The Pointman Leadership Institute (PLI), a professional training organization based in the U.S., is returning to Liberia next month to conduct a series of what it calls “Principles Based Leadership and Ethics in Management Seminars”. The seminars are aimed at promoting peace, good governance, democracy and ethics in leadership, anti-corruption and civic mindedness for leaders at every level of the society.
Through its implementing partner, Restoration of Educational Advancement Programs (REAP), PLI has reaffirmed its commitment to collaborate with the Government of Liberia in fighting corruption. Featured topics of the seminars include: “Inspirational Trustworthy Leadership – The Power of Character” and “Responsible Leadership and Ethics – Preventing corruption”.
The training according to REAP will take place on December 7 and 8, 10 and 11, 2015, at the William R. Tolbert Youth Enlightenment and Empowerment Center, Bentol City, Montserrado County.
“This national initiative is being sponsored by the REAP and the PLI. The series of seminars will target over 250 participants from several sectors of the society,” REAP said in a release.
Agencies benefiting from PLI interventions include government ministries, banking institutions, autonomous agencies and others.
REAP underscores that these series of principle based leadership seminars remain crucial elements in the successful implementation of the tenets of good governance and the Sustainable Development Goals.
The training is a continuation of REAP’s effort in partnering with the government toward advancing good governance, democracy, human resource capacity development and poverty reduction.
Additionally, Pointman Alumni will be holding a reception for the Pointman on December 9.