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Title   Apem Moa Solomon Islands Leadership 

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Author   SANGA & WALKER  ISBN   9780475122261  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   He Parekereke  Group   New Zealand View shopping cart
Binding   Paperback Category   Pacific  Terms and conditions
Edition   1/2005 Type   Go back
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Synopsis Drs Kabini Sanga and Keith Walker have written a primer for ordinary people with hearts for leadership, to enhance the possibility of making readers ethically competent leaders. The book offers readers explanations and ideas, reflective of Melanesian contextual nuances, to expand their competencies and leads them to ask questions that beg explanations and responses for their personal leadership and to the leadership of those whom they influence.
Written for normal Solomon Islanders who may or may not hold positions of responsibility in churches, government, industry, organisations, schools, or village communities, this small book is intended to fill an urgent need in a strife torn society. Irrespective of one's level of responsibility or years or experience, the book has something significant for all readers. The text seeks to apem moa (raise the bar) of Solomon Islands leadership by promoting ethics in daily decision-making and relationships.

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