How to design a personal strategy to help you succeed as wife, mother and career/business woman.
You are best friends with your husband. He believes in you and is constantly rooting for you to succeed because he is not worried that you will change when you become very successful
Ibukun Awosika is the Chairman, Board of Directors, First Bank of Nigeria Limited, and is also the founder and Chief Executive Officer of The Chair Centre Group. The companies within the group include: The Chair Centre Limited, Sokoa Chair Centre Limited, Furniture Manufacturers Mart, TCC Security Systems and Cubes and Boxes Limited. These companies are involved in manufacturing, retail and bank-way security systems services.
Ibukun chairs a number of corporate and not-for-profit boards amongst which are: House of Tara International and Afterschool Graduate Development Centre (AGDC). She also sits on the boards of Digital Jewel Limited, Cadbury Nigeria Plc, Convention on Business Integrity (CBI) and the Nigerian Sovereign Investment Authority. She was Chairman, FBN Life Assurance Limited, FBN Capital Limited and Kakawa Discount House Limited.
Ibukun is a graduate of Chemistry from University of Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University), Nigeria; an alumna of the Chief Executive Programme of Lagos Business School; the Global Executive MBA of IESE Business School, Barcelona-Spain; and Global CEO Programme of Wharton, IESE and China European International Business School (CEIBS). Ibukun is a co-founder and past chairperson of Women in Business, Management and Public Service (WIMBIZ).
An ordained Pastor and founder of the Christian Missionary Fund, Ibukun, through this faith-based organization works with hundreds of missionaries spread across Nigeria to change lives with the provision of medical, educational, and other supplies. As a fellow of the African Leadership Initiative, Aspen Global Leadership Network, Institute of Directors and Society for Corporate Governance Nigeria, Ibukun, through her projects aspires to use her opportunities in life to further the greatness of her dear country by raising entrepreneurs to create jobs for the large unemployed youthful population.
She is a member of the Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG), served on National Job Creation Committee (NJCC), and sits on the International Advisory Board of IESE Business School, Barcelona-Spain. Ibukun is a multiple award-winning entrepreneur and the first Nigerian recipient of the prestigious International Women Entrepreneurial Challenge (IWEC) Award as a nominee of the US Department of State in 2008. She loves to watch investigative and legal series in her leisure time. She is happily married to Abiodun Awosika and they are blessed with three wonderful sons.
Lesson One: Where are you right now?
Lesson Two: Who do you think you are?
Lesson Three: Where do you think you are going?
Lesson Four: Your Life at Age 70
Lesson Five: The Gap
Lesson One: Juggling the balls
Lesson Two: Pressure to get married
Lesson Three: Help your spouse be the husband of you
Lesson Four : Being a submissive wife in Africa
Lesson Five: Demystify other men
Lesson Six: How to celebrate your husband
Lesson Seven: Dealing with meddling inlaws
Lesson Eight: Rekindling the love
Lesson One: Am I too ambitious?
Lesson Two: Dealing with being burnt out
Lesson Three: Support System
Lesson Four: Maintaining Friendships
Lesson One: Quality Time
Lesson Two: Dealing with guilt
Lesson One: What to do if you are more successful than your husband?
Lesson Two : What to do if you are embarrassed about your husband’s status
Lesson Three: Dealing with money issues in the family
Lesson Four: Your husband and your money
Lesson Five: Protecting your money
Lesson Six: What to do if you earn more than your husband
Lesson Seven: What to do if your husband is reckless with money
Lesson One: How to make time for friends
Lesson Two: How to network with men
Lesson Three: How to leave a good impression
Lesson Four: How to toot your horn
Lesson One: Dealing with attractions in the workplace
Lesson Two: Having a clear value system
Lesson One: What does it take to be on the board
Lesson Two: How to find your calling
Lesson Three: How to develop yourself
Lesson Four: Scared to take a career decision
Succeeding in the Workplace by
Dr Omobola Johnson
Lesson One: Building a purposeful career
Lesson Two: Making Sacrifices
Lesson Three: The people you take on the journey
Lesson Four: Rising up the corporate ladder
Lesson Five: How to deal with intimidation
Lesson Six: How to deal with guilt
Lesson Seven: I’m tired, I don’t sleep
Lesson Eight: How to come out of a set back
Lesson Nine: How to handle micromanagement in the office
Lesson Ten: Personal Development
Lesson Eleven: What to do if you are too intimidating
Where will the live workshop hold?
A 4 Star Hotel in Lagos. The Specific address will the sent to registered participants
When will the live workshop hold?
July 12th – 13th, 2019
How long will it last for?
The Whole Day
What happens after I pay for this training?
We will send you a welcome email with further details.
Is there an age range for this workshop?
Can entrepreneurs apply for this program?
Can single ladies apply for this program?
Can I pay for the live workshop and still pay for the online course?
Yes you can.
Can you offer a refund for the live workshop?
We can issue you a refund if you inform us 72 hours before the live workshop. This will give us enough time to find a replacement for your seat. If something happens and you cannot make the live workshop after you have paid for it, we can give you the online course for free.
If I miss this class, when is the next edition?
We can’t say. Ibukun Awosika is an extremely busy executive
How much is the online course?
It is N73,500, but you can get it for N52,500 if you take advantage of the fast action promotion.
How does the online course work?
You will be given a username and password to access the video lessons. The lessons come in video format, and you can watch them over and over again.
How long will I have access to the online course after I pay for it?
You have access to the course for up to one year.
How long do I have to spend watching the online course? You can watch the lessons at your own convenience, depending on your schedule. You can also rewatch the lessons over and over again at your own pace. This is one of the benefits of investing in this online course.
Will I have any access to Ibukun Awosika if I pay for the online course?
No. We can’t promise this.
Can I download the course content?
You can’t download the videos. They will always be available when you log into your account.
How long are the video lessons?
The lessons are between 5 – 20 minutes, so that you can consume the lessons even if you have a busy schedule.
What type of device do I need to watch the lessons?
Any computer, tablet or phone that has access to the internet
Do you offer refunds for the online course?
Unfortunately we don’t offer refunds after we have given you the username and password to access the online course.