This award gives you the title of Honorary Doctorate Degree in the field of Leadership and Strategic Management. This is an image title, as it establishes you as a symbol of high status and recognition of your achievements in your years of service.

The event is to honour African Leaders in Africa & Asia who have excelled and distinguished themselves in their chosen fields for them to be acknowledged, recognized, and celebrated worldwide.

The primary candidate pool for this award are individual business leaders within the private sector (CEOs, Senior-Level Managers and Business Owners), however, this recognition could also be awarded to public service executives.

The nomination comes from the general public and is screened by the Board of M-Gibes College of Business & Management, UK in partnership with MG Business Solutions and the Council of the awarding Institution.

Criteria for Nomination

To be considered eligible for the award, the nominee must meet the following criteria:

  • Be above 40 years of age
  • Inspires and enables others through a spirit of collaboration, trust, human dignity and recognition of individual contributions.
  • Models the way by creating standards of excellence and setting an example for others to follow.
  • Embodies fair and transparent decision-making, while taking calculated risks, and being accountable for their actions and decision.
  • Demonstrates excellence in service delivery through tangible outcomes.
  • Demonstrates outstanding dedication in their work while maintaining a high level of commitment to public-service values and ethics (respect for others, integrity, professionalism).
  • Is an inspirational model for employees.

Awards Benefit

  • Honorary Doctorate Certificate from the awarding institution.
  • A 5-Minute interview session to share your achievements which will be broadcasted worldwide via our partner media platforms.
  • Leadership Seminar to be delivered by our international faculty.
  • Networking opportunity with top business leaders like you.

FAQs

Honorary Doctorate is a degree given by a college or university to someone who is not a student but who has done something important.

An honorary degree acknowledges someone who a university committee deems worth honouring, by offering them a special (albeit mostly symbolic) position, in the university community. A degree that is awarded honoris causa (because Latin boosts snootiness) has never conferred the right to use the degree.

An honorary degree may be awarded to an outstanding individual who satisfies one or more of the following criteria: Eminence, in the course of a career, in some field of scholarship, in public service, or in an artistic, literary, governmental, religious, financial, or other endeavours.

Both the recipient and honoring institution can reap benefits from an honorary degree being awarded. For instance, the individual being honored can use the title list it on her résumé and curriculum vitae, while the institution enjoys the benefit of associating itself with a notable person.

By convention, recipients of honorary doctorates do not use the title ``Dr`` in general correspondence, although in formal correspondence from the university issuing the honorary degree it is normal to address the recipient by the title.

Yes, it is fully legal through out the world. It can be even apostilled as any regular degree (Attested by a notary public appointed by an government).

An honorary doctorate can bring recognition to its holder in the public sphere, and is an asset in finding a job in the recipient's field. However, most honorary degree recipients already enjoy enough public recognition that the degree merely emphasizes the qualifications they already have.

Outside the academic setting, the appropriate language is ``honorary degree`` or ``honorary doctorate.`` It is recommended that in a curriculum vitae or resume the honorary degree be listed under “honors and awards” and not under “education.”

Universities have the power to confer honorary degrees for which proposals have to be approved by their academic and executive councils before final approval is granted by Chancellors and Visitors.

A PhD is an academic degree focused on original research, data analysis, and the evaluation of theory. A professional doctorate focuses on applying research to practical problems, formulating solutions to complex issues, and designing effective professional practices within your field.

The person receiving the title of ``honorary doctorate`` can use the abbreviation ``Dr. hc``. If you already have an academic doctorate degree, you can use the abbreviation ``Dr.

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