Oyinkansola Alabi is the Lead Researcher, Intellectual Property Owner and Principal Coach of the The YOUTHMAX ACADEMY and Emotions Clinic.
The Incredible blend of gift and skill is one of Africa’s clearest and most sought-after high impact trainer.
Oyinkan is committed to redefining culture and raising emotionally intelligent Millennials and Professionals.
She has developed fourteen best selling Audio and Video products like What Stories are you telling yourself, Writings on your wall, Emotions Mastery, The difference between the Story of your Life and your Life Story, The Emotional Intelligent Youth to mention a few. These products have helped hundreds of thousands of entities across the globe.
The Personal Advisor, Coach, and Confidant to many high net-worth individuals serve as the First and Only Female Network leader in Nigeria from the prestigious Six Seconds Network U.S.A where she promotes EMOTIONAL RESPONSIBILITY as a critical pathway to PURPOSEFULNESS at any level of development.
The Emotions Doctor, Licensed Therapist, Certified Life Coach and Licensed Emotional Intelligence Practitioner, and Convener of the yearly Conference tagged ‘ The Emotional Intelligence Week’ has trained in thirty states in Nigeria and in five Countries.
Oyinkansola serves as an Ordained Pastor in the Fountain of Life Church under the impeccable leadership of Pastor Taiwo and Nomthi Odukoya.
Olakunle Soriyan is one of the world’s greatest resourceful talents. Honoring diverse engagements for close to two decades, Soriyan’s skills, actions, and opinions are admired and trusted as a compelling entity making a real difference by powerful minds everywhere, organizations and even colleagues within and beyond the industry.
He is a mystic – daily and intentionally applying his unusual wisdom and ability to create optimism and freedom, chart way forward, discern new vistas, new frontiers, and next level, display understanding and connection to invisible paths and trajectories of growth within each of us. Olakunle Soriyan is a Mind engineer. Now, since there exists no substitute for knowledge and experience in dealing with complexities at any level, the success of your next program or event or the solution to the next challenge or success of your next meeting starts by getting the right resource person for the right organization.
Soriyan has given several talks and has spoken, locally and internationally, at many seminars, functions, and programs, conferences and workshops to various audience groups. A robust thinker, futurist and transformation strategist, Soriyan’s sessions are inspiring, disruptive, fast moving, jargon-free, full of wisdom, informative, enjoyable and entertaining. Soriyan presents a series of great original ideas and strategies with compelling depth and a rare combination of fact, humor, insights and practical concepts. Whether as a speaker, trainer, preacher, coach, counselor, negotiator or mediator, live-in-person engagements are the core of Olakunle Soriyan’s sessions. Yet, Soriyan helps forward-thinking organizations (who for any reason are not able to host him in-person) leverage technology to bring him to their audiences or meetings in new and affordable ways. His team creates and provides usable support for Web events, customer speaker video through email, pre-event video to introduce and promote live speeches, and post-speech video to support meeting and organizational goals.
Taiwo ‘ODINAKACHUKWU’ Akinlami, a public interest Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria, has close to two decades worked with growing businesses and Organized Social Works Society (Non-Governmental Organizations, Faith Based Organization, Community Based Organization and related bodies) as a legal consultant, adviser, and trainer.
He has done extensive work and research in the area of law and entrepreneurship and some of his unique and practical findings were published in his weekly columns with Businessday and Daily Independent newspapers, which ran for over four (4) years. He pioneered LAWpreneurship™, a project aimed at empowering entrepreneurs in the area of law, helping them to deal effectively and professionally with the legal issues in their business processes and of day-to-day major and minor management decisions. Akinlami trains with unusual insight on negotiation, conflict management/resolution, rules of compliance with regulatory bodies and industry standards as a business, responsibilities of effective for-profit and not-for-profit boards and related subjects.
Akinlami served on the editorial board of the Nigerian Weekly Law Reports, the oldest Law Reports in Nigeria as an Assistant Editor (2001 and 2004), under the editorial leadership of the late Chief Gani Fawehinmi, Senior Advocate of Nigeria and was a contributor and member of the editorial board of Justice Now, a publication of Ministry of Justice, Lagos State (2003-2007). Between 2004 and 2006, Akinlami was a member of the Human Rights Committee of the Nigerian Bar Association, Ikeja Branch, Lagos State.
He has been involved in major legal drafting and curriculum development on matters that relate to children’s rights, including serving on a committee of erudite professionals, charged with the pioneering responsibility of mainstreaming Child’s Rights Education into the curriculum of the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, jointly sponsored by UNICEF and the Federal Ministry of Information. He facilitates and consults for UNICEF and has in the last ten (10) years traversed the nooks and crannies of Nigeria to educate children, young people and adults of diverse interests on the Child’s Rights Act, 2003.
He is a Consultant, Researcher, Facilitator, Conference Speaker, Mediator, Social Intervention Contents Provider, Child Protection/Rights Enlightenment/Education Curriculum Developer, astute Contributor to Brainstorming and Planning Sessions, Child/Youth Trainer to UNICEF, Premier League/British Council, USAID, UNFPA, Child Frontiers, SOS Children’s Villages, Nigeria, Association of Private Educators of Nigeria(APEN), Association of International School Educators of Nigeria(AISEN), Association of Christian Schools International(ACSI) and National Association of Proprietors of Private School in Nigeria (NAPPS), local, state and federal arms of governments and other leading national and international organisations on Child Protection and related matters. Akinlami, an Independent Listener to the resident students of Grange School, GRA Ikeja, Lagos State is the Secretary-General of the Child Protection Network, Lagos State, an initiative of UNICEF.
A life member of the Lagos State University Students’ Union Government since 1997, Akinlami was also in 1998 awarded the Distinguished Unionist of the Lagos State University Students’ Union Government. He serves on the board of some notable for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. He is a commissioner for Legal and Vision Alignment of the Discovery for Men Ministry, under the leadership of Pastor Taiwo Odukoya, the president of the Discovery for Men and Senior Pastor of the Fountain of Life Church.
Akinlami, who describes his childhood as bountiful baskets of dehumanizing abuses, today testifies that he is a transformed adult, spirit, and soul (mind, will and emotion) by the help of God, to whom he surrendered his life on February 16, 1997, at the age of 27. He declares as his Personal Operating Ideology (POI), ‘The World is a marketplace; sacrifices are its rewards.’ He is happily married to his adorable, beautiful, amiable and supportive wife, Oluwafunmilayo and the family resides in Lagos, Nigeria.