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National Youth Summit 2016 (Pan African Edition)


We believe in the emergence of a new Africa and in National Youth Summit – Pan African Edition, we help to equip and train those that will play major roles in shaping our Continent. We want to build a generation of value-driven and responsible leaders that will think excellence, integrity, accountability, vision and passion for the common good.
Participants are to choose from the following training schools of their choice, to be facilitated by seasoned professionals from Africa and beyond the continent;
School of Arts and Entertainment: Learn how to harness your talent and turn it into a profitable venture. Meet with veterans in the Entertainment Industry and kick-start your career immediately.
Institute for National Transformation: Learn how you can ignite a spark that will transform your country from socio-political and economic perspective.
School of Social Entrepreneurs: Learn how to progress from an Idea to Product Stage. Get information on how to finance your business without stress.
Global School Of Leadership: Do you see yourself in a leadership position in the nearest future? This is where you can access critical knowledge tools that will enable you get ahead of others.
History Makers Institute: This is where you can access intergenerational learning through a role model/mentor program.
School of Business Development: Learn how you can create a long time value for your organisation from customers, markets and relationships.
School of Career Development: Learn how you can develop the skills and knowledge that will enable you to plan and make informed decisions about your education, training and career choices.

June 3, 2017 |

Goldlink Insurance partners G31000 for first training in Nigeria


Goldlink-Insurance-plcGoldlink Insurance Plc has sponsored the Certification Training and Examination in ISO 31000 Risk Management by the Global Institute of Risk Management Standard (G31000). President of Global Institute of Risk Management Standard headquartered in France, which is the global platform for ISO 31000, Alex Dali, was at the event to oversee the 3-day master class that had participants from Goldlink Insurance, Leadway Assurance, Renaissance Capital, First Bank of Nigeria, Sovereign Trust Insurance, International Energy Insurance and Calabar Microfinance Bank Limited in attendance.

According to Mr. Olawale Awosina of Goldlink, the Chief Risk Officer of Goldlink Insurance, a certified ISO 31000 Risk Management professional and lead trainer initiated (more…)

July 27, 2015 |

4 Tips for Training Your Employees to Think Like a CEO


4tipsThose rules still guide how I train all of my employees to “think and act like CEOs.”
Rule 1: Develop a shared company vision.Aside from detailing the specific day-to-day tasks of each employee’s role on the first day, make a point to discuss how an entry-level sales job directly affects the company’s annual goals. As employees start to envision how their actions lead to overall company success, they will better understand how a CEO strategizes.

Similarly, set outward company goals that employees can attach themselves to professionally. (more…)

July 27, 2015 |

Young African entrepreneurs training and touring at Notre Dame


newsTwenty-five young African leaders from 19 countries in Africa have arrived at the University of Notre Dame for six weeks of business training and cultural immersion as participants in the Obama administration’s Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI).

The YALI program was launched in 2010 by President Barack Obama to support young African leaders in spurring economic growth, democratic governance and peace on their continent.

This is the second year that Notre Dame has been among the elite group of colleges and universities chosen by the U.S. Department of State as a host institution for YALI’s Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders program. (more…)

July 27, 2015 |

Corporate Training Initiative Ahead


ctaaOn occasion, I come across organizations that feel that they must set up training programs to meet some identified (or ill-identified) corporate need. Whether it is sexual harassment programs, multi-cultural interventions, or any other topic, these across organization programs tend to be top-down driven. That means that the impetus for training comes from senior executives or management, sometimes in conjunction with human resource units.
Is there anything wrong with such initiatives? First, it makes sense that efforts be made to develop a more cohesive organizational culture, or new set of skills across the organization. The problem is that executives are not always in touch with the needs and wishes of staff that will be attending training sessions, and may forget that learning will only take place when attendees see that the training is relevant and useful to their own lives. When participants see the training as irrelevant, or worse, suggestive of skill/attitude deficits on their parts, the result can be wasted resources or worse. (more…)

July 9, 2015 |

Earning value from Trainings


evmihomeAll too often, potential benefits from training seminars are lost because the supports required for the application of learning are absent. And let’s face it — nobody can afford to send people for training just for the fun of it. We all expect that training will somehow impact upon a person’s present or future ability to contribute to the employing organization. How do we “make it so”? That’s our topic this month.

General Principles
Getting value from training isn’t magical. There are some general principles that you can adapt to ensure that training for yourself and your staff results in changes in the workplace. First, training that adds value tends to be integrated with other management systems. That is, training decisions and actions are (more…)

July 9, 2015 |

Why is training Undervalued?


3cybrarian773-640x426Training and development activities can increase the capabilities and abilities of most organizations. Virtually every recent management leaders (eg. Deming, Crosby, Senge), have stressed the importance of learning as a primary tool for organizational success. That said, training as a whole, is not consistently valued by managers or staff. Even when managers support training through what they say, when the time comes to allocate resources for training, it is often the new photocopier that wins out.
Staff can also be ambivalent. We’ve noticed a shift in the perceptions of employees regarding training. Ten years ago, training was often regarded as a pleasant break from work, a chance to learn a few things and meet others. Now overworked staff are more hesitant to even attend. Being away from the workplace for a day means that somehow a day’s work must be made up. (more…)

June 16, 2015 |

Training boosts employee morale: Survey

13 Bureau Over 40% employers voted on-the-job training for increased productivity and 35% for enhanced employee morale in the organization in a survey concerning training and development, conducted by TJinsite, research and knowledge arm of A considerable share of the surveyed employers also claimed to reduce attrition by using training and development methodology. “Training is critical for growth and development of employees in the organisation…

May 4, 2015 |



sales_increaseThere’s no greater return on investment (ROI) than new revenue, and in most organizations, increased selling is the fastest way to achieve this. Trainers have an opportunity to play one of the most important roles in making sales organizations more successful.
Too often this is a missed opportunity. Some organizations take the approach that sales professionals are born, not made. It’s assumed that building a sales team is a matter of finding “proven” salespeople, usually thought of as extroverts who need a lot of autonomy and good commissions. This is true to a certain extent, but if that’s how sales are perceived and how sales professionals are developed in your organization, a lot of potential is being lost. (more…)

April 29, 2015 |

Safety Management in the Oil & Gas Industry


Despite the environmental setbacks and the loss of human life experienced as a result of the Deepwater Horizon explosion and spill, deepwater drilling shows no signs of abating any time soon. However, increased regulatory scrutiny is likely to be the norm going forward.
While oil and gas companies are demonstrating the same zeal for deepwater drilling as before the Deepwater Horizon tragedy, they will need to further quantify the risks and this is good news for EHS managers seeking jobs in the industry. (more…)

April 28, 2015 |
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