Leadership Development Curriculum

Centre de Recherche sur l’Anti-Corruption in partnership with Congo Leadership Initiative (CLI) will launch in coming months the Leadership Institute in several secondary schools in Uvira to train young Congolese leaders through an intensive leadership development curriculum, “The Leadership Institute”. The programme recruits talented Congolese youth from all fields of study and with different ambitions, and prepares them to become engines for change. The result is a cohort of skilled leaders who can spark real development.

How it  works?

  • Leadership Accelerator: The Leadership Accelerator is CLI’s original, flagship program. It is a concentrated, five-day leadership practicum. Young leaders are selected based on talent and leadership potential.
  • Leadership Workshop: The Leadership Workshop is a concentrated version of the Leadership
    Accelerator designed to take place over the course of two days. Young leaders are selected based on
    talent and leadership potential.
  • Leadership Institute: The Leadership Institute is a cutting edge, comprehensive curriculum that is groundbreaking in Congo. It launches with the Leadership Accelerator and continues with monthly meetings and life-long affiliation. Young leaders do not need to be selected to participate in the Leadership Institute and all youth are welcome.
Theory of Change

A training program for talented Congolese youth that promotes virtuous leadership and teaches creative problem solving skills will equip young people to become dynamic, progressive leaders for the future. The network that forms around this training program will transform the latent potential of a new Congolese generation into a force for change at a local and national scale.

Problem Why? Where? Inputs Activities Outputs Short-term
goals
Long-Term
goals
Leaders do not possess
high-level problem solving acumen.
The Congolese school system only teaches
rote memorization.
A precise, metrics driven leadership
development curriculum.
Activities that teach creative problem solving. A group of
youth prepared to solve the complex leadership
problems of the future.
Young leaders
advance personally
and in school.
Congolese leaders are unable and/or unwilling to improve the dire condition of their nation.

Congolese youth are not empowered to use their considerable talent to make positive change.

Young leaders mature and create a Congolese ethos that links ingenuity, selflessness and progress.
Development problems symptomatic of misguided and/or unethical leadership are solved one by one as a new class of leaders begins to strategically drive change.
Desperate conditions
promote selfishness
and disinterest in the greater good.
There is no
institutional
support for an
ethic of
selflessness.
Facilities and
trained
teachers to
conduct the
seminars.
Modules
that
promote
virtuous
leadership.
A contagious
attitude of
positive
leadership
values.
Young leaders pass on their learned skills and values to peers.
Youth are not empowered to take action in order to improve their communities. There are few programs in Congo that teach the specific skills
necessary to solve problems and lead change.
Talented Congolese youth. Lessons that link leadership training with tangible application. A cohort of
youth equipped to create immediate improvement
in their
communities.
Tangible
social impact
via community projects carried out
by young
leaders.
The connections
between promising
youth as well as youth organizations
are weak or nonexistent.
Few networks exist for young people to come together in order to solve community problems. Sense of shared pride
and fellowship
created by an inclusive
community.
Free time to
promote
social
bonds;
virtual
connections
with young
leaders
across
Congo.
A tight-knit
network of
friends across
Congo
connected by
shared
leadership
values.
An active
subculture of
positive
leadership is
created
among Congo’s youth.

Do you know that Analphabetism, Poverty and hunger are often the result of corruption?

The answer, we believe, lies with the children. “Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it” (Proverbs 22:6). Through our Integrity Building programme , we seek to equip them with good values at a stage when their character is formed can help reduce the likelihood of children growing up to become corrupt.
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