Africa’s transformation hinges on the emergence of ethical leaders well-equipped to lead across public and private sectors. Employers are equally demanding graduates with ethical leadership skills to lead their institutions. How are African higher education institutions developing essential ethical leadership skills in students, crucial for future leadership roles and the transformation of the continent?
This speaker session will delve into the contribution of faculty and staff in cultivating an ethical culture among students. Participants will gain valuable insights into initiating meaningful ethical discussions using practical strategies and real-world instances. It will highlight the importance of ongoing ethics training for faculty and staff across West, East, and Southern Africa, with examples from ongoing programs at Kepler University, Ashesi University, and Riara University.
Target Audience: Institutional Executives, Faculty, and members of The Education Collaborative Network.
Target Audience: Institutional Executives, Faculty, and Members of The Education Collaborative Network.
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