The DIE Series: Dream, Inspire, Enable

Series Description
Great leaders inspire us, creating passion and belief through exciting shared dreams and causes about which they have strong convictions (Carvey, 2016). Many individuals in leadership struggle to articulate their vision, dream or future. As a result, there is a perpetual lack of inspiration both for self and others and a deficit of energy/power to get things done. Ralph Lauren once said: “A leader has the vision and conviction that a dream can be achieved. He/she inspires the power and energy to get it done”. A critical component of motivation is the human dream. In these series, participants will be challenged to engage in an explorative process of finding one’s dream, vision and purpose.

By the end of the course each participant should be able to articulate their dream and vision, ways in which they are inspired and hope to inspire others, and strategies for enabling greatness in self and others to achieve better results.

Each module will have short individual exercises including the initiation of a leadership diary, group discussion, introspective and reflective thinking, and the use of current leadership best practices to challenge status quo, as well personal profile evaluation and case studies. Power point presentations will be the major mode of lecture transmission.

Content Areas
Module I: Leadership Skill I: Finding, articulating, and sharing your dream
Module II: Leadership Skill II: Creating passion for your dream and inspiring others
Module III: Leadership Skill III: Enabling greatness in self and others


This course is online and takes 5 weeks


  • UGX 600,000/-
  • USD 170.00$


All professionals and Individuals interested in monitoring and evaluation skill.

Facilitator's Bio

Dr. Rose Clarke Nanyonga
Dr. Rose Clarke Nanyonga
A well-established healthcare leader, Dr. Rose Clarke Nanyonga, was appointed as CIU’s Vice Chancellor July 3rd 2017. From August 3rd 2015 to June 30th 2017, she served as both the Deputy Vice Chancellor and Acting Vice Chancellor. She also holds a Senior Faculty position at CIU, teaching Health Policy and Planning as well as Advanced Strategic Management (Graduate Level). Dr. Nanyonga received her undergraduate degree in Nursing from Arkansas Tech University (2002), where she was an all-American Scholar, Class Valedictorian, Student nurse of the Year and graduated Summa Cum Laude. She earned a Master of Science in Nursing from Baylor University (2005). She then went on to earn her Ph.D. in Nursing from Yale University, where she was a Jonas Scholar, and a Graduate Certificate of Concentration in Global Health from the Whitney and Betty McMillan Center for International Studies at Yale University in 2015.

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