Hope And Grace: Leadership
“A genuine leader is not a searcher for consensus but a molder of consensus.”
Martin Luther King Jr.
Leadership is not always about the best infrastructure, funding and degrees. Leadership is about finding solutions that work—engaging people to become their own agents of change. In justice work there is a need to show patience, persistence and humility in addressing difficult issues. Developing a framework of collaboration and facilitation is imperative to create social change.
We think these qualities are worth the effort to bring hope and healing to children. Change is hard, but our motivation is to see children at the forefront of our future and within that is a desire to see lasting change. Hope is built upon this consensus. When engaged with a vision for bringing hope and healing to broken children, there is great potential for change.