Here is a GI Statement that reflects my GI course.
Reflection and Discussion
**List three core parts of a GI Statement for yourself?
** How do learning, virtue, and duty (as mentioned above) relate to your work in member care and/or GI?
We discuss core issues in member care for personal and professional growth and to promote good practice.
This weblog is maintained by Member Care Associates, Inc. ©2006-2018, Kelly/Michèle O’Donnell
We work with international colleagues on strategic projects that support humanitarian, mission ,and development workers and their organisations.
We post core materials that reflect some of the current cutting edges of good practice in the member care field. The materials are intentionally chosen to help us think broadly, look into our own hearts, explore member care in light of current world events, and consider additional ways to ethically provide resources to the international humanitarian and mission sectors.
We seek to integrate the educational values of knowledge, virtue, and duty (eruditio, probitas, and officium) in all that we do.
The materials on this weblog are chosen to encourage us as learners-practitioners who are committed to cross cultures, disciplines, and sectors for mutual learning and good practice.
Other MCA web resources:
Managing Life's Meta-4s (wellbeing, CHOPS)