- The State of Africa (A History of the Continent Since Independence) – Martin Meredith
- Church Shift – Sunday Adelaja
- The Problem Tree Tool for Projects
- Good to Great_Why Some Companies Make The Leap and Others Don’t – Jim Collins
- From Third World to First World_The Singapore Story 1965-2000 – Lee Kwan Yew
- You Lazy Intellectual African Scum
- Seven mountain Prophesy – Jonny Enlow
- The Uganda Constitution 1995
- How to write a book cririque and speed reading
- Lecture 1 – Course Orientation and Introduction to INT
- Lecture 2 – Sixty Years of Independence
- Lecture 4 – Dreams from Nations Founding Fathers
- Lecture 5 – The Hunter and The Farmer Leadership Paradigms and their Implications
- Lecture 6 – The Elite and National Transformation
The flagship program of the Institute for National Transformation is the “OAK SEED” Executive Leadership Program (INT-OAKSEED). The prospective participants of INT-OAKSEED will learn to operate with a global vision, develop skills and character sets that will have far reaching implications for their careers and the organizations and/or communities which they will lead. These “OAK SEED” leaders will be authentic, skilled and bold in taking initiatives and responsibilities.
The Academic Content:
The Oak Seed Executive Leadership Course, is a six (6) month, 30 lecture course with two face to face days per month during weekends. The academic content is designed to inculcate four key principles in the participants: Responsibility, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence. The academic content is grouped into six (6) modules which are:
Module 1: Making a Case for Paradigm shift
Module 2: Creating an Enabling Environment
Module 3: Becoming a Transformational Leader
Module 4: Developing Soft Skills
Module 5: Infrastructural Systems
Module 6: Project Reports and Presentations
The academic content is designed to challenge participants to think about the major challenges we face as a continent and the potential solutions within their sphere of influence. The facilitation approach is highly interactive. An integral part of the course is to promote learning through interaction between participants and facilitators. Our discussion–based teaching is designed to stimulate new and innovative ways of thinking and to enable participants to make decisions that produce results. Movies are also used to enhance the learning experience.
Each participant will be helped to develop a project to capture their direct application of knowledge gained towards their life aspirations. The Oak Seed Executive Leadership Course offers participants the opportunity to be inspired, to learn and to develop networks which will form a springboard for a productive career.
Course Assessment Methods:
The progress of the participants is assessed using:
- Time keeping and attendance records
- Written book critiques of required reading materials
- Take home assignments
- The development and presentation of individual and group projects
Who should attend?
Middle to senior management leaders from both the private and public sector that have passion for the transformation of Africa will benefit from attending this course.
Values based, “No Excuse” leadership of Responsibility, Integrity, compassion and excellence from both the private and public sectors throughout Africa that is proffering bold and progressive initiatives; instead of dictatorship and control and leaving a legendary impact in the Continent instead of failure and excuses.
The course ends with a graduation banquet during which Certificates of Completion are awarded to participants.
- Introducing Projects The Problem Tree 2021
- Lecture 8 – The Singapore Story From 1965 – 2000 (140821)
- Lecture 9 – The Good to Great Framework
- Lecture 10 – Packaging Of Burdens As Vehicles For National Transformation
- Lecture 7 – God’s Quality Management System
- Lecture,12 – The Role of Justice and Rule of Law in National Development
- Lecture 15 – Leadership Positioning – Understanding the Leadership Funnel of Success
- Project proposals , Problem and Logframe
- Lecture 16 – Mentorship and National Transformation
- Lecture 14 – The Role of the Family in Nation Building
- Lecture 13 – Transactional versus Transformational Leaders
- Lecture 17 – The Hedgehog Concept_Understanding in National Development
- Lecture 18 – The Role of God’s value system in Building a Peaceful Community
- Risk Management and Budgeting
- Lecture 20 – Delegation and People Involvement
- Lecture 23 – Facing Brutal Facts and the Stockdale Paradox
- Lecture 24 – Social Media for Social Impact
- Lecture 22 – Lobbying and Advocacy
- Lecture 19 – Leadership Styles and People Skills
- Lecture 21 – Leadership and Conflict Management