The Sundoulos Advanced Leadership Training (SALT) Institute, a private university accredited to(by) the Ghana Tertiary Education Commission has today conferred on Professor Enoch Opoku Antwi of the Viterbo University, Wisconsin, USA, the title of a goodwill ambassador on leadership and diplomacy. The author of the book, Servant Leaders: the Greatest Amongst us from theory to practice: this is why gained the attention of the institute from his sterling evidence of academic excellence in the area of servant leadership globally. Being the first black person to have written in that area, management of the institute found his laurels worthy of reward.
Conferring the honours on Professor Enoch Opoku Antwi at a colourful ceremony at the institutes’ Achimota campus , Dr. Fatima Alabo, Rector of the Institute had the ensuing to say;
On behalf of the management of the SALT Institute, we welcome you to our campus located in Achimota in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. As you may be aware, the SALT institute is a private tertiary institution accredited by the Ghana Tertiary Education Commission to run master, bachelor, and specialized courses of varied nature.
The institute has since its establishment rolled out the Master of Arts in Leadership and Management, Master of Arts in International Relations and Diplomacy, Bachelor Of Arts In Transformational Leadership, Bachelor Of Arts In International Relations, and Programmes such as the Postgraduate Certificate in Transformational Leadership, Post-Graduate Certificate in International Relations, and Post-Graduate Certificate in Transformational Leadership. Permit me to add that, we also have the Joseph Business School which specializes in Equipping Entrepreneurs For Transformation.
Our dear Professor Enoch, your visit to us this day is a testament that, the work we have been involved in, in the areas of Leadership and Diplomacy is attracting global attention. That your outfit has decided to visit us amidst all the other tertiary institutions in Ghana makes us a proud institution today.
As a global icon in leadership, we are proud to be associated with your brand, and at this juncture, will want to announce you our global goodwill Ambassador for Leadership and Diplomacy.
Once again, we welcome you to the SALT Institute.
Responding to the honours, Professor Enoch Adjei thanked the management of the institute and pledged his commitment to the role. He added that being the first black to have written on servant leadership should serve as an exemplar for Africans to adopt servant leadership as the new trend of transforming the continent. He further donated his books for the enhancement of servant leadership to the institute.
In a closing remarks, Mr Michael Armah, the registrar of the institute urged potential students to take advantage of the admissions window since forms are available for admissions into the institutes master and bachelor programmes.