Reformers Arise: Calling Out a People of Dignity to Influence and Action

Reformers Arise: Calling Out a People of Dignity to Influence and Action

by Alero Ayida-Otobo

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Overview

This book is a cry from the heart to see the emergence of a new kind of people - The Reformers. They are ‘young’ (in age and at heart), they are full of creative energy and passion. They are tired of the status quo, tired of the state of their nations. They are like you – they want to see change and are willing to pay the price to be the instigator of that change.
The dream is to raise an army of social reformers bound by four key qualities. This book is a manual for developing, refining and releasing them. Through valuable information and real life stories and experiences this masterfully crafted book strikes at the core of the issues and defines the true reformer and the process of personal development necessary to become one. It is about changing the songs of pain and sadness that can still be heard on the continent of Africa. It is about singing new ones – songs of hope and victory.
It is time to raise a dignified, undaunted army of social reformers. Would you like to join this army?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781784521103
Publisher: Panoma Press Limited
Publication date: 06/22/2017
Pages: 160
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.34(d)

About the Author

Alero Ayida-Otobo describes herself as a Transformation Strategist with invaluable understanding of sector-wide reforms in Africa. She is passionate about reforming educational and health systems and transforming individuals and institutions.

A graduate of Oxford University, Bartlett School of Architecture and Town Planning, University of London and the London Business School, Alero’s purpose is to “create wealth in Africa through the development of Human Potential”. She is currently CEO, Incubator Africa, a development agency operating on the African continent that mobilises and equips Africans to collaborate and actively participate in strategic reform activities. She has worked in different sectors in Nigeria, Ghana and Liberia and delivered papers at conferences in Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Foreword
Preface
Introduction: Let the Reformers Arise
1 Reformers – A Certain Kind of People
2 The Reformer’s Mindset
3 Reformers Deal with Root Causes and Provide Solutions to Deep-Seated Issues
4 A Good Character is Non-Negotiable
5 You Have to Be Good at It!
6 It is About Influence
7 Reformers Do Not Work Solo – They Collaborate
8 Building a New Community of Reformers
About the Author
About Incubator Africa
References
Testimonials

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