The modern world is experiencing a severe shortage of genuine leaders. Decades of relativism, secularism, materialism, individualism and collectivism have spawned several generations of small, self-centred people in the making. The consequence is widespread pusillanimity, injustice, hatred, incessant warfare, and existential boredom. Traditional traits required from a leader are no longer being celebrated.
The supreme measure of leadership is achieving personal greatness by bringing out the greatness in others. Leadership is about the practice of human virtues – above all, magnanimity (greatness) and humility (service) – amid the professional and personal circumstances of daily life.
Virtue is a dynamic force that allows the leader to do what people expect of him. If the virtues of prudence (practical wisdom), courage, self-control and justice, constitute the foundations of leadership, magnanimity and humility constitute its essence. Temperament is not an obstacle to leadership, whereas lack of character most definitely is.
This program is designed to transform personal behaviour through instilling the traits necessary to be real and sustainable leaders that run ethical organisations, keep their employees, and in consequence impact their families and society in a positive way.
Leaders are not born, they are made and leadership is a way of being, which can be lived by anyone no matter his or her place in society or in any given organization. Statistics show that organisations driven by people, both employees and leaders, of character outperform their competitors. This program will not only enable people to build virtues important for improving their organizational environment, but also in mitigating their costs.
The cost of the program will be Ksh 95,000 and this will cover all learning materials, meals and certificate upon successful completion of the program. NITA Number: IT/042
Dates: July 2017