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A community based organization in Tanzania has applied all the “best practices” in terms of prevailing project based development approaches, including a well designed M & E system. Its vision statement is carefully crafted in a time-bound frame, which is effective in attracting the pragmatic ears of donors. Its project activities and training of local communities are well managed and supported by a relatively steady supply of funding.

Published in Leadership Training

That was a critical leadership question underlining the fact that various forms of tensions, such as feelings of inequalities, disempowerment and other emotional circumstances that characterize organizations were likely to shape the scope of learning in the organization. Temba went on to formulate his change objective within the current coaching framework as “increased ability to facilitate others reach their learning objectives”.

Published in Leadership Training


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