All articles in 'Leadership'


Newton David Kambala: The Making of a C.E.O.

I will dwell on a reality story of Newton David Kambala. This man, born and mostly educated in the r...

17th July 2018
Julius Malema Eulogizes Winnie Mandela

Long live the defiant spirit of Winnie Mandela!

17th April 2018
The Judiciary and Its Contribution to Ghana After...

The Judiciary has arguably, been the bedrock of Ghana’s constitutional and political development.

27th February 2018
Nourishing Human Ethos Through Sobukwe’s Testimony

A brief study of history can teach the ANC government that it can’t distort and falsify history and...

27th February 2018
Ethiopia: How to Avert Ethnic Violence

Is the TPLF willing to take the country down with them, thinking they could simply secede from the c...

6th February 2018
How to Accurately Predict and Plan For Your Future...

The future you don’t see, you can never seize.

14th November 2017
Four Keys to Maximize Your Meetings

Meetings can be efficient and effective. The problem is many of them aren't as productive as they sh...

26th September 2017
Africa’s Future: The Leadership Imperative

People have to start asking the right questions. Politicians, leaders, policymakers in normal democr...

29th August 2017
Nigeria: Fruits of Synergy Between the Legislature...

In Africa and the developing World the angst and cynicism of the populace is worse.

1st August 2017
Africa: Nurturing Transformational Leaders

Developing a sane and transformational national leadership necessitates deliberately correcting our...

10th May 2017
Challenges of Power Transfer in Africa

I must confess that I am not an academic, so my lecture may fall far short of the expectations of an...

8th March 2017
Leadership in the Digital Age: It Isn’t About Cont...

With technology, economic and political change unfolding at such a rapid pace, today’s leaders opera...

15th February 2017
The Future of Europe

We need to re-legitimize the EU by showing that it is effective and that the European level is the r...

19th January 2017
Performance Reviews

The question isn’t whether to get rid of performance reviews, but how to make them better

19th January 2017
The ANC Should Transform Into An Institution Of Le...

The idea of freedom from apartheid and colonialism would be incomplete unless it was or is instituti...

15th April 2016
Police Impunity in Zambia and Remedies II

The police enjoy impunity everywhere. The reason is that they are the defenders of the status quo

2nd May 2016
South Sudan: Challenges of Crafting a Post-war For...

Before December 2013, South Sudan had a cohesive Foreign Policy with the president as chief of forei...

10th May 2016
South Sudan: A Young Nation’s Painful Experiment...

Having gained our independence and the freedom we so yearned for, we expected our leaders to continu...

23rd May 2016
The 6th IREN Eastern Africa Thought Leaders Forum

The Inter Region Economic Network (IREN) initiated The Eastern Africa Thought Leader Forum in August...

31st May 2016
Zambia: Rule of Law or Rule of Liars?

This August 2016 elections, first, the people of Zambia should not give the politicians a chance to...

21st June 2016
South Sudan: A Country Being Destroyed By Its Lead...

The world’s youngest country has been squeezed and juggled to its core by problems created or allowe...

25th July 2016
The President Who Will Change Zambia

Zambia requires a revolution of a sort. It needs a president who is first and foremost courageous to...

28th March 2016
Ten Caring Leadership Principles

I don’t mind being called by my first name. What I mind is being labeled an ineffective, non-caring...

14th March 2016
Africa Must Rethink Governance

In the previous 20 years, it shrank by nearly 10 per cent. Over the next decade, Africa’s GDP is exp...

14th March 2016
Thoughts on Leadership Part IV

On leadership v. rulership “There are differences between leadership and rulership. Her...

23rd February 2016
Thoughts on Leadership III

Every leader has a project; every project is based on policy; every policy requires priority; and ev...

15th February 2016
Thoughts on Leadership - Part II

50% of the time a leader must be THINKING (of ideas, ways, styles, systems and people to envision an...

8th February 2016
Thoughts on Leadership

The more people need a leader, the far away the leader is from being a true leader, and the far away...

1st February 2016
Leadership in Africa: What Role for Intellectuals?

A lot of what we do is inaccessible to an ordinary person and so, there is a divide.

4th September 2016
The Role of Intellectual Dissidence in Redefining...

Can African intellectual dissidents develop an African philosophy, ideology and spirituality that wi...

15th September 2016
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