Who is behind the Inclusive Leadership Project?
Three organisations from Poland, Germany and Austria together developed the online tool for inclusive leadership with a quick check tool, a handbook with information about the theoretical background and a handbook for trainers. Under the project leadership of the School for Leaders Foundation (FSL), all partners contributed equally to the success of the project.
Further information about the partners is given below:
The School for Leaders Foundation
The School for Leaders is an institution that cares for quality of public life in Poland and Polish Diaspora. Our mission is to support the development of civil society through training and support of leaders who perform their activities within the public sphere in NGOs, local government institutions and political parties.
The Foundation is a place for meeting and dialogue. The participants of our programs are the people of different political and social backgrounds. Confrontation with different views is one of fundamental tools that we are using in order to build, on the one hand, a culture of discussion based on respect and awareness of one’s own value system and its identity on the other. Foundation’s programs are a strong development experience, for many Graduates they become a turning point in their careers in public life. The School of Leaders equips with tools to change and exert influence, deepens self-awareness and creates opportunities for further development.
EU-Fundraising Association e.V.
The EU-Fundraising Association e.V. (EUFA) is a European oriented organisation that actively promotes European exchange. Registered as a non-profit organisation in 2010, the association is a fast growing network of more than 100 individuals and organisations.
One of the EUFA’s main concerns is European integration and the strengthening of European citizenship. Through its work, the EUFA seeks to encourage individuals and organisations to think and work in European terms. The EUFA, therefore, actively supports the professionalisation of European cooperation between stakeholders.
To this end, the EUFA helps to develop common quality standards for EU occupational activities. Amongst others, the EUFA is a certifying authority for seminars in the field of EU funding and EU projects and is co-author and initiator of the “Code of Ethics” for EU project management, developed together with 8 European partners from 8 countries.
The EUFA also conducts its own European projects and participates in European consortia
alp – activating leadership potential
alp is a European network of professionals who are passionate about leadership and learning. alp members combine academic and practitioner backgrounds and experiences in the field of education, personal and organisational development from all over the world. alp brings together different perspectives and approaches in order to contribute to leadership development.
The members have a proven track record of experiences in the field of supporting adults in discovering their inner potential and leadership skills. alp contributes to the social and formal recognition of competences acquired through non-formal and informal learning for leadership development. Together they pool resources and expertise for the mutual benefit of its members and their communities.
alp members work in international contexts, sharing new research in the latest leadership models and theories building on the individual strengths and supporting relationship based approaches.