Discover, Develop & Deploy Leaders.


The biggest challenge in public leadership in Nigeria and Africa is to find value based leaders, leaders developed and trained for the service of the people, Leaders raised and built on the true principles of servant and transformational leadership, leaders with compassion, empathy, love, willing to sacrifice for the nation and total commitment to the visions of our founding father.

Leaders who aim above personal, regional, ethnic and religious sentiments to the common interests of the people. Our generation is fast losing the principles of people-oriented leadership. We are speedily taking the steps of our modern-day political leaders who are selfish, corrupt and divisive which resulted to regional, ethnic and religious sentiments Princeton Leadership Forum (PLF) has identified the inherent leadership gap in our public system as the major crisis bedeviling nascent democracy like Nigeria and most African countries and hence, the necessity for this leadership development platform for emerging leader in Nigeria and Africa.


One of the major mandates of Princeton Leadership Forum (PLF) is to Discover, Develop & Deploy trained/quality leaders who will become role models in public/private institutions. Our target is to strongly and strategically engage emerging leaders through leadership development training and capacity building across Nigeria and Africa.

OUR mission

To Discover, Develop and Deploy Leaders


To Be the Foremost Leadership Platform in Africa


• Accountability • Integrity • Consistency • Loyalty • Humility


The quality of any entity, mechanism, or system is a direct function of the quality of its operators; and the quality of the operators is determined by the ethical standards, values and principles practiced by the operators.

As every organization/nation is a reflection of the quality of its leadership; so every leadership is a reflection of the quality of ethical standards, values and principles assimilated by its leadership infrastructure.

Therefore, if a system is bad or organization/nation is grossly dysfunctional, the common sense solution is to examine or interrogate the ethical standards, values and principles upon which the leadership infrastructure is established.

Code of Conduct however, is/are the highest ethical standards, principles and values adopted, practiced and preserved that helps to guide our general conduct of life.

They are the same ethical standards, values and principles that should be upheld in the institutions of governments, religion, family, education, law, economy, businesses and organizations. They define the general conduct of life and existence.


  • COURAGE: The ability to take constructive action in the face of fear or danger. To stand firm as a person of character and do what is right, especially when it is unpopular or puts one at risk.
  •  HONOUR: Demonstrating good character and being trustworthy.
  • HUMILITY: A recognition that one’s ignorance is far greater than one’s knowledge. Putting others ahead of ourselves in thought, word, and deed. A willingness to give others credit and to admit when we are wrong.
  • INTEGRITY: To speak the truth, expose untruths, and keep one’s promises.

  • JUSTICE: Upholding of what is fair and right. Respecting the rights and dignity of all.

  • MODERATION: The avoidance of excess or extremes.

  • RESPECT: Regard for and defending the equal rights and inherent dignity of all human beings, including oneself.

  • RESPONSIBILITY: Acting on good judgment about what is right or wrong even when it is not popular. Individuals must take care of themselves, their families, and their fellow citizens/others in civil society and a republic and be vigilant to preserve their own liberty and the liberty of others. 

  • RULE OF LAW: organizations, government and citizens all abide by the same laws regardless of political and economic power. Those laws must be stable and justly applied.

  • DUE PROCESS: All leaders must apply laws and rules equally to all people.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        To Princeton, leadership is not just about an individuals level of education, or his ethnicity, religion, race, age or even the system of organization adopted and practiced. Its is about the qualities and values leaders possess which ultimately inspires and influences the organization and the world around them.                          


  • PUBLIC INTEREST: The welfare or well-being of the general public and society

  • OBJECTIVITY: Quality or character of being objective: lack of favoritism toward one side or another: freedom from bias. 

  • RESPONSIBILTY: The state or fact of having a duty to deal with something or of having control over someone.

  • PROBITY: The quality of having strong moral principles; honesty and decency.

  • EXEMPLARY: Serving as a desirable model; very good.




Leadership Encounter

(An Annual National Event) Leadership Development Training; Emerging leaders are encamped for at least two or three days for leadership development training with all the ingredients needed to form an impactful leader. FOCUS - To develop and deliver a national leadership selection process (leadership selection mechanism for all public of holders, electoral officers and political parties’ leadership). - To develop and deliver public and organizational code of conduct (for all public of holders, electoral officers and political parties’ leadership)


The Princeton leadership college master class targets the senior secondary school students, those who have interest or are already leading in their different classes. This project is targeted towards discovering, developing and deploying the next generation of leaders. This is our deliberate effort towards laying a strong foundation for our leadership sector in Nigeria and Africa.


For Higher Institutions. Drive a “National Mentality Review Project (NMRP)” that aggressively and strategically addresses the deficits in our value systems and ethical standards by studying principles of other successful nations, through book reviews. This process will be achieved by a selected group of emerging leaders, who meet to study and review principles of transformational leadership. Only value driven system thinkers, system innovators and system transformationalist can do this. We must recalibrate our national psyche from Very important personality (VIP) to Value Added Personality (VAP). We need a new generation of leaders that have been Mentally transformed to think “VALUES” think “SYSTEM” and think as “COLLECTIVE”, to uphold the fundamental principles of our organizational and public life.

The National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS) and Princeton Leadership Forum (PLF).

The National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS), as the apex human capacity building and policy formulation Institutions in Nigeria, with proven track record of performance in research, consultancy and leadership development training. The National Institute have on the 16th of November 2021 partnered with Princeton Leadership Forum (PLF), a leadership development organization to deliver two weeks (Youth Transformational Leadership Course (YTLC), for Nigeria youths. This partnership will among other things foster a proper leadership development training process for all emerging leaders who are or wants a place in the public service. Objectives of Youth Transformational Leadership Training 1. To establish a mechanism for training and sourcing for leadership among emerging leaders with potential to inform polices and actions. 2. To continuously nurture a culture of value-based leadership module. 3. To inspire and shape the mentality of emerging leaders to become transformational leaders. 4. To sustain the mechanism for continues value-based leadership developmental training in our institutions of learning. 5. To ensure adequate youth leadership training across board, fair leadership distribution and increasing leadership support and mentorship. 6. To introduce a form of formative assessment of life skills including behavioral change and time management. 7. To adopt a comprehensive multi – sectoral approach to dealing with inequalities affecting leadership.

ANNUAL LEADERSHIP AWARD (PLF Transformational Leadership Award)

We identify value-based leaders, who are people oriented, who have demonstrated transformational leadership skills in their different spheres.

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