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Values - Leadership - Change

Messages from Ceifin

ISBN13: 9781847305718

ISBN10: 1847305717

Publisher: Veritas ( 30 October 2014)

Extent: 166 pages

Binding: Paperback

Size: 21.5 x 138 x 1.5 cm

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  • From 1998 to 2009, over eighty papers were presented at the annual Céifin conferences, focusing on key social issues facing Ireland. Values – Leadership – Change: Messages from Céifin is a collection of the ideas presented during these twelve annual conferences.


    Grouped into four themes, the lessons focus on the twin values of our inner identity and collective potential, drawing from both Christian and humanist traditions. They recommend that we integrate these values into the mainstream of public policies: promoting social capital of networks and reciprocity; resourcing people to realise their potential with authenticity; and providing a framework of power and leadership based on equity, quality and vision in a global world.

  • Harry Bohan

    Fr Harry Bohan has been a priest in the diocese of Killaloe for over fifty years. A qualified sociologist, he is a pioneer in the areas of rural housing and community development. He established the Céifin Centre in 1998, a think tank for values-led change. One of Ireland’s leading social commentators, he has written substantially about Christianity, spirituality and economic development. A hurling enthusiast, he is also former manager of the Clare hurling team.

    Brian Callanan

    Brian Callanan is a retired planning officer with Shannon Development. He undertook extensive planning exercises in the use of European structural funds in the Mid-West of Ireland in the 1980s and led Ireland’s first regional innovation strategy in the 1990s. He also gave expert support to development programmes in new EU member states in eastern Europe and was project manager of several European co-operation projects in regional development.

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