On Saturday, 16 January, 2021, experts, business executives and human resources practitioners would converge on the online venue of a book launch written by Ismail Tiamiyu, the Team Lead of the Research and Development Unit of Farm Konnect. The book titled Moral Licensing Syndrome which focuses on an overlooked office or workplace phenomenon examines the pros, cons and solutions to the issue that commonly confuse administrators and managers.
This is made known in a press statement released by the writer, Ismail Tiamiyu, who will play host to an array of guests that will grace the occasion. Leading other guests to the book launch is Prof. Ndubuisi Ekekwe, the US based Nigerian professor who is the founder of Famiscro and Tekedia Institute in Boston, United States. Ndubuisi would serve as the chairman of the occasion. The enigmatic Human Resource practitioner and author, Lara Yeku, would do a review of the book giving industry perspectives on the contributions of the newly published book to the handling of the office space phenomenon.
The Chief Launcher is Founder and CEO of FarmKonnect, Nigeria, Azeez Oluwole Saheed. He would lead other co-launchers to give the book the needed boost. Also expected at the online occasion are Sheriff Popoola, Senior HR Executive 9Mobile; Mr. Engr. Hamzat Ismail Abiodun, Team Lead, Deepwater Well Operations, Shell; Mr. Sunday Saanu, Media Adviser at the Office of the Vice Chancellor, University of Ibadan; Mobolaji Bamidele, a John Maxwell Certified Coach and Motivational Speaker amongst other dignitaries.
In an earlier interview, the author, Ismail Tiamiyu, has said that the new book is his own contribution towards organizational peace and harmony as the Moral Licensing Syndrome has the capacity to reduce work place efficiency and productivity. He said “the book is my own way of contributing to knowledge and resolving problems usually generated by Moral Licensing Syndrome in the workplace. I aspire to direct the attention of administrators, employers and managers toward some organisational practises that are often taken for granted but are actually integral to promoting growth-driven processes and resolving Moral Licensing Syndrome in organizations.”
The author, Ismail Tiamiyu, is a graduate of Sociology from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. He is a researcher who has passion for writing. He is currently the Research and Development Officer at FarmKonnect, Nigeria, a leading Agritech company in Nigeria. He is usually motivated to always seek to understand human behaviours and appraise issues through sociological imagination.