What is personal branding and why is it important? The word branding is common among us, especially those in the business development sector. So, it is not a new word per say.
Coming to leadership and personal development, why do you think branding is important?
To answer these important leadership questions and more, we have decided to feature Architect Ochudo Ayi on The Leadership Show, next week Wednesday, September 02, 2020 by 12 noon WAT.
Ochudo Ayi is an Architect by training and a certified Emotional Intelligence, Anger Management and Fear Mastery Coach with special interests in Personal Development, Capacity building and Personal Branding.
She is passionate about exposing people to their own inner strengths so that they can become more successful and purposeful at whatever they do.
She strives to achieve all these through coaching, inspiring, motivating, teaching, training and empowering her clients. She strongly believes that young Nigerians deserve to be more, do more and achieve more!
Over the years, she has trained more than 1,000 young people on how to set profitable goals and eliminate fear in order to achieve their life potentials. In 2019, she was one of the facilitators that trained over 500 young entrepreneurs admitted into the #UgwumbaEnterpriseChallenge Boot Camp from across the country in preparation for the idea pitching and grant competition during the Ugwumba Enterprise Challenge: Abuja Edition.
As a powerful development actor, Arch. Ochudo is on the roll call of our #RebrandNigeriaAmbassadors, who are young Nigerians contributing to both national and global development with their innovations, skills and passions.
So, get ready to learn and be inspired by this Architect turned human development expert by subscribing to the Ugwumba Channel at https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCOnK-S4Lu6bfKEfs_–9ojQ or simply LIKE our page at www.facebook.com/ugwumbaleaders
The Leadership Show is powered by the #UgwumbaLeadershipCenter and is designed to raise a new generation of patriotic Nigerian youths that will begin to “Think Nigeria, First!”in all that they do.