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GSEPMEN2021

*HAPPY INT’L FATHER’S DAY* | 20.06.2021
To our super heroes and esteemed fathers – #GSEPMEN ๐Ÿ‘‘
#GSEPDADS
#GSEPHEROES
#FATHERSDAY
#SUPERDADS
On behalf of the GSEPWOMEN, today and everyday, we appreciate your roles in the life of the GSEP and its ASSOCIATES ๐Ÿ’ฏ.
One way or another, we want you all to know that you are all great at what you do.
You are all RESPONSIBLY GENUINE.
Therefore, in celebration of the #2021 FATHER’S DAY, you are all distinguishedly honoured.
We say thank you for being the glue that holds the GSEP FAMILY together.
Please, kindly accept the apologies tendered by Dr. Kafayat Kehinde Lamidi if your picture is omitted.
However, you are all equally appreciated, celebrated, and cherished ๐ŸŽ‰๐Ÿ•บ๐ŸŽ‰๐Ÿ•บ
PRAYER FOR THE DAY
Lord, please, have mercy upon them as they brought us up. Ameen ๐Ÿ™ Surah Al #Israa Q17:24
ุฑูŽู‘ุจูู‘ ุงุฑู’ุญูŽู…ู’ู‡ูู…ูŽุง ูƒูŽู…ูŽุง ุฑูŽุจูŽู‘ูŠูŽุงู†ููŠ ุตูŽุบููŠุฑู‹ุง
Rabbi irhamhuma kama rabbayani sagheera.
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Thanks to You All ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿค ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘!
Eku ise takun takun eyin #BABA wa

GES2021 FEEDBACK FORM

Thanks for attending #GES2021

Fashioned in a Parliamentary style, GSEP Presents
Global Education Summits (GES) 2021.
Save the *date 08.05.21* @ *4pm GMT*
Dear Distinguished Business Owners, Responsible Leaders, Honorary Professionals, and Trusted Practitioners herein,
Greetings to you all worldwide and Happy Sunny Day โ˜€ ๐Ÿน.
It’s hoped that we are all steadfastly doing great with our beloved ones.
An opportunity comes but once!
So, #GES2021 is an opportunity for all GSEP ASSOCIATES ๐Ÿ’ฏ to meet, engage, and collaborate with the government for educational prosperity.
Get your *VIP* link by email from the CONVENER via gsep@kafayatkehindelamidi.com
Please, use #GES2021 as the subject of your email request.

Thank You ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿค๐Ÿ‘
#GES2021
TO: GSEP GREATEST WOMEN WORLDWIDE
GSEP fecilitate with and celebrate ๐ŸŽ‰ ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿป๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿป๐Ÿนall the ๐Ÿ’ช strong and great women on this platform. We want you all to know that you are all uniquely imparting knowledge. We acknowledge and appreciate your Impactful contributions.
Please, kindly and joyfully accept this token as our gift ๐ŸŽto you- #GSEP prayer for you all is that God Almighty will continue to enrich you in knowledge, wisdom, and understanding. Heavenly Father will execute your plans, projects, and crown ๐Ÿ‘‘ your efforts with His unconditional favours and compensate you in the Hereafter with paradise๐Ÿคฒ.
To all beloved mothers, beautiful sisters, and great women of all walks of life, GSEP says: Well done ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ’‹๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘
Massive Congratulations
๐ŸŽŠ ๐ŸŽŠ.

#globalselfeducationplatform
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#KHFGLOBAL
#internationalwomensday2021โ™ฅ๏ธ๐ŸŽˆโ™ฅ๏ธ
HAPPY INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY
#GSEPWOMEN Transform with Legacy
https://kafayatkehindelamidi.com/2021/03/25/being-a-well-womens-entrepreneurial-leadership-with-legacy/

This lecture is dedicated to the celebration of the GSEP international Womenโ€™s Day 2021

Generally, and as you may be aware, there are many connotations attached to the term โ€˜WELLโ€™.
Particularly, WELL as in being strong and healthy (i.e., a good state of health and well-being). Obviously, this conveys the rationale for using โ€˜being wellโ€™ as part of the topic.
Secondly, WELL as in Water Well (i.e., becoming a source of where we fetch from). Judiciously, this justifies the importance of also addressing my topic as โ€˜Being a wellโ€™.

So, either way, is acceptable.
Therefore, both interpretations are relevant to this lecture and have a fit-for-purpose for my WELL concept.
So, in this lecture, WELL stands for Womenโ€™s Entrepreneurial Leadership with Legacy.
Therefore, my opening questions for you all are:
i) Do you want to leave a legacy of pain and suffering or empowerment and upliftment?
ii) Be a high flying WELL? Because to fly high you must have the strength; being energetic, fit, and strong
iii) Would you like to become a WELL for others to fetch from?
Whichever you choose to do, the big question is HOW?

In brief, I highlight some examples. For instance, from the leadership role aspect, you may become a: Business Leader, Community Leader, Civil Leader, Religious/Spiritual Leader, Tech Leader, Corporate Leader (such as Women in Business, Women in HE, Women in Health, Women in STEM, Founding Executive Director, CEO extend the list).


From the entrepreneurial role aspect and under the umbrella of what I consider to be Womenpreneur herein refer to as WE (which combines the 1st and 2nd letters of my topic), and which is inclusive of our family life, we have the following:
Serialpreneur (a serial entrepreneur suggests that as a woman we must not limit ourselves. E.g., you can be a businesswoman and a scholar).
Mompreneur (we can combine our motherhood and parenting skills to help educate first-time mothers, new parents et.c.).
Muslimpreneur (we need to start utilising and maximising our religious practices to inform our business actions, decisions, and business ethics). This is to ensure that we are transacting and trading morally and ethically in accordance with the Islamic doctrine.
Youthpreneur (otherwise known as young women entrepreneurs- what are we doing to help them grow). How? We can support them, and their initiatives by being their mentors, coaches, role models.


Therefore, LEGACY within the context of my lecture is our achievements/accomplishments including the IMPACT we are making on peopleโ€™s lives and the IMPRINT we are leaving in the places we are visiting. My message here is that we need to make ourselves more relevant to humanity and society at large as women leaders and/or as entrepreneurial women. Do you know your legacy may transform someone’s life.


Let us look back to history. Over the past couple of decades, we have been witnessing a series of empowerment initiatives including different sets of programmes around female engagement in leadership and entrepreneurship. For example, and most recently was the GSEPOWER2020 which focuses on empowering future global leaders.
Perhaps, it is a CHOICE. We have the option to choose and create our identity- to become a leader or an entrepreneur or fit into both.

One thing I would like us to bear in mind is that a WELL is a structure build in the ground by digging or drilling until liquid resources i.e., water can be accessed.
Given this description of a WELL, the closing questions are: Are you ready for the WELL challenge? Would you like to be drill or dig like a well?
So, for our self-reflection, think about: (i) how the depth (I am talking about 10-30 feet deep) of a well resonate with you? (ii) number of time that a WELL will supply water to the neighbourhood community. How many people will visit, fetch, and drink from your WELL?

While reflecting on the thought-provoking questions, in todayโ€™s lecture, I Dr. Kafayat Kehinde Lamidi hereby leave you with my legacy titled โ€œBeing a WELL: Womenโ€™s Entrepreneurial Leadership with Legacy.

My concluding remark is that:
Since we are advocating for education and if half of the education is insufficient, I encourage us to keep learning and keep exploring. Therefore, for further reading, get a copy of the book โ€œGLOBAL CAREER DIVERSITY MANAGEMENT & ENTREPRENEURSHIP: PATHWAYS & PROFESSIONS from Amazon.

How can we empower future global leaders?
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Congratulations Kafayat, Your personalized Certificate of Attendance is now available.

I successfully completed the module The Book Publishing Process: An Elsevier Author Workshop (120 minutes) on Elsevier Researcher Academy. https://researcheracademy.elsevier.com/#.XtemOOXPH5A.
2020 California Entrepreneurship Educators Conference marked my 5th year of joining the ICSB Global Family. This certificate itself is a reminder of my virtual engagement with a worldwide community of academics, entrepreneurship educators, and practitioners during the COVID-19 global lockdown about the future of entrepreneurship education and research. It has been a great experience to participate in this year 2020 California Entrepreneurship Educators Conference (CEEC) powered by International Council for Small Business (ICSB). The worldโ€™s largest online academic and entrepreneurs conference.

A round of applause to the organising committee for effectively and virtually coordinating an event that housed over 1100 participants from around the world via Whova App!

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Global Self-Education Platform Lecture Series 9
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February-April Event

GSEPROSPERITY: Towards A Global Educational Advancement

Towards A Global Educational Advancement

We are running a seasonal lecture series of professional conversation on relationship reconciliation: dichotomy and dilemma with international speakers starting from February 15, 2020. The purpose of addressing this issue is to promote peace and love in relationships. The objective is to foster a movement toward global educational advancement, choice, completion, and attainment. A comprehensive insight is provided into real-life cases using pseudonyms to conceal the characters. Please, for your catch up, start with Part 1 and/or download the case brief attached below prior to the events, listening to or watching the audio and/or video series.

GSEPROSPERITY SERIES PART 1
Towards A Global Educational Advancement
GSEPROPERITY SERIES PART 2.
This engaging conversation with Mr Mansuur reflects on relationship reconsideration vs. retaliation and short courses options and many more.
GSEPROSPERITY SERIES PART 3.
In this face-to-face conversational chat with Barrister Hamdallah, insight was provided on a range of educational challenges and relationship matters.
GSEPROSPERITY SERIES PART 4.
This interactive dialogue between two Drs. offers lessons in so many ways including educational challenges and clarifications, relationship dichotomies and dilemmas, communication issues, academic matters, matrimonial crises, family wars, and many more.
GSEPROSPERITY SERIES PART 5.
In this interactive webinar session with Dr. Ibrahim, we open the discussion with the concept of love and talked about behavioural management in relationships, academic politics, supervisor-supervisee relationship issues, contextual challenges, and many more. We instigate that to forgive is to forget. While we provide some actionable recommendations regarding individual responsibility and political accountability, we offer advice for aspiring learners, listeners, and prospective Ph.D. candidates.

GSEPROSPERITY SPECIAL GUESTS

Mr Balogun Mansuur Adewale
He is an author. He is a graduate of Financial Administration, Digital Marketing and Alumni of Fate Foundation Aspiring Entrepreneur Programme (AEP14, 2005). With over a decade experience in entrepreneurship, finance and digital skills, he has trained over 1000 people both online and offline and has influenced thousands of people with his writing through his blog www.empowermite.com and social media.
Through his career, business and personal development coaching, he helps individuals and organisations in their transformational process starting from idea, growth and sustainability.
As a social reformer, he is presently working on the Education and Reorientation Academy (ERA) facebook.com/EraAfrica to help youths get traction of their career and personal development using digital and vocational skills.
Mrs. Hamdalah Bello-Amusa
She is a Barrister and Solicitor and the Founder of Ahabab Centre. She holds a Diploma in Law and a Bachelor Degree in Islamic Studies from Lagos State University (LASU); Degree in Law (LLB) and LLM in International Law both from the University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom. She is an author, an eloquent speaker and a lecturer.
Dr. Ibraheem Akosile Oluwafemi
He is both an Academic and a Management Consultant.  He is a Principal Lecturer in the Department of Business Administration and Management, Lagos State Polytechnic and CEO Nuggets Consults international.
He holds a bachelor degree in Business Administration from the University of Lagos; MSc in Management and MSc in Operations Research both also from the University of Lagos; MSc in International Business and Trade from University of Goteborg, Sweden; and a PhD degree in Business and Management from the University of Salford, Manchester, United Kingdom.
He is a mentor and speaker who has spoken at different professional events and youth forum in Nigeria.
Engr. Dr. Mrs. Falilat Olaitan Jimoh
She is an IT expert and work for the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA). Her commitment to community service engagement led to the launch of the Bounties Charity Initiative and hold the position of the Executive Director. Bountiis is a Muslimah Women charity dedicated towards empowerment of women.
She schooled in her home country, Nigeria and in the UK where she obtains a Ph.D. in Artificial Intelligence. She is a recognised chartered IT professional (C.itp) and a registered engineer (R.Engr.). She is a happily married mother of four children.

2020 CEEC ICSB 16-17th April

This track was hosted by Dr. George Acheampong of Ghana University Business School who shares some strategies including prototyping, commercialisation of university ideas, assigning entrepreneurial planning tasks to 15-20 students, organising entrepreneurship fair financed by the students for the students, business model canvas, and the development of the tertiary education programme by the University.
Dr. Kafayat Kehinde Lamidi shares her expertise and experience in entrepreneurship education challenges and solutions. She talks about extending African classrooms beyond the local horizon to encompass researching the international environment. She summons the replication of the Western context into the African institutions. She identifies resources at multilevel (individual, faculty, institution, and national) as key issues (opportunities and threats) in delivering effective entrepreneurship education.
Professor Wayne Jones contributes his thoughtful insight and also emphasises on resources.

International Women’s Month

Dr. Lamidi delivers keynote speech entitled: Accountability at FOMWA Congress 2020
This short educative clip is a reminder about ethics. It is to ignite our subconsciousness regarding doing what is right.
Accountability, Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion (IDEA)

In this 20 minutes lecture, and by exploring the key question “How does IDEA translate to you?”, Dr. Kafayat focuses on clarifying and understanding accountability, equity, diversity, and inclusion. She draws an inference from the ‘girl-child’ vs. ‘boy-child’ perspectives and talks about the 5Ps of managing the global coronavirus plague. She argues that inclusion starts with bridging the imbalance gender gap within the family. As much as we are empowering the ‘girl-child’ to be more independent, outspoken, and confidence in her education, boardroom, business as well as in government, we need to equally be accountable for guiding and counselling the ‘boy-child’ from childhood to adulthood and to manhood to become more responsible and reliable. In doing so, this will prevent our boys from forming the gangster committees that could lead to making our communities more vunerable to dangerous associates. The consequences of neglecting and/or uplifting one gender at the detriment of the other are enormous because, in their diverse roles and capabilities, both genders contribute to the sustainable economic development of the society.

FOMWA Congress Event’s Programme 2020

January Event

It was a great honor and privilege to deliver a live interactive lecture on romantic relationships to female professionals and entrepreneurs at the Sisters’ Forum UK. Thanks to all the distinguished participants for their active engagement.

Dance It Out – Dr. Kafayat Kehinde Lamidi
Women Group Session on Relationships- Who is To Blame?

Alhamdulilahi for its success & profound appreciation to our august lecturer (Dr Kafayat Lamidi) in the month of January ๐Ÿ˜ƒ! Jazakun lahu khaeran!

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