SPE Online Education
Includes a Live Event on 08/18/2020 at 9:30 AM (EDT)
Leadership is one of the most important skills in building a successful career, relationship or organization. While there are many attributes of a good leader, being a humble leader is one the best qualities a leader could possess, especially when leading without formal authority. In this webinar, we are going to discuss traits and attributes of a humble leader, and how it can help us grow in our leadership journey.
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Senior Reservoir Engineer, ExxonMobil
Temitope is a Senior Reservoir Engineer with ExxonMobil. He has been an ardent SPE Member since 2003 with numerous award/accolades both Local and International. At the Section Level in Lagos Section Nigeria, he served for 9 consecutive years from 2010 -2019 and held several position including Section Chair and Section Director. He also serve as committee member of SPE Nigeria Council from 2011 till date, holding several positions.
On the International scene in SPE, he was member of Awards Committee, Young Member Engagement Committee and Chair of Student Integration Committee. He has served has judge several times for SPE Petrobowl and Student Paper Contest at ATCE and in Africa Region.
Temitope is the Founder of Mathematics for Life Foundation and Convener of Annual Mathematics Conference and Exhibition. An International NGO with the aim of applying Mathematics to our daily lives to make the World a better place.
He is a Certified Coach, Trainer and Speaker, with over 10 years experience, helping professionals develop their leadership and communication skills. He’s also a certified Behavioral Analysis Consultant, helping people recognize their strength, limitations and how to connect with other personalities. He is a personal growth enthusiast, he believes that no one can achieve greater things without growing themselves first.
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