Forge Leadership Conference 2018 - Harare Zimbabwe
“Forging New Leadership Pathways: A thought Provoking and Authentic Leadership Dialogue”
Zimbabwe, a nation that has been fueled with uncertainty, complexity and instability. A nation that has experienced social, political and economic challenges. Some of the questions we ask are: What kind of leadership, skills and strategies do we require to create a more conducive environment in Zimbabwe? What has limited our leadership beliefs? Why are we here? How can we reframe and create new paths of leadership?
Join the dialogue at the Forge Leadership Conference 2018, August 23 and 24, where we are hosting a diverse group of speakers with international, regional and local exposure.
At this conference, speakers will take the audience through a leadership journey that starts with an internal focus and moves on to the external strategic affairs of leadership in business, churches, or in any other organization. Great leaders are in touch with whom they are at the core of their being, and that is manifested through how they lead, manage, and engage with the outer world. In order to navigate this layered leadership model, leaders need to learn skills and techniques that set them apart in a turbulent and evolving economy.
The purpose of the conference is multi-dimensional. The first objective is to facilitate a discussion that challenges our mindset and reframe our thinking regarding leadership. The leadership and mindset that created the current environment in Zimbabwe cannot be the same that takes the country to the next level of social, political and economic success. We have to rethink, shift the paradigm, set new standards and ways of doing. First, it is imperative to establish how we move away from the self-serving leadership mentality.
The second objective is to encourage and inspire individuals to look inward and develop the leader within. We have to start looking at how we as individuals can become the leaders we want to see in Zimbabwe. This change in leadership should start at an individual level – allowing ourselves to take simple steps towards assessing our motives, taking responsibility, being accountability and taking ownership. We can no longer (only) look at and wait for organizational, political, and spiritual leaders to usher the change we need. It is our full responsibility to develop the leader in each one of us and forge effective ways to lead ourselves, our homes and communities. Let leadership start with YOU and ME.
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