Globacom Vice-Chairman, Bella Disu and daughter of billionaire businessman, Otunba Mike Adenuga has made some revelations.
The 33years old who sits on 4 multi-billion dollar boards, including the board of Julius Berger, disclosed that;
“As a member of the Institute of Directors, I attend Director Development Trainings. The knowledge gained during these training help my performance as a member of four boards across different sectors.”
“Over the past two days, we were taught modules on Board Dynamics, Board Effectiveness, Boards & Business Development, and Risk Management.”
“I learned so much from the facilitators. Positions don’t make people, people make positions.”
“Blame in secret, praise in public: handle issues with diplomacy. Dignify people with private constructive criticism. An audience is not required.”
“Empathy is an important principle in management: always try to see things the way others see them. Develop emotional intelligence”.
“A life spent making mistakes is better than a life with no action. We grow from our mistakes.”
“We are aware of (and maybe even practice) SMART goals. There should be SMARTER goals: E for Ethical, R for Rewarding.”
“Celebrate one another and the results of your collaboration! Always bring your core competencies, even to areas that aren’t your core specialty.”