DAI’s Culture, Ethnicity & Diversity course helps to build understanding and cooperation across cultural boundaries. Michael, a 2017 DAI Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership (MAOL) graduate shares “The MAOL has been very good for my life because it has really broadened my worldview of leadership.”
Michael Gowon, an MAOL (Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership) student in Nigeria, shares how DAI’s courses have taught him to be a servant leader rather than a boss, whether in the office or in church.
DAI’s MA in Organisation Leadership (MAOL) course on Strategic Management energised Daniel him and gave him the tools to build a road map for accomplishing his goal “to set a foundation solid enough to start a movement of change and transformation by the time I am 40 years old (2020).”
DAI Marketplace Ministry Coordinator, Yawng Ku, shares why the team in Myanmar is focused on equipping young professionals with much-needed leadership training and spiritual mentoring.
HOW DAI IS MAKING AN IMPACT
DAI focuses on two niches of a leader’s development – their spiritual growth and effectiveness at managing people, money and organizations. DAI offers leaders a variety of courses and degree programs, organizational consulting for churches and non-profits, and mentoring to support leaders’ growth through intentional relationships. As these leaders grow and change, they often pass on what they have learned to others, dramatically multiplying the impact.
WHERE WE WORK
DAI works with leaders in over 70 countries, focusing on those places with the least access to the services DAI provides. We have divided these countries into nine regions to better address and support their unique needs.