By Kondanani Chilimunthaka
On Wednesday, 14th June, 2023, President Lazarus Chakwera opened a two-day Global Leadership Summit at Bingu International Convention Center in the Capital Lilongwe with optimism that the summit will be a great catalyst for building the leadership capacity of office bearers in the country.
President Chakwera who said many years after he attended one symposium organized by the Global Leadership Network, was delighted that the organization still exists, building the leadership capacity, expressed his optimism that the Summit will benefit the country, adding that the country need individuals who can deliver tangible outcomes in various positions.
“The results we are looking for is productivity that takes Malawi closer to becoming an inclusively wealthy and self-reliant middle-income economy, and what we need are individuals who have the leadership capacity to drive institutions towards the delivery of that with tangible results”. Said President Chakwera.
Further, Malawi leader thanked Unashamedly Ethical Group for the Leadership award given to him, saying it has motivated him more in his leadership to make sure Malawians get expected results, adding that he is so determined to lead the country towards the achievement of food security, job creation, and wealth creation.
However, President Chakwera said for this to be achieved, Malawi needs to build leaders who are not greed so that there is a foundation laid for strong institutions, delivering results that benefit the citizenry.
Global Leadership Network whose headquarters is in United States of America has been existence for over 25 years, operating in almost 120 world countries, and reaching at least 1 million people with leadership skills.