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African Leadership Development Programme

NQF 6

Application link: http://bit.ly/shortcourses2018

The FVZS African Leadership Development Programme focuses on developing young
African leaders for a more democratic, free-thinking & sustainable continent.
Additionally the course attentions the context of African leadership and help
participants to better understand the continent and the role that they play in the
future of Africa.

Core Course Themes:
• The African Identity
• Africa Leadership
• Transforming the Africa continent

After completion of this course participants will understand
 African Identity
 Leadership styles in the context of Africa
 What does it mean to be African?
 Beyond post-colonial Africa
 Role-models in Africa – lessons to be learned
 Democracy on the African continent
 Multicultural contexts and harnessing the power of diversity
 Africa’s uniqueness in the regional and global – What does African Philosophy bring to business,
management and leadership)
 What role does and can Africa play in a global context
 Strengthening Change agency in Africa
 The role of young Africans in developing the continent

Programme Structure
Part 1: African Identity
 African Identity in the 21st century
 A post-Colonial African Society
 African Society, Community & Values
 A Multicultural continent
 Africa’s uniqueness in the regional and global – What does African Philosophy bring
to business, management and leadership)
Part 2: Leadership in Africa
 What does leadership mean in an African context?
 Leadership in different regions of the continent
 The role of gender in African Leadership
 Ethical Leadership
 Democracy & Active Citizenship on the African continent
Part 3: Transforming Africa
 What does the future hold for Africa?
 Africa in a globalised world
 Change Agency in Africa
 The role of emerging leaders

 

General Information

Cost: R625
Closing date for applications: 22 July 2018
Starting date: 6 August 2018
Sessions:
Course Coordinator: Lillian Notayi, fvzsaldp@sun.ac.za