Monday June 1, 2020

Leadership on the front lines with IMI and Goal

When bombs are dropping or people are starving, effective management is more important than ever – and our partnership is making a real difference where it counts

30th December, 2018
Nebras Haj Hamden, a field coordinator for Goal in Syria: ‘You achieve results with and through people’

Looming deadlines, troubles with suppliers, staff engagement issues – these are the typical challenges leaders face every day.

Bombs dropping from the air is not, for most, a reality they must deal with alongside the routine paperwork. But for Nebras Haj Hamden, a field coordinator for Goal in Syria, the sound of planes overhead is the way his day often begins.

“My day starts with the roar of the air force over my town –...

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