The lecture is usually highly thought-provoking and insightful. The objective is to critically identify and examine threats to our democracy, corporate existence and their implications in nation building with a view to proffering solutions and recommending same to those who make policies that affect all of us thereby promoting sustainable development strategies that ensure strong and healthy nationhood.Few Topics of the Leadership Lectures and the Lecturers for 2005- 2012:
The prestigious Role Model Award is a special HONOR for a select few who have distinguished themselves by demonstrating exemplary leadership, both in public and private life: enduring family legacy character, honesty, professional/vocational competence and compassion characteristic of a Role Model to leadership of Nigeria and pledges to continue to work for the growth and development of Nigeria and the up-liftment of humanity. Please note that the AWARD is based purely on merit while SUPPORT toward the successful hosting of the event is very much encouraged.
While the prestigious Excellence in Leadership Award aims to reward outstanding performance in public office by public office holders who have demonstrated outstanding commitment to policies and projects that are geared toward public benefit. Our objective here is to encourage good governance, responsible leadership, selflessness and competence thereby engendering sustainable democracy and sustainable development in Nigeria. Please not that the AWARD is based purely on merit.
As the saying goes before the discovery of corn, the chicken had a diet; this is particularly true of African continent in general and Nigeria in particular. No matter how much civilized we have become, it can not replace basic values that make us humans; values like integrity, accountability, dignity, mutual and self respect, etc, have bound us together through the ages.
However, with civilization, we have come to a critical stage in our national history where every form of decorum and reticence have been thrown out of the window, a stage where leaders see their people as slaves or at best, second-class citizens, a stage where citizens no longer respect the laws of the land, a stage where lawmakers have become lawbreakers, a stage where young people are comfortable with money gotten at all cost. This is really a place of shame.
By research, however, we have come to find out that if the head is faulty, there is little the body can achieve. In John Maxwell words everything rests and falls on leadership. This is our reason for putting together a TV program that will help us as a people to evaluate the quality if leadership in our society and to be able to identify the good leaders who are worthy of emulation for showcasing.