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Entrepreneurs, professionals equipped for optimal performance

By Ngozi Egenuka
17 September 2021   |   3:03 am
Participants, comprising entrepreneurs and professionals at the Made4More mentorship programme have been equipped with skills to operate optimally.

Performance coach, Abiola Champ

Participants, comprising entrepreneurs and professionals at the Made4More mentorship programme have been equipped with skills to operate optimally.
 
Made4More is a six-month yearly mentorship programme specially designed to help career professionals and entrepreneurs recognise their innate power in leading, problem-solving, and attaining overall effectiveness in and out of the workplace.

 
The programme was organised by the Abiola Champ Salami’s emotional intelligence, at the maiden edition of the hangout with The Champions Tribe in Lagos.
 
The convener and performance coach, Abiola Champ, who described emotional intelligence as the ability to perceive, manage, and regulate emotions, cautioned that Intelligent Quotient (IQ) was never enough; hence the need for people to make extraordinary marks in their careers.
 
He acknowledged that emotional intelligence strengthens team-building, allows for better leadership and also helps to prevent disunity.  
 
He said: “That is why Made4More was created under ‘The Champions Tribe’ to empower people to dream more; not just to dream, but to deliver on their dreams.”
 
The Champions Tribe, he said, is made up of aspiring and current industry leaders, culture shapers and game-changers, who are committed to achieving peak performance in their space. 
 
He said they are exceptional people committed to nurturing and using their competence, character, creativity, compassion and courage to make a remarkable and positive difference in their industries.

A public affairs practitioner and one of the beneficiaries of the Made4More mentorship programme, Joy Emeghara, said the training had equipped her on personal effectiveness, enhancing communication skills, handling difficult conversation and getting along with people.
 
Six participants were awarded certificates of participation as the first set of beneficiaries from the Made4More mentorship programme, which is one of the intervention platforms through which people are recruited into The Champions Tribe.

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