Making a Difference Globally as an African Leader and Entrepreneur w/ Abiola Champ
Learn what it takes to make a difference globally from someone who has has been there and has done it.
About Abiola “Champ” Salami
Abiola “Champ” Salami is a Capacity Development Maven and the founder of iamaCHAMP, an initiative committed to increasing the productive capacity and improving the brand perception of organizations and government. He is an alumnus of Harvard University and Lagos Business School. He is a member of the Institute of Directors and a fellow of American Government’s International Leadership Visitors’ Program. He is a Certified Management Consultant, former Vice President Public Relations of Nigeria’s premier Toastmasters club – Eagle Toastmasters and a serving faculty at the (Global) School of Banking Excellence.
As an International Award Winning Leadership and Communication Expert, Life Coach and Author, he is passionate about collaborating with forward thinking organizations and other young people across the globe to develop the requisite skills and foster attitudes necessary for making a difference in the world.
Having inspired and coached several Young Leaders and Executives across the world, Abiola has acquired nearly a decade’s experience in capacity development with signature interventions such as SPEAK Like A CHAMPION – A Productive Communication Program; The MAGIC Of Emotional Intelligence; From Boring TALES to Fantastic SALES – A Selling & Relationship Management Program; PRODUCTIVITY DYNAMICS – A Personal and Corporate Execution Program; and XCEPTIONAL LEADERSHIP – An Accelerated Leadership Program.
His commitment to Youth Leadership & Women Empowerment led him to writing books and implementing programs towards achieving the relevant Sustainable Development Goals. Two of such books include Get MAD! You Can Make A Difference (foreword by Dr. Christopher Kolade, CON) and Who Says It’s A Man’s World (foreword by Dr. Mo Abudu).
- Lectures 1
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 1 hour
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 298
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- Assessments Yes