Online LDP vision

To unlock leadership potential within participants through self awareness, creating positive change in their personal, social and professional lives. 

This programme is open to all above the age of 25 years


Price: £250


23rd January 2022

30th January 2022

20th February 2022

27th February 2022
Time: 9:00am – 5:30pm UK time

The Team

Expert Facilitation Team

enrolment Criteria

All proceeds go towards LFT capacity building projects

This programme will include online learning and offline preparation and practice. 

The online Leadership Development Programme (LDP) covers thirty hours over four Sundays

For any questions or queries please write to:

We are delighted the first cohort of places on the Leadership Development Programme (LDP) is now full. Please register your interest for the next programme by emailing and we will contact you when the dates are finalised.

Our team

Transformational Personal Development Programme at an affordable price – delivered by a team of  expert facilitators.

Dr Akbar Mohamedali

Dr Akber Mohamedali (MBChB; MRCP; MSc.) is a family physician running his practice with a team looking after 12,500 patients in Southeast London. He trains and teaches medical students, doctors and nurses. He has held various leadership positions in the National Health service at a local, regional and national level. He was the chair of Lewisham Professional Executive Committee managing a health budget of £300 million for 250k of the local population. For the past twenty years he has helped developing and facilitating a range of Leadership and personal development programmes internationally, which has nearly two thousand alumni. He is also a personal coach and a mentor. He was born in Kenya and has lived in the UK for over fifty years and has six lovely grandchildren.

Dr Sarfraz Jeraj

Dr Sarfraz Jeraj works professionally as a chartered clinical psychologist with over 10 years of experience in adult mental health services in the NHS. He is also a Senior Teaching Fellow in the Department of Psychology and Deputy Course Director of the Post Graduate Diploma in Psychological Interventions and CBT at University of Surrey. Sarfraz is an experienced facilitator of a wide range of training in areas including including communications, leadership, executive coaching, mentoring, and various aspects of wellbeing. He is an accredited MBTI practitioner and delivers programmes that are accredited by the Institute of Leadership and Management.  Drawing on multiple roles as a clinician, an academic, various professional and community leadership positions, a mentor, coach and mediator, Sarfraz brings practical experiences to support the theory in training. He is driven by a commitment to developing people to unlocking their potential with care and skill.

Maria Pattinson

Maria is an Ethical Leadership specialist. She has thirty years of experience coaching individuals and teams to become the best versions of themselves. Maria brings expertise in mental health and wellbeing and has delivered projects to improve mental health outcomes for communities in the UK and internationally. Maria has a first class Master’s degree in Ethical Leadership from Kings College London. Her research was in evaluating the impact of leadership development programs in Muslim communities across three global regions. Maria’s voluntary work is in Tanzania where she trains local people to deliver mental health awareness courses in community contexts. Maria currently coaches a team of African volunteers across three countries in the East Africa region.

Maria is also a Communication Specialist. For more than twenty years, she worked with top leaders in the NHS flagship programs run by The Kings Fund on developing their capacity to communicate authentically and effectively in public. Her coaching and facilitation draws upon an equally long career as a theatre director and producer of new plays in some of England’s leading theatre organisations, including Chichester Festival Theatre, Glyndebourne and Hampstead Theatre. Maria is trained in Systemic Constellations Coaching and Family Constellations as developed by Bert Hellinger through the Centre For Systemic Constellations and The Whole Partnership.

Maria has written about the intersection of leadership, the arts and transformation in the online coaching magazine Coaching Perspectives.

Inayat Moledina

Inayat Moledina is an experienced Business & Leadership coach. He regularly runs high energy, interactive workshops on various topics including personality types, conflict management and communication skills. He is fascinated by human development and getting the best out of people. He has run a variety of Leadership Development programs in the UK and the US and has now made it his life’s work to help others on their journey of self discovery so that they are empowered to fullfil their own self potential.

Mariam Hassam

Mariam Is currently undertaking her Master’s degree in Faith Based leadership with the University of Birmingham. She has taken on different Leadership roles within the community and has been facilitating the Leadership Development Programme since 2014. Mariam is trained to facilitate the Mental Health First Aid Programmes for both Adults and Youth and is also a trained MBTI practitioner. She is currently Co-director at Revive-VSG and is passionate about developing herself and others!

Mohamed Dewji

Mohamed currently lives in Canada where he has spent most of his life after moving there from Kenya in 1976. He graduated from UBC with a B.Sc. in Pharmaceutical Sciences in 1991. Mohamed believes we all have tremendous potential and loves working with people to unlock their potential.

Over the past 10 years or so, he has facilitated various programs including NeuroPsychology for Learning and Leadership Development. Most recently, Mohamed has become a Certified Facilitator for Compassionate Integrity Training through which he has made practicing and promoting compassion a goal in life. He is also an avid traveller and enjoys hiking and reading – especially Sufi poetry.

Fatema Rahemani

Fatema is a qualified primary school teacher with over 14 years of experience in Education. As a psychology graduate, she is fascinated by human interaction and noticing patterns in behaviour. She holds a Masters in Child Development and Learning and works with faith schools to develop policies, procedures and curricular to support Values based Education. This enables learners to develop self-awareness, interpersonal skills and highlights the importance of effective communication. Fatema has completed a Leadership in Education qualification and has taken on a number of leadership roles within Education. 

Fatema’s work with adults involves supporting and empowering educators both nationally and globally to ensure best outcomes for children. In addition to this, she has facilitated a number of online interactive Emotional Support Skills Workshops to a global audience promoting skills such as: empathy, listening to understand, effective questioning and stress management. She is a trained mentor in using the Egan Skilled Helper Model and she works on the basis of empowering people to support and manage their own problems effectively.