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The Centre for Transformational Leadership (CTL Africa) has launched the 2019 edition of Live2Lead simulcast which will be live at the auditorium of the College of Physicians and Surgeons in Accra.
This year’s theme is ‘Developing Leaders for Today and Tomorrow’ and the event is slated for October 10 from 12:30 pm to 5:30 pm.
As always, there will be a special VIP business networking and dinner session with Joy News’ Nana Ansah Kwao IV on October 10, at the Alisa Hotel at 6 pm. This session is open only to VIP participants.
CTL Africa is set by Samuel Ayim to help train Ghanaians and Africas to equip people with leadership skills to better the societies they live in.
The Centre teaches leadership lessons from world-renowned leadership experts through various methods such as workshops, masterminds, coaching, etc.
At this year Live2Lead meeting the various lessons to be presented by renowned leadership experts will underscore how to develop leaders for effectiveness and great results.
John C. Maxwell will teach practical ways that leaders can seek out and develop those around them in order to maximize the returns on the investment in their people.
Drawing from over 15 years’ experience as a top management executive, Angela Ahrendts will share some of the critical lessons she has learned in developing leaders while leading at the top of various sectors of the international economy.
Based on his experience both on and off the field as well as in the financial world, Chris Hogan will discuss how creating a culture of teamwork can lead to a financially healthy and stable workplace to develop leaders.
Speaker, author and CEO Rachel Hollis will challenge, motivate and inspire you with practical advice and tools to help leaders see their potential and that of those around them.
Markus Buckingham will create a custom business session, focusing on the notion that the strength and cohesiveness of your team are more essential to success than the culture of your company.
Nana Ansah Kwao IV will use his experience as a transformational and influential chief of Adumasa to demonstrate how anyone can lead from anywhere, particularly, how traditional leaders can use their positions to help build leaders to lead the nation.
He will share life story as a traditional leader to demonstrate how each one of us can lead from everywhere we find ourselves and draw lessons for other leaders to create an enabling environment for others to thrive and lead.
This year, as with previous year Gold Fields Ghana is the headline sponsor.
The mining company believes in CTL Africa’s vision of developing leaders for the continent and since last year has partnered with them to make the event a success.
Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com | Abubakar IbrahimDate: 12-09-2019 Time: 02:09:04:pm
The Centre for Transformational Leadership in Africa (CTL Africa) taken another giant step by scheming to organise a worldwide leadership simulcast event dubbed: “Live2Lead 2018”.
This year’s event has been themed: “Live2Lead is the SHIFT – addressing the shifts that leaders need to embrace in order to be successful and make the necessary impact”.
Speaking at the launching ceremony in Accra, the Chief Executive Officer Centre for Transformational Leadership in Africa (CTL Africa) Mr Samuel K Ayim, explained that the Live2Lead was designed to deliver the very best leadership content to inspire and motivate leaders and their teams, and also help them connect with other influencers in the community.
This he said, the event will also aid them to expand their business network with relationships that produce tangible results. “Live2Lead 2018 is being simulcast in more than 300 locations across over 30 countries,” he added.
For more than 10 years Live2Lead has been the summit of international thought leadership event and has developed and equipped thousands of leaders across the world to lead better and to add more value to their teams.
Live2Lead 2018 will be addressed by world-renowned and distinguished personalities including Carly Fiorina, Debra Searle, Daniel Pink, Tyler Perry, John Maxwell and our own Uncle Ebo Whyte.
This year, we have a special bonus for our VIP participants. They will have a night with Uncle Ebo Whyte
Mr Samuel K Ayim averred that upon all the natural and human resources the country has been endowed with Ghana still lags behind.
“How do we explain the endemic poverty among the majority of our people while a few ‘create, loot and share’ the state coffers as if they are without a conscience.
How do we explain treating our sick and vulnerable on bare concrete floors while our leaders fly abroad for medical treatment?
How do we explain pregnant women being carried on a chair to cross flooded rivers to the nearest (or shall I say the farthest) medical centre and thereby losing their babies, just because we cannot construct simple bridges to facilitate transportation?
Meanwhile, huge sums of money are squandered on ghost and uncompleted projects. How do we explain the inaction and seeming complicity of state institutions and regulators while so-called professionals bankers and their patrons and cronies drive our whole financial system into a ditch necessitating a near 12 billion Ghana Cedis bailout by the sweat of our poor farmers and ‘kayayos’?
How can we explain so-called men of God giving lotto numbers and magically conjuring cash while thousands of unsuspecting congregants, in their desperation and ignorance, flock to the so-called prophets as bees to honey,” he lamented.
This he said, Uncle Ebo Whyte will seize the opportunity to talk about his own life and the shifts he has had to make to be where he is.
And also draw lessons for other leaders and the shifts all and sundry needs to make to move from their current level of despair to where they are supposed to be.
“We need a drastic shift. We need a change, not only in mindset but also in ‘heart set’. Intellectually, we all know we are on the wrong path,” Mr Ayim stressed.
According to him, Ghana as a country needs to agree, adopt and inculcate values at all levels of national life that will help transform our nation for the better.
“We need a shift from the poverty mentality which for me is the cause of the greed and corruption that has so far characterize all levels of leadership, even in our churches,” he stated.
Registration starts at 11:30 am. The event will begin at 12:30 am and conclude at 5:30 pm on October 12. There will be a special Dinner and Talk session for VIP participants only on October 11, 2018, at the Swiss Spirit (Alisa) Hotel at 5.30 pm.
About CTL Africa
Only if we focus on our lives and develop our God-given talents can we positively impact the world and make it a better place for all.
There is the need to value every individual’s life and to holistically develop it to bring the best out of them because every life is precious and has something special to offer the world. There is a need to bridge the gap between the knowledge offered by our educational institutions and the skills necessary for success in the real world.
There is a need for leaders who add value to people and make a difference in the lives of their followers. This is what CTL Africa set up for. This is what we stand for.
Source: Isaac Kofi Dzokpo/newsghana.com.gh
The Centre for Transformational Leadership in Africa (CTL Africa) has urged a redefinition of leadership on the continent to bring about the needed development.
CEO of CTL, Samuel Ayim said there are issues with leadership in Ghana and other African countries because of definitions associated with the word.
In a statement issued Tuesday, he said Africans will be able to get more from their leaders if there is a redefinition of the concept of leadership.
CEO of CTL, Samuel Ayim
“There is an urgent need for a redefinition of the concept of leadership in Africa and to inculcate same into the national values of African states through a new curriculum of education from the basic level through to all higher levels of the educational system,” he said.
Accra August 29, 2017
URGENT NEED TO REDEFINE LEADERSHIP FOR NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
A Speech by Mr Samuel Ayim, CEO, Centre for Transformational Leadership in Africa (CTL Africa )
There is an urgent need for a redefinition of the concept of leadership in Africa and to inculcate same into the national values of African states through a new curriculum of education from the basic level through to all higher levels of the educational system.
In every discussion on the development (or rather the underdevelopment) of Africa, the issue of leadership is fingered. It has almost become a cliché to cite countries like Malaysia, Singapore, and even Rwanda, as examples of where leadership has made a difference as against African countries who are still struggling under poor leadership, with its attendant avoidable economic and social tragedies.
So if leadership is recognized as the problem, for so long, why are we not able to fix it with all the intellectual and financial resources at our disposal? The answer is that the problem is deeper than merely fingering leadership. The problem lies in the very definition we put on leadership. The concept of leadership as a position, a higher position, from where all solutions should emanate, and that we should all strive to attain that position before we can make any meaningful contribution is a flawed one.
The concept of leadership as a position that should bring to the occupant the maximum personal benefit is a flawed one.
As John Maxwell (renowned leadership expert) has written and taught for years, the true meaning of leadership is influence and the highest purpose of leadership is to add value to others. True leaders do not serve their own personal interest. True leaders make a difference in their societies and in the lives of their people. True leaders aim to change the circumstance of their communities for the better. We need a new concept of leadership that says each and every one of us can lead. In other words, each of us can influence change from where we are. We do not have to wait until we are appointed or elected to a position before we start leading.
This is the concept of leadership that we should begin to adopt and inculcate as part of our national culture and attitude. We should begin to introduce this concept into our educational system from the basic level. The people who today occupy the positions of President, Minister, Chief Executive Officer etc, did not fall from the moon. They are from the society and they carry with them the national definition and attitudes of leadership. As long as all of us, as a people have a flawed concept of leadership, we can change governments a million time, but we will have the same disappointing results.
I agree with the view that the difference between poor and rich nations is not the age of the nation, nor the availability of natural or even human resources. The difference is the attitude of the people, moulded for many years by education, moral responsibility and culture.
It would be observed that the conduct of the majority of people from the rich and developed countries reveal basic principles of ethical behaviour, integrity, responsibility, respect for Laws and Order, respect by the majority of citizens towards others, the love of work and productivity, a positive attitude toward savings and investment, and punctuality.
Leadership is influence; therefore whether you are father, mother, family head, supervisor or chief executive of an organization, a driver or the president; you must set high ethical values for yourself and those you are leading and be strategically focused to succeed in your area of influence. As a leader, you need a strong character, appropriate training and skills to lead effectively.
This new concept of leadership is what Live2Lead is all about; an annual leadership program which CTL Africa in partnership with the John Maxell Company is bringing to Ghana on October 6, 2017, at the College of physicians and surgeons centre, Accra. This will be held annually to help inculcate this new concept of leadership in our people.
The event will feature four renowned world-class speakers and leaders to address a different aspect of this concept of leadership to equip participants to lead and create change with renewed passion and drive.
We are by this opportunity inviting people in all levels of leadership positions and those aspiring to leadership to come and participate in this life-changing leadership event. To participate in the Live2Lead conference kindly visit www.live2lead.ctl-africa.com.
About CTL Africa: The Centre for Transformational Leadership in Africa (CTL Africa) aims to bridge the gap between traditional education and real-life by providing knowledge, programs, and facilities necessary for successful living but which are not taught in schools. This includes leadership principles in all aspects of life such as self-sacrifice, disciplined living, identifying life purpose by committing to resolving problems of the world (self-leadership); business leadership (entrepreneurship), political leadership among others.
Contact: 0540708433 or 0246325758
Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com |Date: 30-08-2017 Time: 04:08:42:pm