Evaluation of the Effectiveness of an Initiative to Develop Leadership Skills among Women in Africa: A Case Study . Evaluation of the Sisters Leadership Development Initiative (SLDI) By Jane M. Wakahiu Lsosf , Ph. D. Challenge to Leadership in sub-Saharan Africa .
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Evaluation of the Sisters Leadership Development Initiative (SLDI)
By Jane M. WakahiuLsosf, Ph. D.
The purpose of this qualitative case study was to evaluate the Sisters Leadership Development Initiative (SLDI) program.
SLDI Program Handbook, 2007
1. Have the goals and objectives of the SLDI program been attained?
a. Program delivery model match initial strategy
b. Most effective pedagogical strategies
2. What is the impact of the SLDI program on the ministries of the participants?
a. Projects evolved and benefits of the program to stakeholders?
3. Are strategies in place to sustain the program for the future?
a. What are perceived lasting effects and plans for the continuity of the program?
Culture software of the Mind (Hofstede, 2005)
Transformational leadership (Bass, 1985)
Merriam, 2001; Creswell, 2007
Percent trainee participants by country of origin
Improved farming methods
References confidence and self-efficacy
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Evaluation of the Effectiveness confidence and self-efficacy of an Initiative to Develop Leadership Skills among Women in Africa: A Case Study
Jane Wakahiu, Lsosf, Ph. D.
African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC) &
Sisters Leadership Development Initiative (SLDI)