Training

 

LEADERSHIP

The approach to leadership adopted by PLDI starts from the belief that ―leadership does not be-long to a small group of charismatic individuals, but rather that everyone has the capacity to be a leader in his or her own way.

The program fosters a collaborative model of leadership—also known as a shared, collective or distributive model—which is grounded in shared values of individuals, the diverse actions of leaders, and their capacity to collectively act upon a shared vision.

COMMUNITY

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DIVERSITY

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RESILIENCE

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CORE LEADERSHIP SKILLS

Core Leadership Training seeks to answer the question: “Who am I as a Leader?” This first very important module can now be taken in person or online.

The three main goals of the training are:

  1. To identify personal values and philosophy;
  2. To develop leadership skills and practices;
  3. To gain community knowledge and awareness.

Curriculum objectives for the training are for participants to have the opportunity:

  • To understand the principles of leadership
  • To realize individual leadership potential
  • To participate in building a network of leaders within the PLHIV community
  • To realize the potential and strengths that each individual brings to the network
  • To learn about and practice leadership skills in a safe environment
  • To inspire others to become leaders
  • To encourage participants to take on facilitator and mentoring roles within the community

 

COMMUNICATION SKILLS

This training is only open to graduates of the Core Leadership Training.

The Communications Skills Training explores the following topics through presentations, group work and discussions:

  • Principles of leadership
  • Structured Feedback
  • Active Listening
  • Dealing with Difficult Situations & Distracting Behaviors
  • Triggers Activators and anchors
  • Facilitation Skills
  • Presentation Skills/Public Speaking
  • Practicum – Participants are given the opportunity to develop and deliver a short presentation

GOVERNANCE SKILLS

Formally known as Bored? Get on Board!, Governance is another module that requires that applicants have completed the Core Leadership Training.

This professional development training is on board governance and includes topics such as:

  • The voluntary sector in Canada
  • Board accountability and responsibilities
  • Board governance models
  • Effective Meetings
  • Financial management
  • Understanding committee structures and purpose
  • Understanding potential conflicts of interest

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