The Mindset Series International, an entrepreneurship coaching Organisation, has put together a leadership training for business owners in Makurdi, the Benue State capital.
The training, which dwells on Leadership, business coaching, personal development and mentorship, is aimed at changing the way people live, think and do their businesses so as to add value to their lives.
Speaking to the Next Edition at Lush events center, Makurdi, venue of the training, the lead coach, Nguvan Kyenge, said Mindset Series International “is about resetting the minds of the people and making them aware of their potentials to realize the capacity they have to lead a life of purpose and intentionality.”
Kyenge, a certified coach and member of John Maxwell Team, said her interest in leadership training is based on the belief that everything rises and falls with leadership.
“If anything is not going on well, whether a business, an institution, a company, a state, a country, you look at the leadership. So I’m about solving a situation from the source by helping people to think and act the right way so we can have the right leaders who can lead effectively anywhere they found themselves”, she said.
According to her “this Leadership Development Course, will help the candidates become the smartest leaders they can be. Good leadership always makes a difference. It can turn your life, business and organization around, positively. Good Leadership helps you maximize your purpose on earth and can help you impact the lives of thousands of people positively.”
Kyenge said the Mindset Series International has trained over 250 business entrepreneurs in Makurdi including women and youths.
She also expressed joy that more women are showing interest in leadership training saying the training can help women to be efficient in all they do even in the home front.
Some of the participants, Doom Adama, Deborah Aku and Mr. Dave Ogbole appreciated Mindset Series International for giving them such an opportunity to add value to their lives and to what they are doing.
Mr. Ogbole noted that “It feels good to be a student again at the Mindset Series of the John Maxwell’s leadership school holding in Makurdi.”
He said that he was impressed by the number of women that turned up for the leadership training urged them to keep it up saying “this means that the new wave of leadership consciousness amongst the female folks is rising.”
Ogbole pointed out that a situation where women ask for 35 percent affirmative action, there was need for them to also acquire the needed capacity to enable them take up those leadership positions.