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Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings

Former First Lady receiving an award from GSGL

His Excellency John Dramani Mahama - President of the Republic of Ghana (middle), Tinibu - Former Governor Lagos State (right), and Bishop Gideon Titi Ofei at the African Servant Leadership Awards hosted by GSGL

Randy Abbey, Public Figure
Alumnus
Executive Graduate Ceremony
Conferral Ceremony
Empowering Women
Developing Global Thinkers
Hon. Dzifa Ativor, Minister for Transport 
Alumnus
Philip Sowah, Former MD of Airtel
Receiving an Award from GSGL
Executive Audience, Executive Ambiance, Executive Education
Hon. Alijata Sulemana Gbentie, Member of Parliament 
Alumnus

MESSAGE From The President


10 years ago, when I realised that most working executives in Ghana do not have access to quality, affordable short-term training programmes, I decided to set up the African Centre for Leadership and Human Resource Development (AFRILEAD) which I later renamed Pan-African Institute of Governance and Leadership Studies.

Within a short time the Institute grew to become one of Ghana’s employer respected Institutions and leading executive education providers, training thousands of people from all walks of life from top corporate executives to high profile political leaders.

3 years ago I noticed that Ghana’s universities have neglected the educational needs of Adult learners who are seeking adult accelerated learning opportunities so I decided to create the Graduate School of Governance and Leadership (GSGL) to perform the dual role of meeting the short-term training needs of working executives and the educational needs of Adult learners.

GSGL’s mission of moulding a new breed of leaders educated to global standards who can lead change and drive innovation has been acknowledged by the President of Ghana who stated in a speech at the African Servant Leadership Awards (ASLA) hosted by GSGL that: “Africa needs a new breed of leaders who will appreciate and understand the dictates of Global Politics and International Diplomacy so as to deal effectively with war, crime, poverty, hunger and disease…that is why there is a need for our tertiary Institutions to introduce leadership training as a course work in their academic programmes… I must say that Graduate School of Governance & Leadership is pioneering this”.

It is heart warming to note that our efforts at developing leaders to lead change, drive innovation, and solve complex business problems, have been acknowledged by no less a person than the president of the republic of Ghana.

I invite you to talk to us about your educational needs and our hard working staff would assist you in making the right choice for your future. Thank you.

Best regards,
Bishop Gideon Titi-Ofei
Founding President & CEO

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