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Leadership Exercises: Jesuit Paradigms for Cura Universalis
Stain Glasses of the Life of St. Ignatius of Loyola representing three levels of care and conscious value leadership We Live in an Age with Old Legacies and New Challenges (More)
EDUCATION FOR PASTORAL ADMINISTRATION
Seminarians who study theology in the Catholic Church receive a good foundation in philosophical studies and pastoral work but receive little education on how to properly (More)
One Small Step for Nonprofits, One Giant Leap for the Sector!
THE MICHAEL O'NEILL AWARD AND FUTURE OF NONPROFIT LEADERSHIP EVENT
[caption id="attachment_841" align="aligncenter" width="1172"] The Michael O'Neill Award during the MNA 35th Anniversary Event, April 25, 2018   (More)
Meet the new Nonprofit Student Council Officers!
New Council Officers will help maintain institutional knowledge, better represent part-time students, and provide greater oversight and inclusion for all NSC affairs. SAN FRANCISCO – With its mission to, “provide a unified voice for students with (More)
Experiential-by-Design in Nonprofit Education
The University of San Francisco's L (More)
Nonprofit Student Council Appoints New Officer Positions
  New Council Officers will help maintain institutional knowledge, better represent part-time students, and provide greater oversight and inclusion for all NSC affairs. SAN FRANCISCO - With its mission to, “provide a unified voice for students (More)
Nonprofit Innovation for Sustainability
Ocean CleanUp Launching in San Francisco on Saturday September 8, 2018. Photo Credit: Dr. Marco Tav (More)
Power and Extroversion: The Lack of an Introvert’s Perspective
By Valerie Devoy Generally speaking, power is associated with extraversion; we imagine a bold and outspoken figure of authority towering above us, telling us what to (More)
Push for Diversity and Genderless Leadership in the Workplace
By Shweta L. Agarwal Oftentimes, leadership deb (More)
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