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Learning to Respect Diversity, Gender Equality, and Collaboration: A Childhood Agenda or the Content of a Leadership Development Program?

Chapter in book
Authors Amir Khorram-Manesh
Published in Disaster, Diversity and Emergency Preparation
Pages 11-19
ISBN 978-1-61499-993-5
Publisher IOS press.Inc
Place of publication Amsterdam
Publication year 2019
Published at Institute of Clinical Sciences, Department of Surgery
Pages 11-19
Language en
Links ebooks.iospress.nl/volumearticle/53...
Keywords Gender Equality, Diversity, Collaboration, Leadership, Childhood
Subject categories Health Care Service and Management, Health Policy and Services and Health Economy, Disaster medicine

Abstract

Most leadership training initiatives fail to produce leaders, and few participants undergo a transformation in their learning regarding some important topics such as gender equality and diversity. Dealing with the core values of leadership, it is logical to believe that some of these values should be addressed early in life, while others may be gained or enhanced through courses, exercises, programs, etc. Empowering families, women, and children, as the smallest unit in society, is the most important mechanism to guarantee a sound and steady increasing of welfare and to provide opportunities for the young generation, irrespective of gender and diversity, to learn the needed skills and to enhance their hidden competencies. Simulation exercises may be an effective instrument to enhance individual and group knowledge, skills, and competencies in both youths and adults.

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