Fela Durotoye, Lanre Olusola (The Catalyst), Enahoro Okhae, Armin Woerle, Laila St Matthew-Daniel are among those expected to grace the first-ever Africa Coaching Week in Lagos.
The coaching week which is being organized by the Life Coaches Association of Nigeria is expected to draw the attention of Africans to the viability of coaching as a catalyst for change and continental development. The line-up of activities for the week-long program includes; webinars, tweet chats, Instagram live, fireside chat, the main conference event and much more.
The event will hold,
Date: Monday, October 7th – Friday, October 11th
Theme: Life Coaching; a pivot for Holistic Success
The Africa Coaching Week is the first-ever indigenous coaching week held in Africa by Africans to gather Africa’s most brilliant minds. Mucha Mlingo from Kenya, Dr. Hazel Berrard Amuah from Ghana, Joni Peddie from South Africa and Omilola Oshikoya from Nigeria are among some of the thought leaders across the continent expected to drive the conversations during the week-long event.
The organizers will also facilitate free coaching sessions for interested members of the public. This is geared towards ensuring that people and organizations are fully equipped and motivated to maximize their personal and professional life. Interested participants can access free sessions in the areas of life and success, career, business, marriage, stress and sex. These free coaching sessions are being held in partnership with the popular co-working community, Workstation. To cater to more people, these free sessions will hold on both the island and the mainland Workstation locations. Register to enjoy free coaching HERE.
To register for the Africa Coaching Week and see all the great activities and speakers lined up for the event, visit here and follow @lcan_ng on social media. Use the hashtag #AfricaCoachingWeek to follow updates and join the conversation.