Unlock your best self in 2 days.

Attend LEAP Africa’s Values and Leadership Skills (VLSP) Workshop this March.

40 seats available 27 seats left!

Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th March, 2018
9:30am to 4pm daily
Afrinolly Space, Oregun, Ikeja
Early-career professionals / Entry-level employees
Register for VLSP

LEAP Africa’s Values and Leadership Skills Programme (VLSP) is a two-day interactive workshop designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to jump-start your future.

With modules focused on your personal and workplace effectiveness, self-leadership, optimal workplace performance and personal values and ethics, VLSP aids your transformation from career newbie to principled, ethical leader in under 12 hours.

If you’re in the early stages of your career–youth corps member, entry-level employee, graduate intern, job seeker, etc–this programme is for you. Organisations can also register their employees with 1-2 years of experience for this programme.

Values and Leadership Skills Programme

What you’ll gain

Gain a better perspective and greater capacity to lead yourself and others

Be guided by moral ethical codes and an imbibed system of values

Increase your overall workplace effectiveness and become a star employee

Programme schedule

LEAP Africa offers you online learning resources for personal self-paced study prior to the workshop date. This ensures students have a good idea of modules to be discussed in-class, as well as enables facilitators gauge areas of strength and weakness.

Participants will be placed in a virtual group to discuss learning points from their materials and also build interpersonal connections prior to the workshop date. 60% participation will be required to proceed to the workshop.


Chichi Nwoko is the General Manager of Kwese Free Sports, Nigeria, and an experienced Media executive with more than 15 years’ experience in Management, Production, Programming, Media Sponsorship and Sales. She will be present at this VLSP to share her experience and show you how to make the best of your communications, public speaking and networking with people.

She is Forbes Africa recognised, and The National Association of Black Female Executives in Music and Entertainment (NABFEME) in New York named her “An Executive to Watch.” She is also the Executive Producer and CEO of ‘HEY, What’s On?, and worked with Optima Media Group (OMG) as the Deputy Director of International Sponsorship and Sales and Group’s Development Strategy, as well as the LIN television family for over 10 years, WAVY-TV (NBC Television Affiliate) and WVBT-TV (FOX Television Affiliate) in Portsmouth, Virginia and WISH-TV (CBS Television Affiliate) in Indianapolis, Indiana. She began her broadcast career as a consumer affairs intern with WUSA-TV (CBS Television Affiliate) in Washington, D.C.

Chichi also serves as the Network Leader of NABFEME AFRICA, a non-for profit organization dedicated to mentoring and raising the profile of female executives in the media and entertainment industries. She is an Ivy League graduate, with honors, from Columbia University, in New York City.


Afrinolly Space is a creative hub in the heart of Nigeria’s commercial city Lagos, opened for the provision of creative platforms and economic opportunities for contemporary artists and the cultural industries. Afrinolly’s training spaces include state-of-the-art training rooms, lounge and cafe and high speed internet.

Afrinolly Space is located at Plot 5 Etal Avenue, Off Kudirat Abiola Way, Oregun, Lagos, and is easily traceable via Google Maps.

Register Now

Training fee of N15,000 covers training materials, access to online resources, feeding for two days and certification). After registration, and for more information and clarification, send an email to nmadu@leapafrica.org or call 01-2706541/2.