Photo: UN Volunteer Luc Joseph Baradandikanya (right), gynecologist, visits some patients with his team of midwives in the maternity ward at the Provincial Hospital of Mao in the Kanem province, Chad. He's the first gynaecologist in the history of the hospital.
© UNICEF CHAD/2019/Palazzo
As a manager and supervisor, you play a critical role in your UN Volunteers’ success during their assignment. To lead effectively, you will need to use adaptive leadership and respond to unique personalities, lead through change and coaching, motivate each personality and empower independent thinking, learning and action. Support and guide your UN Volunteers from the start and they will deliver the results you seek.
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