Profile of TCLD Head Coach and lead Trainer
The Tayong Center for Leadership Development (TCLD), was founded by Mr Peter Ngu Tayong, as a an opportunity to throw back his experience accumulated after over 30 years of continuous professional and academic experience.
Starting as a Journalist after leaving the Advanced School of Mass Communication (ASMAC-ESSTIC) of University Yaoundé in 1991, he worked with the Cameroon Radio Television (CRTV), and ended his career as Deputy Station Manager of FM 105 Suelaba.
He later went to the International Relations Institute of Cameroon where he graduated with a diplome des etudes superieurs specialisée (D.E.S.S) in International Relations with Specialisation in International Communication in
2001.In 2002 Mr Tayong joined the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Cameroon as Communication Specialist and later rose to the position of Chief of Cabinet of the Resident Coordinator of the UN System in Cameroon.
In 2004, he left Cameroon for UNDP Sierra Leone as Communication and External Relations Specialist a position he held for four years before taking up another position as Media and Outreach Adviser with the United Nations Integrated Peace-building Office in Sierra Leone (UNIPSIL).
Since leaving the UN in 2013, he spent some years in the United
States to seek further professional and academic development. He later pursued a specialisation in International Conflict Management and Cooperation at Harvard University in Cambridge, A Masters in Events Management from the International Institute of Events Management in California and lastly a Jack Welch Executive MBA in Washington from the Jack Welch Management Institute, (JWMI) with honours and Another MBA from Strayer University in the United States.
Since returning home in 2016, Mr Tayong has been actively coaching and training individuals and organizations in Leadership, Careers and Personal Development. As of today over two hundred institutions have benefitted from his expertise amongst which are the Prime Minister’s Office, the Ministry of External Relations, the Ministry of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises, Social Economy and Handicraft (MINPMEESA), Ministry of Basic Education, Ministry of Defence, CRTV, Small and Medium Sized enterprises Promotion Agency, Cameroon Customs, ENAM, IRIC, ESSTIC, School of Public Works, Advanced Institute of Public Management, Faculty of Medicine, University of Bamenda, etc..