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Training Skills Guide, Team Management and Conflict Resolution
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Organization: Maharat Foundation
Project: Media and Diversity
Arabic
This manual for young female trainers focuses on leadership, facilitation and conflict resolution, including: • Leadership skills: teamwork, communication, and application of verbal and nonverbal communication skills • Facilitation skills: methods, aids, training methods and skills for presenting business proposals • Conflicts: sources and stages of conflict development, conflict resolution mechanisms, and women, conflict and negotiation

Students Civic Engagement Training Curriculum
Published: 2015
Organization: World Learning
Project: Promoting Education, Altruism, and Civic Engagement (PEACE)
English

This manual provides six training modules focused on leadership and volunteerism to promote workforce and community engagement through experiential learning. While the module progression is designed to build a comprehensive leadership program, each module can be used as a stand-alone two-hour program. Each module includes a one-page overview: module background, objectives, expected application, data collection plan, pre-training preparation and outline.


Leadership Skills and Peacebuilding
Published: 2015
Organization: Kuwaiti Human Rights Society
Project: Youth Leadership for Peace-Building (YLP)
Arabic
This guide describes the peace-building process with a focus on integrated concepts and culture. It highlights development of leadership skills for advocacy campaigns and factors for garnering external support. The guide also identifies concepts and types of human rights, good governance, effective project writing and training skills.

2.1: Leadership Compass
Published: 2014
Organization: Mercy Corps
Project: Advancing Civic Engagement in Tunisia and Global Citizen Corps (GCC)
English

This resource for trainers focuses on the idea of a leadership compass, helping participants to identify styles of leadership and the importance of having diversity of leadership in a group. Included is a topic overview, learning objectives and specific lesson procedures. The ideal ages of participants are between 19-29. An overview of the program also is available: http://maktabatmepi.org/content/11-approaches-learning-presentation.


Innovative Leadership – Facilitator’s Guide
Published: 2013
Organization: Institute of International Education (IIE)
Project: Women's Enterprise for Sustainability (WES)
English Arabic French

This facilitator's guide for a training-of-trainers workshop on innovative leadership provides specifics for a two-day event, including sections on types of listening, how conversations shape actions, barriers to designing the future, creating possibility, and more. Also included are appendices on key concepts and questions, flipcharts and quotes for inspiration.


Innovative Leadership Workbook
Published: 2013
Organization: Institute of International Education (IIE)
Project: Women's Enterprise for Sustainability (WES)
English French

This manual, developed by Barbara Fittipaldi and the Center for New Futures, provides a two-day course agenda with key questions, issues and skills related to innovative leadership and self-generated listening. It provides questions and several exercises, such as vision design and barriers to designing the future, and highlights creating relatedness, possibility, opportunity and action.


Innovative Leadership (presentation)
Published: 2013
Organization: Institute of International Education (IIE)
Project: Women's Enterprise for Sustainability (WES)
English Arabic French
This presentation, developed by Barbara Fittipaldi and the Center for New Futures, includes a course agenda for a two-day innovative leadership workshop, highlighting core components and discussion of questions and filters, barriers, and creating possibility and opportunity. Exercises are included.

Module 1: Basic Facilitation Training
Published: 2011
Organization: Soliya
Project: Terana: Strengthening Leaders: Equipping Organizations and Enabling Public Discourse
English

This resource provides an outline for a five-week online training session that aimed to enable fellows to learn active listening and how to ask good questions, and to help them recognize their own biases and uncover other people’s biases. It includes learning components and a weekly breakdown of discussion points, activities and assignments. It is one of four modules in the series.


Module 2: Basic Media Training
Published: 2011
Organization: Soliya
Project: Terana: Strengthening Leaders: Equipping Organizations and Enabling Public Discourse
English

This resource provides an outline for a four-week online training session that aimed to enable fellows to learn how to choose characters, conduct and film interviews and select soundbites, with dual goals of respecting the interviewees and exposing viewers to alternative perspectives. It includes learning components and a weekly breakdown of discussion points, activities and assignments. It is one of four modules in the series.


Module 3: Outreach Training
Published: 2011
Organization: Soliya
Project: Terana: Strengthening Leaders: Equipping Organizations and Enabling Public Discourse
English

This resource provides an outline for a three-week online training session that aimed to enable fellows to learn how to build a constituency, outreach to people outside of their circles and build a long-term engagement plan. It includes learning components and a weekly breakdown of discussion points, activities and assignments. It is one of four modules in the series.


Module 4: Social Media Engagement Module
Published: 2011
Organization: Soliya
Project: Terana: Strengthening Leaders: Equipping Organizations and Enabling Public Discourse
English

This resource provides an outline for a four-week online training session that aimed to introduce social media, creation of a social media strategy and constructive online dialogue. It includes learning components and a weekly breakdown of discussion points, activities and assignments. It is one of four modules in the series.


An Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship (Module 1)
Published: 2010
Organization: ICF International
Project: US-Saudi Forum on Social Entrepreneurship
English

This presentation offers an introduction to social entrepreneurship, walks learners through the first steps of identifying needs and gives examples of social enterprises. The instructor's notes provide answers to the questions posed on the slides.


Tools and Tips to Becoming a Social Entrepreneur (Module 2)
Published: 2010
Organization: ICF International
Project: US-Saudi Forum on Social Entrepreneurship
English

This presentation gives an overview of how to become a social entrepreneur. It offers techniques to starting a project, including brainstorming and individual assets audits, as well as tools such as social networking to ensure far reach. The instructor's notes help navigate the presentation.


Seminar Curriculum (Module 2)
Published: 2010
Organization: ICF International
Project: US-Saudi Forum on Social Entrepreneurship
English

This document offers an overview of how to become a social entrepreneur, including techniques for starting a project, brainstorming and individual assets audits. It also describes tools such as social networking to ensure far reach. Self-reflection exercises are included, focusing on the process leading to social impact. It is to be used with the presentation prepared for the second module.


Seminar Curriculum (Module 3)
Published: 2010
Organization: ICF International
Project: US-Saudi Forum on Social Entrepreneurship
English

Building off the previous session, this curriculum walks learners through the process of clearly identifying the project by using previously discussed techniques.


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