The vision for LDN was born in May 2011 when 9 (nine) Nigerian professionals who attended the American Society of Training & Development (ASTD) conference at Orlando, Florida and met at the conference.
They talked about the seamless way with which the conference was organized and discussed on how to bring the same passion from that conference to Nigeria and start something similar.
Dr Alo (Founding President of LDNI), who was also at that conference, immediately volunteered to sponsor the venue and breakfast at the first roundtable meeting of the proposed network in Nigeria. Collins Edebiri (Founding VP), who was also at the conference & has been the livewire of this network, got back to Nigeria and immediately rallied and coordinated the first in August 2011 and subsequent meetings ever since.
We all have the freedom to express ourselves but the effect of words and actions can be irreparable most times.
Why do we need to process our actions and expressions?After all,this is how people can understand our perspectives and persona.
This session will:
-Highlight the difference between Tact and Diplomacy.
-define When to apply Diplomacy and when to be tactful.
-teach how to structure emails and messaging via Watsapp and SMS
-highlight errors made while commenting on Social Media and LinkedIn
-define Politeness and Manners in expressions and actions.
-Emphasize the importance of processing before expressing.
The Value of Tact and Diplomacy cannot be overlooked especially in these times. People have become very aware of words and actions. Words and Actions can construct or destruct.
Kindly join us and Boumogha Sagay on Wednesday September 7th @ 11am.
Please register @ https://bit.ly/LDNI_113
Why discuss grief? Aren’t there better topics? What’s in it for me? It’s not worth my precious time!
Hold it right there!
Remember, life is full of sound and fury. Grief is part of life. We all lose someone or something at some point in our lives. Should you lose your feathers when you lose your father? Should our mantra vanish with the loss of our mother?
This session on grief management is worth every penny of our discussion. It will provide information on how to mitigate the debilitating effects of grief on our health. It will supply the needed hope to cope and also answer the following questions;
1. What is grief?
2. What are the 3S’s of grief?
3. How do I handle grief triggers?
4. How do I cope with the loss of a family member or colleague?
5. How can I help grievers without harming?
6. What roles can organizations play?
Life shouldn’t come to a standstill after a loss! Make it a date with LDNI on Wednesday September 14th @ 11am as Rev. Olabode Daramola explores how we should manage grief as individuals and in the workplace.
Please register @ https://bit.ly/LDNI_114
People are the business of any organisation. For any organisation to reach its full potential, be profitable, and remain sustainable, it needs quality people management practices designed attract, and deliver performance and results.
Talent Management (TM) is a key imperative to organisations competitve edge given the dynamic, complex and ever evolving business landscape.
Kindly join us and Pai Gamde on Wednesday September 28th @ 11am as she explores the overview of Talent Management – definition, theories, principles, trends and as a competitive advantage.
Please register @ https://bit.ly/LDNI_115