In Future Leaders we know that leadership is something you learn by doing.
Future Leaders Global Harare is relatively new in the face of Africa, particularly in Harare, Zimbabwe bringing a new and bold approach to leadership development that calls for the celebration of an empathetic response to leadership, placing the individual learning journey center-stage.
What makes the Future Leaders leadership journey different from most other leadership development programs is how it is experiential in its form as well as the emphasis placed on process. It is true that we are leadership academia nerds, and our curriculum is based on experts in the field, gathering the best of international and local expertise on self- and relational leadership development. However, in as much as we are passionate about the content of the curriculum we deliver to our participants, the delivery is just as important, if not even more important.
At Future Leaders we are not inviting you to sit in a conference room and cram fancy quotes from historic leadership personalities. We are inviting you to take part in a highly practical, participatory, challenging and experiential learning journey. Which, from a participant's point of view, means hard work.
Program Application Process
Application opens: 09 October 2019 Closing: 23 November 2019
Format: Written questionnaire Applications can be submitted in either English or native language.
Confirmation: 25 November 2019
Video interviews: 27 November 2019 Closing: 30 Novemeber 2019
Format: Video case Those who are through to part 3 will be informed on date below
Confirmation:01 December 2019
Interviews: 04 December 2019 Closing: 04 December 2019
Confirmation: 07 December 2019
Make sure you can commit to joining all gatherings before you applying
Program Fee:180USD (Interbank rate)
Advanced Leadership Program
1st Gathering: 25 - 26 January
2nd Gathering: 22 - 23 February
Flagship Leadership Program
1st Gathering 8 - 9 February 2019 2nd Gathering: 29 -1 March 2019 3rd Gathering: 21 - 22 March 2019 4th Gatheing: 4 - 5 April 2019 5th Gathering: 9 - 10 May 2019 6th Gathering: 6 - 7 June 2019
The Harare Team
Luwiza is competent in aspects of peace and governance, gender and youth activism. She has hands-on experience in working with students and young people from various tertiary institutions in Zimbabwe, Zambia and Norway. She has proven ability to use results based management reporting skills and problem-solving skills to establish effective monitoring and evaluation and peaceful coexistence. She is a lady who is positive results driven who believes in team work and has good communication skills with the zeal to learn and advance peace, good governance and leadership skills. She is currently studying for a Masters in Business Administration with the Midlands State University in Zimbabwe. Luwiza enjoys talking and laughing.
Mduduzi Magadlela is a professional skills personnel in digital marketing and graphic design. He is deeply passionate about creating positive change in the world which has led him to be part of the Future Leaders Movement. He believes we all have something unique to offer to the world. We cannot do it alone but we can be instruments of influence.
He lives by the quote "A smooth sea never made a skilled sailor"
Sheryl Tendai Chigwedere
Sherly is a young lady. Born and raised in Zimbabwe. She has vast experience in volunteering with different organisations.She has worked for more than 5 years with experience in youth and women programming. She prides in being a,
Feminist Activist , Social and Economic Justice Ambassador and a Future Leaders Harare Pioneer
Tadiwa is a young man who recently joined FLG Harare, working as the intern. He is a flexible young men always willing to learn. Able to take responsibility. Tadiwa is a student at the Midlands State University (MSU) studying towards a bachelor in Development studies. Tadiwa enjoys working with young people.
Emilie is the FLG Harare, Contributor, and Advisor.
Young and energetic young lady. Risk-taker and open-minded person. She enjoys nature and believes in the power of Future Leaders. Emilie enjoys meditation and believes in the power of mindfulness in a chaotic world.
Join the Future Leaders Community in Harare
You are not alone. Around the world there is people, organisations, leaders, and companies doing the best to get things done before point of no return; 2030. The Future Leaders community is for those who understand that the only way to solve the challenges ahead of us is through collaboration.