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LEAP Africa

Established in 2002, Leadership, Effectiveness, Accountability and Professionalism (LEAP) Africa, a nonprofit organisation committed to developing dynamic, innovative and principled African leaders, has dedicated its efforts to working with visionary youth, business owners and social entrepreneurs. Over the years, LEAP has inspired and equipped its beneficiaries to lead ethically and implement positive change projects that transform their communities and organisations, thereby sustaining livelihood and contributing to national development. LEAP also conducts extensive research, which serves as a basis for its innovative curriculum and publications. It has published eight books on ethics, governance, leadership, talent management and succession planning. Through the support of funders and partners, LEAP has worked in twenty-six states across Nigeria and in the Federal Capital Territory. To date, it has reached over thirty thousand individuals through its core programmes and over 250,000 individuals through its local and international speaking engagements.

Books by LEAP Africa

attract, motivate and retain top talent

Entrepreneur often speak of the immense challenges they face in hiring and maintaining a qualified and ambitious staff. This publication features leading strategies and tools for identifying and developing a highly skilled staff that will bring a business to the next level of success.

corporate culture

A critical factor in the success of any winning company is a strong and positive organisational culture. It provides companies with a unique personality and firmly sets them apart. However, the power of a strong corporate culture has not been fully recognised nor utilised by the many SMEs struggling to differentiate themselves in the marketplace. This publication seeks to address this by introducing business owners and managers of enterprise to the concept of corporate culture and its relevance as a tool for building a high-performance organisation.

critical strategies for building a sustainable organization

Business sustainability highly depends on the processes and operations put in place to manage innovation and changes in the business environment. This publication highlights the importance of establishing and implementing strong systems and structures to enable businesses to function efficiently and survive generations.

defying the odds

Defying the Odds: Case Studies of Nigerian Companies that have Survived Generations is the first of its kind in Nigeria. This book profiles seven remarkable organisations, tracing their business histories, spanning 1923 till 2005, and highlighting the fundamental prerequisites for effective succession and business sustainability. From nonprofit organisations to publicly traded institutions, from triumph to tragedy, these case studies highlight the fundamental prerequisites for effective succession and business sustainability in the Nigerian context.

essential steps for creating an ethical organisation

Corruption is cited as a major impediment to the growth of businesses in Nigeria. Companies often lose significant business opportunity as a result of corruption risks. Despite the knowledge of the negative effects of corruption, little attention is paid to building an ethical culture within organisations our environment. Therefore, this publication explores the definition of success in ethical business, different forms of unethical behaviour in an organisation and structures that can be established to guard against unethical behaviour.

how to get a job

This book is a must read and a very useful practical guide to all those graduates seeking paid employment. The book is clearly and simply written, with well researched applicable practical sources to investigate and step-by-step tips on how to mine the sources for information. Anyone reading this book will tremendously improve their chances of securing paid employment, and indeed in an industry and job role of their choice. A must read for all those seeking employment and for those who may want to change jobs or industry. – Ms. Isioma Ogodazi, Head Human Resources Stanbic IBTC Nigeria

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