In this profound chat on The Isaac Series, he tells the story of his humble background, investing over ₦40M in self-development in 7 years, becoming a top Human Resources professional and exclusive tips for you to land your job irrespective of COVID-19. Enjoy and share your thoughts in the comment section!
An internationally-certified human resources professional with 15years experience in human resources across functional and multi-sectorial segments in various industries such as Banking, HR Consulting, Non-Governmental and Telecommunications.
He is an alumnus of IMD Switzerland and also a SEED Consultant with Stanford University USA where provides the opportunity to work remotely with successful companies in West Africa as part of his contribution to the vision of Stanford University to improve economic prosperity for African businesses.
He is a certified Talent Economist by Salvo based in Singapore and also a certified Facilitator by Deloitte South Africa.
A highly sought-after facilitator and speaker in conferences and trainings across Nigeria, Tunde is passionate about people and the power to leverage human capital for business success. He has created several initiatives and platforms to develop, mentor and coach emerging professionals. Tunde-Success’s passion for the development of human capital led him to run an employability school for graduates in 2010. He thereafter ran a 12-week employability programme on radio and ran a column in BusinessDay Newspaper in 2011.
In October 2019, he launched a digital magazine to provide access to professional development information and insights to business executives in Africa.
An alumnus of Harvard Business School Tunde has authored three books including The Game Changer- Intelligent Ways of Looking for a Job in a competitive world.
Check on his story below:
The Isaac Series is an online masterclass where African disruptors tell the stories behind the brands they built. Hosted by Isaac Oladipupo, The Isaac Series airs on Instagram Live via @theisaacola every Sunday 6pm (WAT). Its uniqueness is in the vulnerability of guests in revealing previously untold stories about their failures, challenges, successes, processes, and rare lessons from their unique journey. The aim is to transform the upcoming generation from consumers to producers, shielding them from repeating mistakes while increasing the number of empowered youths above the weaklings.