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Post-election hardship: UK firm offers Nigerian organisations strategic solutions

Prof. Rodria Laline

ABUJA- As Nigerian business leaders are grappling with post – election economic hardship, a UK firm, TEXEM UK has predicted prosperity for the country if strategic steps are taken by Nigerians.

According to a statement on TEXEM’s website, www.texem.co.uk,
in today’s rapidly changing business landscape, where uncertainties are the norm, the need for strategic leaders who can steer their organisations to success has never been more critical.

The statement by TEXEM’s Director Special Projects, Caroline Lucas asserts that business leaders must develop winning strategies that not only enrich their businesses but also provide a competitive advantage in turbulent climates.

Recognizing this urgent need, TEXEM UK is presenting its customised executive development programme, “Winning in Turbulent Times,” designed to equip strategic executives with the skills and knowledge necessary to navigate and thrive in an ever-evolving business environment.

TEXEM UK’s “Winning in Turbulent Times” programme will take place from July 12 to July 13 at the prestigious WheatBaker Hotel in Ikoyi, Lagos.

“Organisations operate in a dynamic and challenging context characterized by policy changes, transitions, disruptions, foreign exchange fluctuations, increasing government revenue, and ambiguity.

“Amidst these complexities lie both opportunities and existential threats.

“It is during such challenging times that strategic leaders can truly shine by turning challenges into opportunities,” Lucas stated.

The programme aims to empower executives with the ability to harness these opportunities, providing them with the tools and strategies needed to drive their organisations to the top even in the face of adversity.

Leading the programme is the esteemed Prof. Rodria Laline, a renowned expert and thought leader in strategic leadership.

Laline’s impressive track record includes developing the intellectual property used in the chip on every ATM card, serving as an advisor to the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, and founding the Harvard Maximise Your Board programme.

She is a founding director of Intrabond Capital, she has delivered sessions at IESE and IMD.

With her wealth of experience and expertise, Laline is uniquely positioned to guide participants through the intricacies of strategic leadership in turbulent times.

TEXEM UK’s programmes stands out due to its proven and time-tested methodology that consistently inspires impactful change.

Through a combination of group and individual activities, peer-to-peer learning, games, observation practice, and self-reflection, participants can engage in a dynamic and enjoyable learning environment.

This approach ensures that the knowledge and skills gained during the programme are not only retained but also readily applicable in real-world scenarios.

The core focus of the programme lies in enabling participants to better inspire the strategic deployment of limited resources.

“In times of uncertainty, effectively utilizing resources becomes paramount.

“By challenging assumptions and acquiring fresh insights, executives and their organisations can develop valuable, rare, and difficult-to-imitate resources.

“They will also gain critical coordination capabilities, ultimately providing a defining edge to outperform rivals sustainably,” the Director said.

The statement provided testimonials from Nigerian delegates who have attended different TEXEM’s programmes in the past.

“It has been an insightful experience, thought provoking. I have learnt new ways of doing things, especially in leadership and ADR and reaching an agreement in negotiation,” said Bolanle Oniyangi, Coordinating Secretary Tax Appeal Tribunal.

“Thе programmе is an еxcеllеnt onе, it’s a world-class Institutе, looking at thе quality of matеrials, thе quality of thе Facilitators, I think it’s a world-class programmе, it could bе anywhеrе in thе world, and it’s a good standard,” said Glory Idеhеn, Hеad of E-Training, C.B.N.

“Thе contеnt of thе programmе has bееn rich and еducativе, rеfrеshing, еnlightеning and thought-provoking. I еnjoyеd this programmе, and I am looking forward to anothеr programmе,” Andy Uwеjеyan, Managing Dirеctor A&J Construction Company Ltd., remarked.

“It’s a very insightful and worthy programmе on Lеadеrship and Exеcutivе Management. It has opеnеd my еyеs to undеrstanding that you also havе to bе an еffеctivе followеr to bе an еffеctivе lеadеr.

“I nееd to surround mysеlf with pеoplе bеttеr than mе and lеarn from thеm,” Hakееm Muriokunola, Lagos Statе Hеad of Sеrvicе, said.

“TEXEM, is a good platform for advancing leadership training, and I would recommend TEXEM for any organisations or institutions that are, desirous for improving their workforce in leadership and strategic policy making,” Prof. Olatunde Atusanya. Hon. Commissioner of the Tax Appeal Tribunal said. (NAN)

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