JCI Nigeria Promises Inclusive Leadership

January 3, 2022
JCI Nigeria

By Modupe Gbadeyanka

The Junior Chamber International (JCI) Nigeria has promised to run an inclusive leadership with members, partners and stakeholders to bring more opportunities and a rewarding future for them.

This assurance was given by Ms Oluwatoyin Atanda, the Executive Vice President of JCI Nigeria in charge of South West comprising Lagos, Oyo, Ogun, Ondo, Osun, Ekiti and Kwara States.

She explained that the organisation seeks to uncover and deliver the values, vision, and mission of the organisation for a better and more rewarding future for members through meaningful leadership, membership, and partnership.

Ms Atanda reiterated that the group wants to build on its formidable operational structure for better efficiency and efficacy beyond physical outlook which is important to the theme of the year.

“As we go about 2022, it is my desire to increase human capacity and makes intentional self-development obvious with our members.

“For me and my team, we will walk away from the corridors of norms and status quo and movement towards actions relevant to the realities of our ever-changing world,” she said.

Ms Atanda further added that the year will journey through a series of value-driven programs and projects coupled with a series of diversified community development endeavours and communal activities that will strengthen social inter-relations, knowledge sharing, professional competence that will help members explore greater opportunities.

“It is with these sustainable and long-lasting impact frames that we will look forward at everything. It is a year with a focus on what we can achieve as one team with one direction, capitalizing on the potentials of our differences and the opportunities of our similarities,” she stated.

The JCI executive, who said that all the lofty and brilliant ideas cannot be achieved without the support of the collegiate and local organisations’ presidents in the region, then called on them for their supports to drive all the initiatives together for collective growth.

“I look forward to the supports we will enjoy from all ends (also external stakeholders in the private and public sectors) as we begin this journey to set lasting landmarks that will transcend ages of history for the JCI Nigeria and Nigeria that we love,” she said.

Ms Atanda noted that the group will kick-start the year with the Area Council of Presidents (ACOPs) meeting and strategy session of Abeokuta on January 7 – 9, 2022.

“The session is going to be very vital for our results in the rest of the year, as we draw up strategies and align plans to become workable,” she explained.

Modupe Gbadeyanka

Modupe Gbadeyanka is a fast-rising journalist with Business Post Nigeria. Her passion for journalism is amazing. She is willing to learn more with a view to becoming one of the best pen-pushers in Nigeria. Her role models are the duo of CNN's Richard Quest and Christiane Amanpour.

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