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Wed, Sep 29, 2021 · 12:00 PM · West Central Africa
About This Webinar

One of the most significant harms to any thriving organization is the idea that the senior leaders are the smartest. This makes it difficult to realize and maximize the creativity and competence of other members of the team, thereby stifling the growth of the organization without them even realizing it.

You can get yourself out of this situation today by becoming a multiplier or helping others around you become one.

As a multiplier, you will use your skills to amplify and inspire people around you, to become better and do their best work thereby growing your organization by giving room to your staff to bring out their best in achieving the overall goal of your organization.

The Leadership Project (TLP) has designed a 90-minutes Online Business Leadership discourse sponsored by the GLOBAL LEADERSHIP NETWORK, USA to help leaders become multipliers and discover enduring winning tools for their business and leadership.

In this Business Digest discourse, you will learn the following and many more

 Understanding the diminisher’s effect in your organization.

 Traits of an accidental diminisher.

 Understanding the multiplier’s effect in your organization.

 How to build a multiplier mindset.

Who can view: People who attended or registered for the webinar only
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter Piboere Okukulabe
Piboere Onome Okukulabe holds a law degree from University of Ilorin Kwara State, a Master degree in International Law and Diplomacy from University of Lagos and has over 17 years of work experience with several businesses, non-profit and faith-based organization. She is a great team player who is passionate about equipping and empowering people for global influence by providing tools and resources that can be easily applied for organizational growth. She is presently the Director of Administration and Communications at Vision International.
Webinar hosting presenter
Tunde Ojo is a branding and communication consultant, entrepreneur, business strategist, and leadership and management, coach. He is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Touchstone Limited, a global idea consultancy with specializations in brand strategy, marketing communications, social and behavioural change communications and a track record of delivering results across diverse industries by identifying and communicating the brand’s Dominant Value Point (DVP) in all audience engagement efforts.

For over 30 years, Tunde has helped in giving strategic direction and growth to large corporates and major brands in diverse industries, including financial services, Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) and not-for-profit organizations. A prolific writer and much sought-after speaker at national and international conferences, seminars, strategy and management retreats, Tunde holds Bachelors and Master’s degrees in Mass Communication from the University of Lagos. He is also an alumnus of the Lagos Business School’s Chief Executive Programme (CEP), IESE Business School, Barcelona and Haggai Institute for Leadership, Hawaii.
Webinar hosting presenter
Leonard is a global thought leader and strategist with over 18 years of exceptional track
record and cross-functional experience in leadership development, business strategy
and execution, human resource management, organisational development and training,
and social entrepreneurship.
Leonard’s professional career gained momentum at one of Nigeria’s premiere
Management Consulting firms, CITC Consulting group, where he began as Head,
Integrated Human Capital Development. He rose to the position of Head, Operations
within two months of entry and served for almost 5 years before exiting the company.
He has served at strategic leadership levels with over 3 Consulting Companies with
affiliate offices in Nigeria, South Africa, USA and the United Kingdom. He has built
wide-ranging competences co-leading and managing projects for employees of brands
such as Diamond Bank Plc.; Union Bank Plc.; First Bank of Nigeria Plc.; Mansard
Insurance Plc.; Chevron Nigeria Plc.; BOC Gases Nigeria Plc.; UAC foods Plc.; UAC
Property Development Company (UPDC) Plc.; CAP Plc, Standard Alliance Capital;
Vitafoam Plc.; ICAN Leadership Institute South Africa to mention but a few.
Webinar hosting presenter
Mrs. Kunbi Adeoti holds a bachelor degree in Economics and MBA General Management both from Obafemi Awolowo University. She is a certified professional with the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) and a Senior Certified Professional of the Society For Human Resource Management (SHRM).
Kunbi Adeoti is also a member of other local professional bodies like CIPM and NITAD. Her interests are in general Human Resources, organizational development, learning and effectiveness as well as change management. Prior to joining Leadway Assurance as Head, Human Resources Department (Divisional Director), she was a Principal Partner at Talent Centrix Consultancy. She believes in excellence and has demonstrated same in the course of her HR career spanning the Telecoms and Financial sectors.
Webinar hosting presenter
Meka Olowola is the Managing Partner of Zenera Consulting. With over 20 years’ cross-functional experience in communications straddling Public Relations, Banking as well as Oil and Gas, he is a much sought-after communications expert. The Ahmadu Bello University Graduate of Physiology has to his credit a Change Management Certificate from the Colorado State University, USA. Olowola is a major exponent of sustainability in Africa. He advocates that an expanded culture of social responsibility and ethical action by government, individuals and corporate bodies is at the heart of the panacea to current economic challenges and negative realities in Africa.
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Discussion Guide The Multiplier Effect (1).pdf
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