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managing resources attitudes

The single attitudes are summarised in different headlines that illustrate what “managing resources” means for youth workers attitude-wise. The “clusters” do not name attitudes as such; these can be found through clicking on the lists.

Personal development and learning are part of organising and managing resources. + -

Connected attitudes are:

  • readiness to be challenged with regard to leadership styles
  • readiness to share and to be open about one’s own intentions
  • awareness of one’s own competences and resources
  • readiness to continuously learn about, e.g., financial management
  • readiness to work on becoming an “inspirational leader”
It is helpful to look at possible impacts and interact with participants and others in certain ways during a project. + -

Corresponding attitudes are:

  • readiness to think of the long-term impact of the project on participants, the community, resources and the environment
  • readiness to use digital tools to sustain the project’s impact where appropriate
  • to be genuinely interested in young people’s well-being

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