Centre for Organization Leadership and Development (COLD) through the Organization Leadership & Development Network (OLDN) recognizes members, individuals and organizations involved in advancing the science, theory, practice and values of Organization Development, Leadership and Governance. The awards are aligned to the OLDN Membership segments’ activities and international forums. OLDN follows careful and professional award nomination criteria with a total of not more than five awards annually. In view of our focus on OD related deliverables, particularly transformational impact and influence, OLDN is not obliged to announce awards every year. The OLDN Continuous Personal and Professional Development (CPPD) and Member Impact-Influence Reflections (MI-IR) further guides the award procedures.
Dr. Dotun Moses Jegede is the Director of Dee Bee Consulting in Nigeria. He joined the Centre for Organization Leadership and Development (COLD) on the 12th of December 2019 as Editorial Board Member. From day 1 of joining the Editorial Board, Dr. Dotun demonstrated a sense of ownership and commitment that has propelled not only the OLDQ publication but the establishment of the Organization Leadership and Development Network (OLDN) and the evolution of COLD and its affiliates as international professional institutions. Dr. Dotun has been the face of COLD, OLDQ, OLDN, and OLDN members across his social media platforms and on his personal national, regional, and international conversations. In demonstration of ownership and commitment, Dr. Dotun voluntarily assumed various roles including liaising with all members, not in pursuit of any personal interests, but advocating for the embracement of the COLD and OLDN mission.
Dr. Dotun was the first presenter on the OLDN Membership Conversations and has participated directly or indirectly on all OLDN conversations and activities to date. Dr. Dotun is not only an Editorial Board Member, but oversees the OLDQ Editorial Board Performance, Chairs the OLDN International Directors meetings until 30 July 2021, is the International Director of OLDN-Nigeria, and the Vice President of OLDN. In Dr. Dotun, we see leadership based on purpose, we see valuing collaboration, and we see humanitarianism.
Dr. Dotun Moses Jegede, in recognition of your exceptional, selfless efforts in driving the growth of the Organization Leadership and Development Network (OLDN), I Maureen Omeibe welcome you as the First OLDN Hall of Fame Awardee and present the 2020 OLDN Service Excellence Award.
Mr. Walter Nyakanyanga is the Bursar Dudley Hall School and serve as Financial Director of MWG Mining Syndicate. He was the first student to enroll for the Certified Organization Leadership and Development Consultant in June 2018 and was certified on 31 July 2019. He joined the OLDQ Editorial Board on 1 December 2019 and contributed in two Issues covering Financial Management as an OD intervention in schools and most recently Entrepreneurship Leadership. On the 23rd of May 2020, Mr. Walter assumed the role of Chair, OLDN Memberships and has been instrumental in creating the membership database and participating in OLDN conversations. Mr. Walter is an advocate of embracing spirituality and religious tolerance in OLDN activities and conversations. Mr. Walter engages in most membership discussions, participates in membership conversations, and makes use of his social platforms to advocate for the OLDN mission. As OLDN Membership Chair, Mr. Walter is an observer in all OLDN Chapters.
Mr. Walter Nyakanyanga, in recognition of your exceptional, selfless efforts in driving the growth of the Organization Leadership and Development Network (OLDN), I Justine Chinoperekweyi welcome you as the Second OLDN Hall of Fame Awardee and present the 2020 OLDN Service Excellence Award.