Upskilling Your Team for Growth Workplace Learning Roundtable Lagos, Nigeria
A special Lagos roundtable hosted by AMI Enterprise for HR and talent professionals, managers leading teams, & senior executives driving strategy and growth in the business.
About the event
Date: Thursday 1st December 2022
Time: 4:00 p.m. WAT
Venue: Workstation, Victoria Island, Lagos
Host: Asha Mweru Mbowa – Managing Director, AMI Enterprise
*RSVP is mandatory
As Africa’s leading business learning company, African Management Institute (AMI), is excited to announce the launch of AMI Enterprise in Lagos, Nigeria. Join us as we hold a roundtable conversation with Nigeria’s top movers and shakers in the enterprise and HR space.
The event will kick off with opening remarks from our Keynote Speaker, Temitope Oyadele, a Senior Human Resources Business Partner at Nestle Nigeria. Thereafter, we will hold a panel Fireside Chat on the topic “How to Retain and Engage talent through employee development” which will include:
- Adeshola Aliogo – Head of People, Vendease Africa,
- Tunji Andrews – Founder & CEO, Awabah Nigeria,
- Taiwo Judah-Ajayi – People Growth Advisor at Dot.
- The conversation will be moderated by Asha Mweru Mbowa – Managing Director, AMI Enterprise
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Temitope Oyadele – Senior Human Resources Partner for Nestle Nigeria PLC
Temitope Oyadele is a Career Strategist, Talent Manager, Competency Developer & Performance Coach. Her flair for Talent Management is second-to-none, especially at proactively sourcing and putting effective strategy in place to retain talents longer within an organization. Her strong bias for excellence in implementing HR best policies to achieve business growth and efficiency has earned her a professional reputation within the HR space. Her People Management experience which cuts across Consulting, Retail Services and FMCG sectors is rich in Performance Management, Talent Management, Learning & Capability Development, Competency Framework, Business Partnering, Employee Engagement and Youth Development, among many others. She is an associate of Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPMN), she holds certifications as a Global Professional in HR (GPHR), Senior Professional in HR (SPHRi), Certified Performance & Competency Developer (CPCD) and Certified HR Business Partner (CHRBP) with the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI), USA.
Adeshola Aliogo; Head of People Operations at Vendease Africa and Founder of Naija Job Hub
With over ten years of diversified experience in the FMCG, Logistics, and Management Consulting sectors, Adeshola holds practical knowledge and experience in talent management, talent acquisition, HR transaction services, performance management, and learning and development. She has also worked on a number of projects aimed at increasing employee engagement and improving HR service delivery.
Tunji Andrews – Founder & CEO of Awabah Nigeria
Tunji is the Co-Founder and CEO at Awabah; a digital pension platform for self-employed Africans, He is an Economist, a Financial Inclusion Advocate and Creative Entrepreneur. He has spent years in research, financial literacy and advancing financial inclusion to the informal sector. He has also worked as a consultant across local and international organizations (Private and governmental) as an expert in areas of statistics, research and financial inclusion. His current and future activities are towards actively advancing financial inclusion in Nigeria and Africa.
Taiwo Judah-Ajayi – People Growth Advisor at Dot
TJ is currently a People Growth Executive at Dot. Dot is a financial inclusion driven fintech in Africa. She thrives on supporting tech startups in their scale up journey. Prior to Dot, she was the Chief People Officer at Moove, a Fintech powering mobility
About the African Management Institute (AMI)
AMI enables ambitious businesses across Africa to thrive, through practical tools and training. We equip entrepreneurs with tools to build their business, help companies train their teams and run work readiness programmes for young people starting their careers. AMI’s programmes combine online and mobile tools with in-person workshops and on-the-job practice and support. During the COVID period AMI is delivering fully virtual programming across the continent.
AMI has worked with a range of businesses and organisations to support entrepreneurs and managers build and grow their businesses across Africa including Uber, Nestle, Radisson Blu, Mastercard Foundation, USAID, Shell Foundation and Equity Bank. AMI has directly trained over 30,000 people in over 35 countries across Africa.
AMI has 70+ staff with offices and presence in 7 countries; Cote d’Ivoire, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, South Africa, and Uganda.
Our programmes have reached over 35,000 individuals in 39 countries across Africa.