The Agenda 2030 needs better leaders

Leaders, rather than providing a solution, create opportunities for people to come together and generate their own answers. Leaders should not only bring people together and encourage creative participation, but should help people to find opportunities when faced with uncertainty, chaos, and emergence. 

Innovative leadership and management will be essential for organizations in all sectors to integrate the SDGs into strategic plans and operational activities in service of realizing the 2030 aspirations.



UN Leadership:Learn aims to build the skills of public sector leaders around the world needed for the successful implementation of the Agenda 2030.



UN Leadership:Learn bundles available learning resources and knowledge on leadership development in one single place and supports both e-learning and face to face courses and workshops on related topics to a broad audience to raise awareness and foster understanding.

We offer training materials, including online courses, toolkits, and publications that can be included in the curricula of a university.



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Alex Mejia

Director, Division for People and Social Inclusion



Sebastian Hofbauer

Programme Coordinator, Social Development


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Pooja Pradeep

Learning and Development Specialist, Social Development



Team - Senior Advisers

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Sally Fegan-Wyles

United Nations Assistant Secretary-General

Former Executive Director, UNITAR

Mike Eldon

Founder, Chairman and Lead Consultant of The DEPOT

Chairman of the Council of KCA University

Tania Hummel

Senior HR Director and Executive Coach

Director of Thrive Coaching and Consulting

Prof. Mike Saks

Emeritus Professor at the University of Suffolk

Visiting Professor at a range of universities


Dr. Michael Hopkins

CEO of MHC International Ltd

Author and commentator on development issues and CSR