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Tonight, let's talk, how do you navigate Female leadership & Career Success?
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Will we see you tonight as we discuss 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.
Who could be better equipped to educate us on female leadership and career success?
This session is going to be so powerful, especially for women aspiring to have successful careers.
If you know anyone who can benefit from this session, please share with them and they can subscribe to our 5,000 Naira Monthly plan or our 50,000 Naira Annual plan.
IFC and Nigerian Exchange Limited cordially invite you to join the virtual launch of the Nigeria2Equal Program as we unveil the Peer Learning Platform and the first-of-its-kind gender gap assessment report, Gender Equality in Nigeria’s Private Sector.
Trust this meets you well.
We would be honored to have you attend the virtual launch of Nigeria2Equal’s Peer Learning Platform and the first-of-its-kind Gender Gap Assessment Report, Gender Equality in Nigeria’s Private Sector.
The high-level session will host the CEOs of the Nigeria2Equal partner organizations as well as the leadership of Nigerian Exchange (NGX) Group and IFC.
Nigeria2Equal brings companies in Nigeria’s private sector together to reduce gender gaps in leadership, employment and entrepreneurship.
Friday, 6th August 2021,
9:00am - 10:30am WAT
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AGS Quote of the Day
Just don't give up trying to do what you really want to do. Where there is love and inspiration, I don't think you can go wrong.