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Ausso Leadership Academy launches #Take5toGiveBack to impact governance at the grassroot

As part of her one-year anniversary commemoration, the Ausso Leadership Academy (#ALA) has launched the #Take5toGiveback programme in a bid to extend the ultimate mentorship experience to grassroots government decision makers in Nigeria. #Take5toGiveback, a brainchild of the Alumni of #ALA aims to impact Local Government Chairmen and other decision makers within the Local Government […]


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As part of her one-year anniversary commemoration, the Ausso Leadership Academy (#ALA) has launched the #Take5toGiveback programme in a bid to extend the ultimate mentorship experience to grassroots government decision makers in Nigeria.





#Take5toGiveback,
a brainchild of the Alumni of #ALA aims to impact Local Government Chairmen and
other decision makers within the Local Government Areas (LGAs). The program
entails soliciting sponsorships from Corporate Bodies and well-meaning High Networth
Individuals to sponsor at least five decision makers from select LGAs to attend
each cohort of the #ALA Signature Masterclasses to imbibe the mentorship
framework for effective governance that will improve their communities; It
cannot be gainsaid that to make any meaningful progress towards job creation
and shared prosperity, Business must move in step with Government and
Regulators rather than each operating in silos.





The mentorship
framework will cover three distinct areas; the first being Driving
Alignment through inspirational leadership
and courageous
followership, delivering a project through relentless execution and imbibing
the virtue of serving the electorate. The second focus area is Winning On Delivering Value, leading
and managing change and setting up for socio-economic growth, while the third
focus area is Imbibing Corporate
Governance and Ethics
, re-imaging the workplace for greater
productivity and leaving an endearing legacy.





This initiative will empower
decision makers at the Local Government Area to enact and enforce enabling
regulation as well as breaking down the barrier between Government and Business,
to foster inclusive growth at the grassroots, thus ensuring shared prosperity.





#ALA set the ball
rolling by offering a full scholarship to Hon. Bolaji Madamidola (Chairman,
House Committee on Education, Youth and Sport Development, Iru-Victoria Island
LCDA) of the Eti-Osa Local Government Area. Seeing the benefit of the impact,
Hon. Madamidola convinced his cohort to assist in extending the benefit to his
other colleagues in the LGAs, and hence the initiative was born. Other
Legislators that have attended #ALA as Guest Delegates are Hon.Tayo James and
Hon. Rotimi Ojutamo, both of Eti-Osa LGA.





Speaking at the occasion
of the launch during the anniversary celebration, the Founder and Chief
Executive Officer of the Ausso Leadership Academy, Austin Okere noted that the
strides of the academy in just one year is a validation of its founding purpose,
which is to   mentor entrepreneurs to institutionalize and scale their
businesses geometrically in order to maximize the jobs they create and ensure
shared prosperity  . He passionately appealed for full support to the #Take5toGiveBack initiative, to enable
more members of the legislature and decision makers in government to benefit
from the #ALA impact.





Thanking all
stakeholders for their commitment and support, he remarked that   one year from
inception, ALA has remained true to its purpose and we have enjoyed ever-increasing
recognition and endorsement by key stakeholders.





 This is highlighted by
the visits of the Hon. Min. of Industry, Trade and Investments, Dr. Okey
Enelama, Former Minister of Communications and Technology, Dr Omoobola Johnson,
Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Mrs Aishah Ahmad, the CEO
of the three exchanges, Mr Oscar Onyema (Nigerian Stock Exchange), Mr Bola
Onadele (FMDQ) and Mr Bola Ajomale (NASD), the former DG of the National
Pension Commission, Muhammad K. Ahmad (OON), the Deputy British High Commissioner
in Nigeria, Laure Beaufils, and many others.  





 We are indeed grateful
to everyone that has committed themselves to this initiative, and we continue
to count on you in our quest to mentor the giants of today and tomorrow,
especially those in government on whom we depend for an enabling environment
for business growth  , he concluded.





In his testimonial, Mr
Udukheli Izibuno, an Alumni of the Academy said   every aspect of this
institution has been carefully designed for the next generation of people that
will do great things. I think #ALA is properly designed and properly targeted
to attract these set of entrepreneurs and leaders.”





In the past year, the
Ausso Leadership Academy has Mentored about 102 Entrepreneurs, representing 10
major corporates from diverse industry sectors and about 44 medium enterprises.
The academy has hosted 47 Champions of Business and Entrepreneurship to share
their experiences and impacted about 400 Guest Delegates with its open Sessions;
in line with her commitment of building a strong Community of Nigerian Business
Leaders and Entrepreneurs.





Using its online
content platform, #BusinessInsightsWithAO, ALA has produced over 50 video
episodes on salient business and leadership issues to an audience of over 77,000
viewers on YouTube and other social media.


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