Giving Voice to Values – Africa

 

Build confidence and competence for values-driven leadership

The GVV Africa Project is an initiative under the Education Collaborative’s ethics and leadership focus area. Led by a team of leaders and professionals within the higher education space, the program shares tools and tactics on how leaders and industry professionals can navigate the dynamics of values conflicts in the workplace.

The Giving Voice to Values Africa course is designed for:

  • Corporate leaders and managers
    Values-driven leaders looking for a strategic approach to communicating their values and sustaining workplace cultures where employees feel comfortable speaking about values and bringing up issues of concern.
  • Higher education leaders and professionals
    Educators interested in equipping themselves, staff, faculty, and students, with the skills to support speaking and acting with integrity and sustaining university-wide cultures that encourage speaking about values and bringing up issues of concern.
  • Organizational trainers
    Ethics and leadership trainers seeking to gain skills for themselves and to train others to strategically and effectively speak up and act in values conflict situations; organizational trainers supporting culture change within large and small organizations.
  • Independent learners
    Professionals interested in learning how to speak and act effectively in values conflict situations in the workplace.

ENGAGE with the GIVING VOICE TO VALUES-Africa project

To learn more about the program or to sign up for the course, click on the ‘Sign Up’ button below. 

To request a Giving Voice to Values train-the-trainer session for your institution. Email education.collaborative@ashesi.edu.gh.

Recent Posts

GVV Africa Project in Numbers

230+

GVV workshop participants

13

African-centred stories teaching skills in ethical action

4

institutions engaged

Project Team

Lead
Rebecca Awuah
Faculty, Ashesi University

Advisor
Dr. Mary Gentile
Creator of GVV, University of Virginia, Darden School of Business

Case Writing Lead
Martina Odonkor

 

Case Writer
Esther Laryea
Faculty, Ashesi University