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by Adel Safty

11/28/2003

Adel Safty leads a distinguished group of scholars, researachers, and practitioners in the field of leadership in a multidisciplinary, multicultural, and critical inquirey into leadership in various social contexts. They thus address issues related to leadership and Public Policy, Leadership and Management, Leadership and Capacity Building and Leadership and Self-Development. The contributors include Mrs. Harriet Fulbright (USA), Mr. Enver Yucel (Turkey), Dr. John Kane (Australia), Ambassador Ingmar Karlsson (Sweden), Dr. Mansour Elagab (Sudan), Dr. Hafiza Golandaz (India), Ms. Marina Tyasto (Russia), Ms. Cristina Lamana (Spain), Dr. Carol Allais (South Africa), Dr. Stanley Gryskiewicz (USA), Dr. Nawal Amar (USA), Dr. Bruce Lloyd (England) Dr. Christos Nicolaidis (Greece), Dr. Ajay Chhi...

by Joel Curtis Graves

09/15/2007

This dissertation argues that business people, clergy, lay persons, and many chaplains do not understand the leadership and management dynamics of chaplaincy, and this lack of knowledge has a direct impact on how chaplaincy is done and not done in certain areas. In chaplaincy and many churches, leadership, management, and ministry have a synergistic effect when they come together in response to a problem or crisis. An understanding of chaplaincy dynamics, scope, methods, possibilities, and issues in relation to this effect is vital to this growing field in four areas: Helps prepare people for ministry as chaplains, whether clergy or lay; benefits those already in chaplaincy ministry; helps clergy reexamine their ministry to determine if they are where God wants them; serves to teach every...

by Rebecca Nthogo Lekoko

07/28/2002

Hermeneutic-phenomenological interviews were conducted to explore community-based extension workersÍ (CBEWsÍ) previous work and training experiences and how such experiences contributed to their present working relationships as partners in community development. CBEWsÍ responses foreshadowed challenges and problems of coordination that could have otherwise been addressed had they been considered integral elements of previous training curricula. The findings throw light on how government policies, though explicitly formulated to enhance conditions of service coordination, can be in variance with realities of coordination at the village level. Awareness of the fissure of policies and actual coordination does not refute the importance of government intervention in community development,...