Horizons of African Crisis Leadership
The continental/global perspective revealed the struggle between the lasting effects of prolonged barbarism and the slow movement toward a more humane civilization. The national perspective exposed how the movement from barbarism to humane civilization passed through distrust, skepticism, inaction, autocratic control and finally resolved into community engagement. The view from the frontlines uncovered the antithesis of the cautious crises response of the previous perspectives. Individuals and organizations accepted the EVD reality and developed solutions to engage quickly communities and individuals. Recognizing the presence of two responses systems provides an essential key to describing how Africans lead in crisis.
Two Streams: African Crisis Leadership Disclosed
The journey across the hermeneutic arc pursued two questions: How do Africans lead in times of crisis? Does African crisis leadership reflect the principles of the African Renaissance? The path leads to these answers.