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The Leaders Guild

Ethical Transformational Leadership

Conference in session at Tangaza University Hall

Ethical leaders help themselves and others to do the right things. They set direction, build an inspiring vision, and create something new. The main core value of leadership is about mapping out where you need to go to “win” as a team, an individual, or an organization; and it is dynamic, exciting, and inspiring

Empowering ethical leaders who contribute greatly to the positive development of young people and their communities, is of good value to the nation. Helping young people develop leadership competencies makes them better able to solve community problems and enhances their community participation in transformation.

The dream of any nation, is when young leaders demonstrate higher career aspirations, increased self-esteem, and improved high school completion rates ready to serve their nation for the betterment of its people. We believe that young people help to re-energize adults and counteract negative stereotypes of youth when they are successfully engaged in leadership within their different communities.

Unethical decisions often result from faulty rationalization and external pressures. This ethical conference was geared towards allowing students and youths to understand the dangers of faulty rationalization and better prepare them to handle external pressures in their own careers and the community they are serving

Expose youths to opposing viewpoints enables them to realize the ethical values are influenced by the culture and upbringing of each individual. For many youths, universities and college is the first opportunity to venture from home and experience opposing views. Ethical discussions not only expose youths to contrasting ethical opinions, they also provide an opportunity to understand the reasons behind the differences. As a result, youths are able to expand their understanding of ethics, sometimes even altering their own values and ethical decision-making process.

Youth leaders driving ethical value in bringing transformation conference, allowed youths to develop a critical thinking approach as an individual what is their role in reshaping the nation. The conference approach which TLG exemplified for youths what first-rate reasoning about ethics actually looks like. Youths who attended the conference who are such first-rate reasoning in the individual engagement in their life, actually stand a better chance of being able to engage in solid ethical reasoning in changing their perception.

All the speakers who were in the Youth Conference stated that leadership is an integral part of any individual or organization’s success. It is hence an important quality an individual possesses to ensure the community’s objectives are achieved. Various aspects of a youth’s life require the knowledge and quality of ethical leadership. A youth’s role is very important in society in relation to any success or failure of the nation.  In the wake of the increasing demand for high ethical leadership skills that supports the individual team members to develop whilst achieving the core values has been identified to be key. The dream is to see youth leaders tending to ensure the entire nation achieves its outlined objectives and also ensure that individual goals are also met.

Ethical values for the youths

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Sr Margaret

Sr. Margaret belongs to the Daughters of the Sacred Heart (DSH).

She is a co-founder of the Leaders Guild Alumni Association on December 8th 2013 and is currently serving as the Program Coordinator.

She has eight years’ experience of working as a Parish Pastoral Coordinator, six years as the vocations directress, six years as a local superior, and three years as a formator in her congregation DSH.

She holds a Diploma in Catechetics and Pastoral Ministry from the Institute of Catechetics and Pastoral Ministry at Chemi Chemi ya Uzima Nairobi Kenya. She has a Bachelor of Arts with a focus on Leadership and Management from DePaul University, SNL Chicago USA in which she received the Student Excellence Award. Has a Master of Arts in Social Ministry from the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA), and has trained as a Certified Organizational Effectiveness Coach at Coach Development Institute of Africa (CDI).