Giving Voice to Values Africa

rsawuah · June 28, 2021

Welcome to Giving Voice to Values Africa

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.

Course Authors & Contributors

Rebecca Awuah
Curriculum Development Lead
Faculty, Ashesi University.
Rose Dodd
Project Advisor,
Director, Education Collaborative, Ashesi University.
Adobea Lydia Dampare Addo
Administrative Support,
Digital Communication Officer, Education Collaborative,
Ashesi University.
Mary Gentile
Project Advisor,
Creator, Giving Voice to Values,
The University of Virginia, Darden School of Business.
Esther Laryea
Case Writer,
Faculty, Ashesi University.
Martina Odonkor
Lead Case Writer,

Course Contributors

Tale of Two Stories Contributor
Anne Gitau
Alum, Ashesi University

Case Contributors
Case Contributors remain anonymous. Their support is acknowledged and appreciated.

Animation Content Contributor
Yaw Djin
Creative Director, Maisha Africa Online Ltd.

Leadership Video Contributors
Dr Patrick Awuah
Founder, Ashesi University

Mansa Nettey
CEO, Standard Chartered Bank Ghana

Dr Elikem Tamaklo
Managing Director, Nyaho Medical Center

Animation Content Development
Daniel Bempah
Faculty Intern, Ashesi University

Nana Adjoa Agyeman Sereboo
Student, Ashesi University

Martina Odonkor

Below are the GVV Africa course modules and the number of lessons and activities included in each module. Once you are enrolled, click on the Precourse Survey to begin the course.

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Course Includes

  • 9 Modules
  • 38 Lessons
  • 11 Assessments