Looking for A Guest Faculty on “Career Planning & Resilience During Disruption” for Tekedia Mini-MBA

Looking for A Guest Faculty on “Career Planning & Resilience During Disruption” for Tekedia Mini-MBA

I wrote a few minutes ago that we’re entering a new age in Africa where digital technologies would disrupt many professional jobs, as Africa’s largest bank by customer base, plans to cut up to 75% of its workforce. I announced in that piece that we would add a new session for Tekedia Mini-MBA: “Career Planning & Resilience During Disruption”.

Tekedia Institute, a unit of non-profit African Institution of Technology, offers an innovation management 4-month program, optimized for business execution and growth, with digital operational overlay. It is 100% online.

By this note, we are looking for a Guest Faculty who can help us develop and lead a session on “Career Planning & Resilience During Disruption”. Our programs are not live – they are recorded, so you would never be required to be live at any time. A session involves primarily class notes and videos.

If you are interested, email here on click. We will be in touch with guidelines. You will join other faculty members from MIT, Microsoft, Flutterwave, Deloitte, AIICO, Kendor, Sherwin Williams, etc.

Please help with recommendations by possibly sharing with experts who can help on this community service. We already have a session on Human Capital Management which a HR Leader from Kendor Consulting will handle. This one will focus as noted.

Update: We will run a Tekedia Career Week dedicated to career planning and development. Accordingly, we are bringing multiple dimensions on career planning from leading experts and thought-leaders.

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5 thoughts on “Looking for A Guest Faculty on “Career Planning & Resilience During Disruption” for Tekedia Mini-MBA

  1. I’m happy to say I’ve been confirmed to take this course in the mini-MBA

    Thanks friends for your trust in me and to Prof for giving a platform to share with great minds like you

    See you later! Looking forward to learning as well

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    1. Thank you so much for coming on board. In short, besides the Tekedia Mini-MBA, we will dedicate a special week to be called Tekedia Career Development Week where people can learn about career development. The interests from young people are huge and we are very excited to have professionals in this domain to lead this. Again, thank you so much.

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  2. Hello Professor Ndubuisi, this is indeed a great one. I’m much elated about it because of the two life skills you mentioned: career planning and resilience. I’ve coached and trained young people on this for close to a decade. It will be my pleasure to work with Dupe in facilitating this

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