NIPSS trains business owners on leadership capacity

The Nigerian Institute of Planning and Strategic Studies (NIPSS) has organized a two-day leadership training for Small and Medium Scale Business owners in the country.

The training was in partnership with the House of Representatives Member representing Egbeda/Ona Ara Federal Constituency, Hon.Akin Alabi who spoke on leadership.

The training held on Monday, November 22 and Tuesday, November 23, 2021.

Hon Alabi spoke to the small and medium scale business owners on the qualities of good leadership in business, attributes of a good leader, conflict resolution and team building.

The interactive virtual session was held via the online conferencing application, Zoom which had more than 100 participants registered.

Some of the participants stated how happy they were to be receiving first hand leadership training from one of the business leaders in the country.

The training ended with the participants asking questions pertaining to their own individual businesses and how they can take it to the next level.

One of the participants, Mr Bayo Sadipe thanked NIPSS for the novel idea and urged NIPSS to make this novel idea a yearly programme where SMEs can learn from business and industry leaders.

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