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Lightbox Session: Lessons from the Top: Female Leadership & Achieving Career Success
Female leadership is still such a rare thing that it's widely celebrated when it happens, like the recently appointed MD of GTB.
Unfortunately, there are also too many negative tropes associated with female leadership, even from women.
What can we do to have much more successful female leaders?
What are the secrets for those women who flourish as leaders, in their careers and also open doors for women coming after them?
This week, we are bringing in a woman who has walked the talk and excelled both as a health specialist and an administrator and built successful organisations.
Dr. Olayemi Dawodu is the Managing Director/CEO of Clina-Lancet Laboratories. She is a Clinical Pathologist with over 15 years recognised experience in the healthcare sector spanning clinical, research, senior management and administrative roles.
She is a stickler for consistency whose management skills ensure positive and progressive change management, team building, growth as well as profitability of the organisation.
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IGP replaces embattled Abba Kyari with Tunji Disu as new head of IRT
The Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Mr Usman Baba, has approved the appointment of Mr Tunji Disu, a deputy commissioner of police, as the new Head, Police Intelligence Response Team (IRT) with immediate effect. Read more…
Tokyo Olympics: Ese Brume wins Nigeria’s first medal with Long Jump bronze
Nigeria won its first medal at the Tokyo Olympics, as Ese Brume recorded a 6.97 metres jump in the final of the women’s long jump to win her first Olympic medal and Nigeria’s first at this games. Read more…
Covid-19: Nigeria to receive 40 million doses of vaccines by end of 2021
The Federal Ministry of Health disclosed that Nigeria expects to receive up to 40 million doses of Moderna vaccines by the end of the year. Read more…
TETFund disburses N300 billion to 226 tertiary institutions in 2021
The Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund) has announced it disbursed the sum of N300 billion in 2021 to 226 tertiary institutions for infrastructure development and training. Read more…
Head of Belarus exiles group found dead in Ukraine
The head of a group helping people flee Belarus has been found dead near his home in neighbouring Ukraine. Read more…
Wuhan: Chinese city to test entire population after virus resurfaces
Authorities in the Chinese city of Wuhan will begin testing its entire population, after a handful of positive coronavirus cases were detected there. Read more…
Nigerians spend over N100 billion on browsing in 2020
The Nigerian telecommunication industry recorded significant growth in the year 2020, as Nigerians consumed a total of 205,880.4 terabytes worth of data in the year. Read more…
Naira strengthens to 512/$1, banks sell dollar for N412
The naira appreciated against the dollar at the parallel market on Monday as deposit money banks set up foreign exchange teller points for customers in line with the directive from the Central Bank of Nigeria. Read more…
CBN reassures Nigerians of smooth FX supply
The Central Bank of Nigeria has informed the public that it has put in place monitoring measures to guarantee that deposit money banks meet clients’ lawful foreign exchange needs. Read more…
CBN denies report of plans to convert customers’ foreign currency account to naira
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has dismissed reports of its planned conversion of foreign exchange (FX) in domiciliary accounts of bank customers into naira. Read more…
Nasdaq escapes sell off as Dow and S&P plunges
At the stock market on Monday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gave up some of its earlier gains, closing 97 points lower. Read more…
Lipstick, pesticides, driving barefooted cause infertility – Expert
The President of the Academy of Medicine Specialties of Nigeria, Professor Oladapo Ashiru, has said some day-to-day activities that people engage are capable of causing infertility. Read more…
AGS Quote of the Day
It is our attitude at the beginning of a difficult task which, more than anything else, will affect its successful outcome.