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Dec 18


We have missed our dedicated readers and we are so excited to connect again. We are back to complement and enrich your information and learning interests.

Our choice to reach you via our website and mobile application, is to ensure we stay together remotely across the globe; hoping that it is a better experience than our previous print version.

We want to reach you wherever you are, and look forward to your feedback, so we can learn and share from you as well.

Toyin Wura Oke


Our Concept of Leadership II

The ‘4 Es’ and values of leadership 

Envision: Having a vision then developing a plan

Enable: Creating systems and processes for action

Empower: Letting people achieve the vision

Energize: Motivating, selling and simplifying

Photo: stmattpar

Photo: stmattpar

Values: Deeply held values and principles provide the road map for the way we lead and the way other people respond to us.

- Envision - Innovate fast

- Enable - Connect the knowledge

- Empower - Teach leadership

- Energize - Facilitate

All routed in a 100% congruent value system

Envision the change: If you can’t innovate fast, you can’t lead

Empower the change: If you can't connect people, you can’t lead

Empower the change: If you can’t teach, you can’t lead

Empower the change: If you can’t facilitate, you can’t lead

Thanks to globalization, we are in a new paradigm of society that requires new ways of thinking and acting. We therefore need new perspectives to the concept of leadership as individuals and as a nation.

Henry A. Agbonika is a freelance journalist and an alumnus of the Africa Leadership Forum, Ota. 

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