As family man to his wife, 2 daughters and 5 granddaughters,
he was exceptional
One of the greatest joys that my father experienced was being wife to Linda Eleanor and father and grandfather to his daughters and granddaughters. How do i know? We all experienced it and everyone of his friends who who knew him has a story to tell about the love he had for his wife, his 2 daughters - Chitupa and Chomba and 7 granddaughters - Monique, Raquel, Jordan, Maya and Clarissa. They were his secret leadership inspiration!
Wila Mung'omba's legacy leadership lessons as family man:
1. Do life with your family and cherished friends.
The point of being a leader is to change, inspire and transform. You then celebrate with your family, and he knew how to celebrate.
2. Your children and family are your first priority.
I always felt like i was my father's priority. All family's members did. He made so many people in his family feel very special. It instilled in us such confidence!
3. Create a solid foundation for a formidable legacy for your children and their children and their children. Wila Mung'omba always told us that : " Your mother and i have done this for you and yours and theirs and theirs".
4. There is greatness in being surrounded by strong women.
My father was treated like a king by this hive of women who loved and adored him. History has shown us that 'men create wars'. Au contraire, 'women create harmony and peace'. In totality, my father led a very peaceful and harmonoius life.
5. Cherishing Your Support System.
Wila Mung'omba knew that what enabled him to become such a great leader was the love, integrity, dedication and drive of of his wife Linda Eleanor who in her own right was a formidable lawyer, motivator and leader.