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Texem Organises An Executive Masterclass For Senior Executives For organizations to survive in challenging times, the like of what we have in Nigeria, Leadership performance has to be enhanced beyond the ordinary. In line with this, TEXEM, a United Kingdom based enterprise focusing on executive education organized yet another executive masterclass for CEOs and other top executives both in the…
Last modified on Wednesday, 19 April 2017 16:14
How executives can be strategic leaders during this recession I t is no longer news that our great country Nigeria is currently going through economic challenges. Economists have established the fact that Nigeria has officially entered a recession for the first time in more than two decades. Going by the figures released by the Nigeria Bureau of Statistics (NBS), Africa’s…
Nigerian businesses need to align their strategies with their environment PAUL BUTLER, Executive Development Director, Aston Business School, UK, in this interview speaks on strategic challenges facing corporate organisations in Africa and proffers lasting solutions to same. Excerpt: What are the key strategic challenges facing African Organisations? Strategy is about creating a unique position for an organisation, a winning strategy…
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Sustainable Amidst Austerity, Resource Scarcity and a Limited Growth World The event "Sustainable Amidst Austerity, Resource Scarcity and a Limited Growth World" organised by These Young Minds took place at the London School of Economics on Tuesday 28th of February. It had an impressive array of speakers at hand who addressed topical issues affecting the society such as unemployment, limited…
Last modified on Thursday, 24 November 2016 11:29
African Leaders Prepare for Economic Growth in a Unique Oxford University Executive Development Programme [SPONSOR WIRE] We live in volatile times. With economies all around the world caving in on them, causing ripple effects that spread throughout our increasingly global planet, investors and... Read more » Transformation in Governance: Sustainable Solutions Robust economic growth and expanding investment opportunities across most of Africa have raised…
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Conference that Equipped Entrepreneurs with the skill-set to attain prosperity from Green Economy Last month over a hundred students’ entrepreneurs, academics and practitioners gathered at the University of Cambridge to attend a seminar on entrepreneurship in the green economy, organised by These Young Minds. Professor Alan Barrell, Entrepreneur in Residence at the university opened the evening by connecting the global…
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Clifford: How Alliance Manchester Business School, TEXEM are Boosting Nigeria’s Strategic Leadership in Turbulent Times In this interview, Dr Nick Clifford, Senior Fellow, Public Policy and Management, Alliance Manchester Business School, speaks on how the institution, in partnership with These Executive Minds (TEXEM), is boosting Nigeria’s Strategic Leadership in Turbulent times for Superior Performance. Excerpts Tell us about the program…
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TEXEM organises master class for CEOs, others In response to the current tough economic climate, TEXEM(These Executive Minds),a United Kingdom service based social enterprise focusing on the executive education market by partnering with major global enterprises and top business universities organised an executive master class for CEOs and senior executives from the private and public sector in Nigeria. The programme…
Last modified on Tuesday, 30 August 2016 11:45
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Nigerian Executives Laud TEXEM Management Education Programme Emmanuel Efeni Senior executives from various sectors of the Nigerian economy, including two Executive Directors of the THISDAY group, Mr. Emmanuel Efeni and Mr. Isreal Iwegbu, recently completed the executive development programme Leading and Managing Human Capital at one of UK's foremost business schools, Aston Business School (ABS), Aston University, Birmingham, United Kingdom.…
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"I am very fascinated by the speakers and the different approaches to such a complex issue and we need to continue this."
Dr Beatrix Schlarb-Ridley (Business Innovation Manager, InCrops)
"It was a genuine pleasure working with ‘These Young Minds’ on their recent event at Cambridge University . The topics presented and panel questions on the transition to the low carbon economy ...
Sak Nayagam (Managing Director, Climate Change Services Europe, Accenture)
I like everything about the programme. I am moved by the passion for imparting knowledge, so much that even at dinner time, we had intellectually stimulating experiences. It has been knowledge ...
Al Hassan Yusuf, (Senior Human Resources Manager, Media Trusts)
I regard the These Executive Minds Executive Education programme as the best I have attended in recent times. Not one of them, but the very best as it was humanly perfect
Peter Atolo Irene, (Executive Director Finance & Admin, Union Assurance)
Fantastic, purposeful and educative-Well delivered and highly relevant.
Salami Liadi Olagoke (Accountant General, Oyo State)
"The event brought together an interesting and diverse set of views on Green Entrepreneurs. It highlighted the enormous opportunities that exist both for those interested in creating their own ...
Trewin Restorick (CEO Global Action Plan)
Executive Development programme at Oxford was perfectly conducted-The Faculty were very high profile with excellent communication skills. The tours were educative, informative and enlightening.
Hon Tijanni Ibrahim Kiyawa (Member House of Assembly, Federal Republic of Nigeria)
Highly Interactive and very practical. High profile speakers with excellent pedigree and track record of professional achievements. Provided networking among participants.
Dayo Babatunde (Senior Partner, Ernst and Young, Nigeria)
"I truly enjoyed the evening, great speakers and good questions from the audience. So thank you for the invite!"
Stine Jensen (The Bigger Picture’ Manager, Sky)
The partnership with a reputable institution and the timing of the topic very apt.
Wuraola Oduntan, (Head of Sales, Virgin Atlantic)

Highly interactive and very practical. High profile speakers with excellent pedigree and track record of professional achievements. Provided networking among participants.

Dayo Babatunde (Senior Partner, Ernst and Young, Nigeria)