ELP Weekly Webinar


Three months training on the UN Sustainable Development Goals aimed at helping emerging African leaders understand the importance of these goals. The training evaluates efforts towards meeting these goals. Emerging leaders share insights on how the goals can be met and initiate community development projects to help facilitate the realization of these goals. 

Three months training on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights aimed at helping future African leaders understand the importance of human rights and why they should be respected. Training identified occasions and possible occasions of Human Rights violation in Africa. Emerging leaders brainstormed on ways to uphold Human Rights across Africa.

Three months training on the articles of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria aimed at helping future Nigerian leaders understand the supreme law of the land. Emerging leaders analyzed each article for relevance and whether or not the they are enforced and enforceable. They are also proffered solutions on how to facilitate respect for the rule of law in Nigeria

Three months training on Spencer’s “Who moved my Cheese” aimed at  helping future leaders understand how to cause positive change.The training emphasized on the need for change agents to let go of what we know is hard, but essential for growth and improvement. The quicker we let go of old things, the sooner we can learn new skills and create a better future for Africa

Three months training on how emerging leaders can become true leaders. True leadership has very little to do with title, salary or the corner office. Instead, a true leader is one who captures the hearts, minds and actions of his or her followers. Leadership, according to John Maxwell, is about who you become, not what you’re given or proclaimed to be.

Three months training on how to be successful in any field. Training emphasized thorough understanding of a particular field by practicing diligently and learning continuously. It criticized nepotism as a huge obstacle to excellence while challenging future leaders to uphold standards at all times and never undercut the standard for any reason whatsoever. 

Three months training on the history of Nigeria. Training provided excellent overview of the main political events of Nigeria’s first hundred years, concentrating on politics at the centre, on the machinations of colonial officials and subsequently of indigenous politicians and military generals trying to establish control of the nation.

Three months training on how future leaders can build the capacities, competencies and character to become successful leaders. This training taught future leaders how to accomplish career goals, how to create, manage, save and grow money and how to get involved in civic activities. It also taught them how to become ethical and inspirational leaders. 

Three months training on the art of leadership aimed at helping future leaders understand that leadership isn’t a mysterious art practiced only by few people. It is the daily response of every man and woman who wishes to make a positive difference in the world, and make it a little bit better place as a result of their efforts.

Three months training aimed at helping future leaders develop personal effectiveness and grow healthy relationship with other people necessary for effective leadership. Future leaders were trained on how to change a  given situation by first changing themselves through radical perception change.

Three months training aimed at encouraging future leaders to become owners of businesses as businesses drive economic growth. Training emphasized that future African leaders committed to common good Africans must promote entrepreneurship and support small businesses.