Tomorrow, Thursday 24th May 2012, LEAP Africa – a non profit organization, will hold the 7th Edition of its CEO’s forum – a unique platform for entrepreneurs, CEOs and managers in the public and private sectors to interact, discuss and share insights on business sustainability and succession planning at the City Mall, Lagos.
This edition themed “Addressing the CEO’s Human Resources Challenge” will mark the non profit organization’s 10th year anniversary and will see them reflect on their work with entrepreneurs.
Speaking to you and I at the event are;
- Tosin Runsewe (Chief Client Officer, Guaranty Trust Assurance Plc)
- Chidi Okoro (MD GlaxoSmithKline Nigeria Plc)
- Nike De Souza (Managing Director, People Temp Limited)
- Rob Mollien (President, Together Safe, Netherlands)
- Emiel Lensen (Expert on Social Media and Business, Netherlands)
This event will also provide an avenue for LEAP to launch its 6th book titled “Attract, Motivate and Retain Top Talent”. LEAP’s continued leadership research motivated them to fully explore the Human Resources challenges associated with building enduring organizations and this book is the result of this in-depth research. Be sure to attend as admission is free for all.
Date: Thursday 24th May 2012
Time: 10 AM – 1 PM
Venue: City Hall, Catholic Mission Street, Lagos Island, Lagos
Contact: For more info and general enquiries, call 08185795362 | 012706541-2 | Email [email protected] | Log on to their website – www.LeapAfrica.org
About LEAP Africa CEO’s Forum
LEAP Africa’s CEO’s Forum is a unique platform for entrepreneurs, CEOs and managers in the public and private sectors to interact, discuss and share insights on business sustainability and succession planning. Over the past ten years, through its Business Leadership Programme and CEO’s Forum, LEAP has inspired, empowered and equipped over 3, 300 entrepreneurs. The CEO’s Forum which is funded by Ford Foundation, typically draws approximately 800 entrepreneurs from across LEAP’s alumni network, as well as leading CEOs in the country, and receives significant media attention.