History and African leadership
Posted Tue, 23 Aug 2005
Learnings from history
“African leaders always understood that they had a moral, political and economic responsibility to serve their people in a more ethical, accountable and transparent manner throughout history.” – Wafula Okomu
African Leadership Values
Trends and Titans
“There is still an emerging trend of African leaders who instead of serving their people, they have looted and plundered state/organisation coffers with impunity and in utter disregard and contempt of the peoples' needs.”
Do we develop enough leaders in the country?
African leaders who are defined as; leaders who are of African descent who have been selected, appointed, elected or otherwise chosen, to lead organisations or businesses, in advancing programs created for African people eg BEE and Affirmative Action.
What are the qualities of a true leader
Qualities one should seek are:
Views on Transformation
“Managers who drive transformation in South African institutions and organisations often do not understand that transformation is a business imperative."
Black Economic Empowerment (BEE)
How has the BEE movement changed the demands of leadership in the South African context?
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