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Engaging New Leadership Voices

Date of Publication: Tuesday, November 27, 2001
Learning Circles: Evaluation Learning Circle
Abstract: Leaders make change. The kind of change that leaders make depends on who is at the table when priorities are set and decisions are made that have an impact on the social and economic well-being of individuals and communities. Too often decisions are made that have a profound impact on people’s lives without including them in the decision-making process. The Kellogg Foundation is committed to changing this outcome by investing in the development of new leaders. The Kellogg Foundation’s Leadership Cross-Cutting Theme Steering Committee partnered with Development Guild/DDI, a consulting firm in Brookline, Massachusetts, to design a research project to learn how foundation initiatives and grantees are supporting the emergence of new leadership that is capable of leading change that will have a positive impact on communities. The choice to focus this project on emerging new leadership voices came about as a result of several observations. Download the full report below.
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