GOTNI CELEBRATES NIGERIA @ 56 IN STYLE: EMPOWERS THE YOUTHS IN A LEADERSHIP SUMMIT
3rd October, 2016 was a time for Capacity building and personal development at Gotni Leadership Summit. It was indeed a great time indeed and I will love to share a few details with you.
\”Until you learn how to share, you will not have more. Don\’t seek to be recognized. Seek to be better\”
Dr Linus Okorie
Out of my friends love, passion and commitment to youth development, Founder of Gotni decided to hold another Leadership Summit, despite his busy schedule and having been guest Speaker at Youth Assembly of Nigeria during National Leadership Summit held at IICC Owerri. Another Leadership workshop was organized by Gothni on Sunday 2nd October. Where he spoke on Vision & Enterprise: The foundation of effective leadership.
At the Gotni Leadership program held at Rockview Hotel owerri. Dr Linus Okorie ( Whom I have had close acquaintance with, The First SUG President Imo State University, founding President of Guardians of The Nations International, Author, TV and Radio Host of Leadership Clinic on Ait, Managing Consultant New Vision. mentors over 100,000 people)
He told the mammoth and expectant crowd that you can\’t give what you don\’t have. It\’s not good for a man who is not groomed to be placed in leadership position.
He advised therefore urged Imolites to strive to be knowledgeable.
According to him \”When you become a knowledgeable personality, you stand out. and our society can only get better if people come together to cause a change. As a leader.. you don\’t just follow a status quo\”
He went further to define vision and advised the youths to build their vision based on talents.
It was a great time of impartation. I was richly blessed.
We also had a brain storm session by various groups .
Ik Anyanwu – Life Coach, Leadership blogger and Arise Afrika publisher was leader of group one. He stood out to make a presentation on behalf of the group on Remedies to tackle Nigeria out of Economic Recession. Some of the points Mr Anyanwu spoke on includes :
2. Restriction on goods that can be produced locally.
5.Prudently cutting down on current/recurrent expenditure
6.Massive Training of youths on different skills
7.Stable power supply
8.Good management of resources
10. Infrastructural development
11. Bringing on board economic experts like Okonji Iwualas
12.Human Capital Development
14. External training of young people to acquire technological skills from foreign countries
15. Development of SME
16 improved Security
17. Political restructuring
18. Investment in Tourism
19. Cutting down on expenses especially politicians
20. Implementation of Good monetary policies