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Binta Max-Gbinijie moonlights as a Financial services expert but is only just a JESUS lover who is passionate about GOD, an unrepentant female enthusiast and an advocate for equality.
We laughed, learned and had fun as we listen to Binta discuss the topic Identifying Priorities – What matters most in each season.
Our December GIANT – Olufunke Damilola Isichei is a passionate client management expert who employs unique and creative strategies to deliver positive customer experience and exceed clients’ expectations.
She is popularly known as the “mentors’ mentor” as she has groomed many younger colleagues who are strategically positioned in high profile roles within the Telecommunication, Banking sectors etc.
She has officially mentored at work for about 16 years and at the prestigious Women in Successful Career [WISCAR] for about 7 years. Funke discussed on Women, Winning and more, she left all participants pumped and ready to WIN in 2021.
It was a memorable session where we laughed, learned and had fun.
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Our January GIANT – Ngozi Akinyele is a multifaceted woman. Growing up, her father always told her and her four sisters to “beat them boys and girls”. And he meant that academically not physically.
Today, she channels that drive and culture of excellence into her roles as a wife, mother, minister and professional. Ngozi’s career coat is one of many colours.
Ngozi encouraged us to have some set of words that succinctly describes the person we are.
This should be our dose of ‘OXYGEN’, one we should frequently refer to it to keep us ‘high’ and positive. Also to always celebrate our 3 ‘Ps’ – Person, Process, and People.
Our January GIANT – Crystal Chigbu is a cheerful, free-spirited, and open-minded person who loves food and window shopping. You are right if you call her the life of a party, for she loves to dance too! She is the Founder of The Irede Foundation which was birth in 2012 following her personal experience. She is a Development Consultant focused on helping children living with limb loss live self-sufficient lives. She has set a standard in the disability space through her advocacy and strongly believes that “disability is only a thing of the mind.” Crystal encouraged us to categorize our relationships into buckets of family, friends, business partners, romantic relationships, help/support systems. Also to be genuinely interested in people as we were not created to live in isolation.