Dr. Diana Nasike enrolled for the DAI Masters Degree in Organizational Leadership (MAOL) course in Uganda in 2014. This is her story:
“Choosing to do MAOL instead of a surgical residency was a bizarre decision according to most people but it is one of the best (and hardest) decisions I made. This course has helped me develop so much, not just as a leader, but as a person. Through units like Leadership, Conflict Resolution, and Ethics, I learned to look at the people I lead through God’s eyes and not through my own. I have learned to appreciate that we are all different and be cool with that. I have learned that being a perfectionist is no way to be an effective leader. I have learned to celebrate diversity and see the beauty in imperfection”
Diana is pictured centre – the lady in black and white.