RETHINKING LEADERSHIP… Kolade, Utomi, and Sanni speak at 2nd NPL Leadership Dialogue

Posted by News Express | 25 June 2020 | 739 times

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Former High Commissioner of Nigeria to the United Kingdom, Dr Christopher Kolade, will lead a distinguished team of panelists to the 2nd Edition of National Leadership Dialogue Webinar from 4pm to 6.30pm today, Friday, June 26, 2020. The 2nd Edition has as its theme, “Rethinking Leadership: Focus on Competence, Governance and Impact on Society – 1”. Other Panelists include Prof. Pat Utomi, founder Centre for Values in Leadership; Mrs Toyin Sanni, CEO Emerging Africa Capital Group (representing WIMBIZ Nigeria); Mr. Femi Taiwo, Executive Director LEAP AFRICA, and Mukhtar Akosile, Vice Chairman North, National Youth Council of Nigeria.

Nigerian Prize for Leadership (NPL) Executive Secretary, Dr Ike Neliaku, said Thursday ina statement that the group “in partnership with 19 other organisations initiated the webinar series to provide Nigerians across different sectors of society, a platform to discuss and benchmark leadership as a critical factor in nation building and development. The platform is part of efforts to groom the much needed credible successor and replacement generation in the commanding heights of Nigeria’s critical sectors. Inaugurated on Friday 29th May, 2020, the webinar is designed to run from May to November 2020.” 

Neliaku named the partners to include Committee of Vice Chancellors of Nigerian Universities, Nigerian Guild of Editors, Nigeria Academy of Science, Nigerian Institute of Public Relations, Nigerian Economic Summit Group, National Broadcasting Commission, Historical Society of Nigeria, Centre for Values in Leadership, WIMBIZ, Burdened Elders of Nigeria, Civil Liberties Orgnasiation, Women in Successful Careers (WISCAR), LEAP AFRICA, National Youth Council of Nigeria, National Association of Nigerian Students, Plummet Publishing, Women Foundation of Nigeria, DigiConverge, Trade Union Congress, etc.

NPL advised those wishing to participate should to register with

Source: News Express

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