Habit 4: ‘Think Win-Win’

Project: Talent Development 6th April 2018

“By using the Think Win-Win Habit, I have developed stronger working relationships, highly benefiting our projects. […] Through the Leadership for Humanitarians training I have realised it is not the tools you have to do the work but the way you use the tools that matter. The behaviours and habits taught, which include having a listening ear and being open to correction, hold the key to successfully leading humanitarian projects.” says Caleb Odhiambo from Kenya in this case study.

As part of the Talent Development project, the Leadership for Humanitarians training programme is aimed at strengthening the capacity of national humanitarian staff in Kenya, Bangladesh and Jordan. The programme is intended for senior level humanitarians who want to become change masters within their organisation: build essential team and self-leadership skills, foster effective relationships with partners, improve stakeholder trust, and set, measure and deliver on meaningful programme and performance goals.


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