

1-1/2 Days

Leadership is a unique way of being that can be distinguished from management, administration, and professional practice. Leadership is an attitude and point of view that can be cultivated. There are strategies, methods and skills that can be learned. What one does in leadership roles is often counter-intuitive and the opposite of what management and administrative disciplines call for. Leadership is a necessary factor that has to be accounted for if program managers, professionals and local boards committed to full access to justice are to achieve the ambitious and compelling visions that are beginning to emerge.

 

 

 

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