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Nigerian women should have a life not tied to anybody’s existenceGuardian Woman

Nigerian women should have a life not tied to anybody’s existenceGuardian Woman
Popularly referred to as the Emotion’s Doctor, Alabi, who is also the convener of Africa’s first Emotional Intelligence Week

Oyinkansola Alabi is the lead researcher and facilitator at Emotions City, Africa’s leading Emotional Intelligence centre.Popularly referred to as the Emotion’s Doctor, Alabi, who is also the convener of Africa’s first Emotional Intelligence Week, is a high impact trainer, who has taught thousands of executives in organisations that cut across different sectors in the economy.She is the first African Master Trainer in Yale University’s RULER approach, a Cornell University-trained Human Resource Executive, a Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapist, a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, Six Seconds Network Licensed Emotional Intelligence Practitioner, and a Pastor at the Fountain of Life Church.So, it was looking like it and then finally I got into Emotional Intelligence.

I attended the two biggest schools in the world on Emotional Intelligence, so I went to finish up for my Masters, with my doctorate in process.When I teach Emotional Intelligence, it is from an African perspective; looking at how culture has influenced our beliefs, behaviour, parenting.

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