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Leadership Coach, Linus Okorie Marks Golden Jubilee Anniversary Amidst Fanfare

Renowned leadership coach and CEO, GOTNI Leadership Centre, Linus Okorie MFR is set to mark his golden jubilee anniversary amidst fanfare, a catalogue of achievements and a book launch.

He is a loud campaigner for effective leadership in the country which he believes can get the nation working the way it ought to. 

A motivational speaker, his GOTNI Leadership Centre has over the decades organised executive leadership and mentorship trainings that have assisted public and private organizations function optimally. 
It has assisted in empowering them to become better team leaders, to challenge the conventional approach to leadership, and to achieve their team's corporate vision.

With years of leadership training experiences that span across different organisations, Okorie's GOTNI Leadership Centre is established as a hub for African and global business, social, and political leaders. 

The organization says its focus is on redefining Africa's approach to leadership. 
Apart from raising an army of leaders who are changing the face of public and private sectors, Okorie is a popular face on TV where he discusses the need for organizations to activate their potentials and hit their goals with the right team and management. 

A holder of national honour of Member of Order of Federal Republic (MFR), he has continued to receive goodwill messages from friends and associates who extol his height at 50. One of them is a senior journalist and publisher, Dele Momodu. 

He wrote, "Let me be the first to congratulate you ahead of your 50th birthday tomorrow... Many happy returns..."
In commemoration of his golden jubilee anniversary, an event tagged Leadership Reflections will be held in his honour on Tuesday, April 30 at 10:00am Abuja Transcorp Hilton Hotel.
It will feature leadership coaching, keynote address, panel discussion, and more. 

This will be followed by a black-tie dinner at the same date and venue.

The time is 6:00pm and the dress code is suit with black tie and dinner gown.

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