All posts tagged: Bridging Leadership and Systems Thinking

Puso, Tapang, at Talino: On Self-discovery and Serving the People

The beginning of a leadership journey.  Like with many young leaders today, LMNP participant Melfe Calda grew up in a strict family where curfews are imposed, and extracurricular activities are almost unwelcome. It was only when she entered college, at about sixteen, when she found both freedom and love of serving others and honing other young individuals. With these new-found discoveries, MC’s leadership journey started when she joined Red Cross […]

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LMNP concludes its first course on Bridging Leadership and Systems Thinking

Held last April 12, 2021, participants of the Leadership and Management for Non-Profit Professionals (LMNP) completed the first course of the program — Leadership 1: Bridging Leadership and Systems Thinking. The course helps the participants to understand how Systems Thinking as a Bridging Leadership tool is used to effectively observe and understand the complex reality of challenges, and consequently produce effective, responsive, and sustainable interventions. The course also highlighted the […]

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