The African Leadership Excellence Academy and the South Korean Embassy in Ethiopia recently engaged in a discussion on leadership development programs and explored opportunities for strategic cooperation.
Mr. Zadig Abraha, the Chief of AFLEX, has implemented significant reforms within the academy.
During his presentation on scaling up and transformation, he emphasized the academy’s objective of becoming a center of excellence for Ethiopia and Africa.
To achieve this goal, Mr. Zadig has designed four general and thirty-seven specialized leadership development programs, which he aims to implement within a three-year timeframe.
He called upon the diplomatic community to collaborate with the international community to empower Ethiopians and Africans through leadership development programs.
In response, the Consul General of the South Korean Embassy in Ethiopia, Jo Sung Wook, commended AFLEX for reaching out to the diplomatic community and seeking their support in designing and implementing eight leadership development program frameworks.
The Consul General expressed appreciation for the academy’s efforts and acknowledged the potential for collaboration.
He mentioned engaging experts and intellectuals who could contribute to the idea production center, expressing interest in working together on program formulation and design.
Additionally, they expressed a desire for further discussions about participating in infrastructure projects.
The Consul General and his team also visited the academy to gain a deeper understanding of its operations and explore potential areas of cooperation.