By Agnes Kiconco
KIU, MAIN CAMPUS - Kampala International University alongside Institute for National Transformation (INT) are set to hold a leadership training program for young leaders. The training program will run from 12th September - 15th September at the University premises in Kansanga, Kampala.
At a small fee of UGX20,000, participants will attain a range of vital skills that are essential to develop leaders with the mindset to transform their organizations, communities and nations.
The INT Young Leaders program is both an internal and an external process leading to;
✓ the ability to analyze one's own strengths and weaknesses, set personal and vocational goals, and have the self-esteem to carry them out as a transformational leader.
✓ the ability of an individual to guide or direct others on a course of action, influence their opinion and behavior,
✓ the ability to develop responsibility towards nation building and transformation of their sphere of influence.
After the training, online mentorship will be offered to students who display a high level of engagement and potential.
The Institute for National Transformation (INT) was formed in Nigeria in November 2005 and registered as a non-profit company in November 2007.
Her mandate is to develop leaders with the mindset to transform their organisations, communities and the nation. Since then INT has trained over 500 adult marketplace leaders both in the public and private sector who have become change agents in their spheres of influence and therefore transforming the nation.
Alumni include the Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) Executive Director- Allen Kagina, His Lordship Justice Mike Chibita, Executive Director KCCA- Dorothy Kisaka, the Minister of Science, Innovation and Technology Honorable Monica Musenero and the Board Chairman Heart Institute Dr. James Magara, to name a few.
Registration forms can be picked up from the KIU Main Reception building and the Fees must be paid in the Finance office.