Providence World serves alongside other organizations working with orphaned and vulnerable children (OVC) by training their teams in the areas of leadership development, organizational growth, and collaborative best-practices. We utilize our leadership experience coupled with our many years stewarding the La Providencia best practice, family-based community of care model in Honduras to equip and empower these organizations to move from good, to better, to best. Our program is designed to help teams effectively address challenges and achieve their mission objectives through principles of enhanced communications and values-based leadership. This results in their transformed ability to provide excellence-driven, comprehensive care to the children, families and communities they exist to serve.
We are fully committed to equipping other organizations serving children and families by training teams to address challenges and achieve their organizational visions. Our focus is around the development a comprehensive equipping curriculum that centers leadership and organizational development around the DISC Model of Human Behavior and time-tested Values-Based Leadership principles.
In response to COVID-19, we worked with 21st Century Leadership Skills to develop a step-by-step training manual that helps teams develop a plan to best lead through and beyond the crisis. We’ve supplemented the manual with complementary coaching sessions to help leaders and their teams identify their most impactful services and best prepare, execute, and monitor those services to ensure their most urgent requirements are being met. Visit our Leading Through Crisis training page for more information.
Our training prepares individuals to lead, regardless of their position within the organization. This servant leadership approach is uniquely designed to equip teams with the skills necessary to add value to the children, families, and communities they serve while also contributing to the collective and collaborative effort to achieve a world without orphans.