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For first-time users or those who want to follow our materials in sequence, we suggest the following order:
Note: Click on the TCL Logo on the top center of each page whenever you want to navigate back to the Home Page.
If you’re using the site on your desktop, you will find the Navigation Bar across the top third of the page.
The Introduction presents the theory and framework that underpins Transformational Change Leadership.
We present our Mission and our Methodology, as well as Foundational Statements, perspectives from different experts in the field for practitioner, community, donor, social enterprise, and academic audiences.
There are two ways to navigate the site to understand process of Transformational Change Leadership.
(a) You can click on the Characteristics tab and explore stories through the lens of the seven characteristics by clicking on individual characteristic links and explore the profile stories of leaders that personify the selected characteristic.
We present the context in which Transformational Change Leadership is catalyzed, in two ways:
(a) Click on the Movements tab to examine the issues, movements, and causes that leaders work in.
This section contemplates the future and evolution of Transformational Change Leadership (click the Moving Forward tab), and includes a brief profile of the Emerging Leaders in the world of development that are rising into transformation change leadership.
This page provides resources that can help you use this site for your own your work, including (a) Discussion and Activity Guide, (b) Glossary, (c) Comments or Contributions form.
Learn about who is behind this project, and visit this page to get news about the project.
Once you’ve reviewed the site, you can: