October 14, 2020

Visionary leaders key to sustainable economy – experts

We now know as VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous) and while we try to grasp how to respond to this VUCA world with attuned Vision, more Understanding, Better Clarity and off course resilient Adaptability, surely time has remained inelastic...
August 30, 2020

Leadership Guardian Summit: Fashola, Elumelu, Ezekwesili, Ogunkoya say responsible, visionary leaders key to sustainable economy

According to the convener and author who doubles as a leadership development expert and founder of Rellies Works, Kemi Ogunkoya, nations are already overwhelmed by accidental, incidental and theoretical leaders who have failed to offer substance and genuinely transform lives, homes are destroyed under the dictates of deficient parenting, business leaders would do anything to get ahead..
August 23, 2020

One must be a thirsty learner to grow –Kemi Ogunkoya speaks to MOBOLA SADIQ about her career and other issues

My driving principle through life has been that people cannot become better at what they do until they become better at who they are. Therefore, helping people become better at who they are led me to the path of developing leadership, innovative and creative competence in people and also helping organisations achieve their corporate objectives through their people.
July 7, 2020

3 Ways Leaders Can Enhance Team Performance Through Creativity.

Have you read the book “Who Moved My Cheese?” by Spencer Johnson? If you haven’t, It is a book that basically talks about change and doing […]
July 1, 2020

SMEs must adapt their business models to workable models to survive

The business that will stand a chance must ensure that they adopt healthy business structures and corporate governance to ensure transparency, accountability, and security of SMEs. Another thing SMEs also need is to always protect their cash flow, reduce expenses and look at their overheads.
April 27, 2020

Self Leadership Interview on Rave TV

Interesting thoughts on Self-Leadership with Kemi Ogunkoya and Priscilla Olaoye on Rave TV
July 3, 2019

Quit Trying To Be A Superwoman, Learn To Ask For Help —Kemi Ogunkoya

There is no magic bullet for success. For me, success is a culmination of experiences; sacrifices, vision, persistence, dedication, and so many other learnable traits. I used to be a very shy person, but then I realised that some traits would never get me the life I desired. I began to disrupt my comfort, disrupting my comfort meant I had to learn to become bold enough to speak and communicate effectively in front of an audience and invest in my awareness journey.