Federal Capital Territory, Federal Capital Territory
About our Circle
Looking for members
Being a woman in leadership can be a lonely road. When you butt your head against opposition, bias and the usual challenges that line our path you need a safe community of like-minded women, who have successfully gone through, are also going through or wi...
Being a woman in leadership can be a lonely road. When you butt your head against opposition, bias and the usual challenges that line our path you need a safe community of like-minded women, who have successfully gone through, are also going through or will go through what you are experiencing to give a fresh and supportive perspective. This Circle will offer this safe community.
Being a woman in leadership comes with its own version of bias, and sometimes you just need to exhale. You can exhale with confidence and serenity in this Circle.
Being a woman in leadership means that you may have to prove your capacity again and again. Sometimes you just need a place to draw ideas, test the waters and explore a unique perspective. This Circle is such a place.
Women in leadership – either in corporate Nigeria, entrepreneurial pursuits or mid transformation need a tribe that understands this journey, and speaks the language that we all hear every day. This Circle offers the opportunity for support, networking, sharing of ideas, mentoring and yes even chilling.
The major goal of this Circle is that every member in her journey towards and in the corridors of leadership excels and has the support she needs when she needs it to soar to attain the highest expectation of her purpose.
Is this what you are looking for? Then by all means…here is your seat at the table!
1 Leader, 1 Member
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How it works
Circles are small groups of women who come together—online or offline—for real talk and peer support.
Why join a Circle?
We all need a safe space for real talk, inspiration, and support. Right now, we need community more than ever.