Kenya Gender Based Violence Newsletter June 2014
An update on the Kenya Gender Based Violence Partnership. Read about the work being done and the progress of our projects. Click Here to Download
Gender-Based Violence: Focus on Africa
In this literature review, Angela Baldasare, Ph.D., presents an introduction to the factors associated with GBV, its prevalence, consequences, and implications for program, policy, and practice, with a specific focus on Africa. Click Here to Download.
Practicing Servant-Leadership: Succeeding Through Trust, Bravery, and Forgiveness
Larry C. Spears compiles from leading educators and authors on servant leadership principles. Included among these is the editor, Larry Spears, who was CEO of the Greenleaf Center for nearly 20 years and now runs the Spears Center for Servant Leadership.
The Art of Servant Leadership
Tony Barron is the president of the Servant Leadership Institute, a division of Datron World Communications, the book includes a story on how one CEO transitioned his company to servant leadership.
The Case for Servant Leadership
Dr. Kent Keith is the current CEO of the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership. This book provides a broad background and support for servant leadership.
The End of Poverty: Economic Possibilities for Our Time
In his work The End of Poverty: Economic Possibilities for Our Time, Jeffrey Sachs delineates a number of key variables to assure or sustain economic growth throughout the globe. These variables require a shift in attitude and approach from domination to relationship or, more specifically, an attitude or approach that equates to service. Servant Forge will examine these variables and seek to infuse a culture of service into the organizations and communities that desire economic and social justice. The variables for economic, social, and human development are as follows:
- Understanding the advantages of high-density urban life
- Social mobility and the power of market-based economies
- Shift in gender roles
- Family structure
- Division of labor
Over one billion individuals are living on a subsistence income of less than a $1 a day. These forces are creating economic change in that population most significantly affected by extreme poverty.
The Power of Servant Leadership
Robert Greenleaf offers insights to this topic through a collection of eight essays. These essays offer insight int othe nature and practive of servant leadership and the continual refinement of this servant-as-leader concept. Several of the essays focus on the related issues of spirit, commitment for vision, and wholeness.