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Our Team

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Lydia Olanike Oladapo, B.Sc., M.Sc.

Lead Faculty

Lydia Olanike Oladapo holds a Masters (M.Sc.) in Sustainable Development Practice and a B.Sc. Hons degree in Physics from the University of Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. She is a certified Quality Management Systems (QMS) Lead Auditor (ISO 9001:2015), Prince 2 Practitioner and an Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems (OHSAS 18001) Auditor. In 2016, she won a World Bank sponsored scholarship for a Certificate in Entrepreneurial Management (WomenX 10) at the Enterprise Development Centre, Pan Atlantic University, Lagos.

She is the Managing Partner of Sweat Your Asset Derivative Limited and the managing director of Outstanding Resource Services with over 20 years of experience developing QMS for organizations, managing customer service improvement, and helping to develop the project management capabilities and capacities of individuals and organizations.

Nike has a passion for nation building and development. To achieve this, she started African Women in Business Capacity Development (AWINBCD) Programme where women in business and women business leaders are taught free, how to ensure their businesses are viable, sustainable and profitable by implementing quality in their businesses.



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Henry Akwuebu B.Sc., M.Sc, PMP, SPHri

Senior Faculty

Henry has a master’s degree in Research and Public Policy from the University of Lagos, Post Graduate Diploma in Management Sciences from Ladoke Akintola University of Technology and a bachelor’s degree in Microbiology from Nnamdi Azikiwe University. He holds a PMP Project Manager certification from the Project Management Institute and the SPHri certification from HR Certification Institute – HRCI in the USA.
He is a result-oriented professional with 13 years combined experience in project management, organizational development, HR, consulting and management with NGOs, INGOs, international development organizations, private and public sector organizations. At different times, Henry Akwuebu provided Technical support to the Nigeria Governor’s Forum (NGF) and served as a Consultant on the Federal Government led Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP)
In addition to his private and public sectors experiences, Henry has also undertaken state and national assignments on behalf of institutions like the World Bank, DFID, USAID and the United Nations. Some of the organizations he has consulted for include; Options Consultancy Services Limited UK (Subsidiary of Marie Stopes International), Centre for Clinical Care and Research (CCCRN), the Society for Family Health, Nigeria Ports Authority (NPA), Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN), Rivers State Sustainable Development Agency (RSSDA), and the Major Oil Marketers Association of Nigeria (MOMAN).

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Henry Akwuebu B.Sc., M.Sc, PMP, SPHri

Senior Faculty



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Dr. Olayiwola Oladapo, MRPP, MCIPM, HRPL

Founding Partner and Advisory Board Lead

Dr. Olayiwola Oladapo is a Strategy, Human and Organizational Development, Policy Management Professional, Transformational thought leader and international speaker who holds a Master’s degree in Research and Public Policy (MRPP) from University of Lagos, Nigeria with twenty (20) years of professional experience spanning the public and private sectors of the Nigerian economy.
His career experience spans working for different organizations like Mac Tay Tack Consulting, Vic Lawrence and Associates, Oando Plc, Bi-courtney Aviation Services and Hygeia Nigeria Limited in senior management roles. He is the founding Partner of Sweat Your Asset Derivative Limited a Lagos based Organizational and Human Capital Development firm.
He has led several organizational transformation and human capital development projects for some of the Fortune 500 companies operating units in Nigeria that include Exxon Mobil, Shell, British American Tobacco, Peugeot to mention a few. As a Development professional, he was the lead consultant on many organizational strengthening, public sector systems reforming and change management projects working on programmes sponsored and funded by the UK DFID and the EU for the Nigerian Government....
Dr. Oladapo is a National development faculty for professional and development institutions like the Nigerian Chartered Institute of Personnel Management (CIPM), American Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI), Administrative Staff College of Nigeria (ASCON) where he facilitated programs on Strategy, HR and Leadership.
He has served as a faculty on the entrepreneurship track of the West Africa YALI Campus in Badagry Nigeria and Accra Campuses, where he has successfully co-facilitated entrepreneurship tracks for more than 4 cohorts in the last 3 years developing over 600 young aspiring African entrepreneurs. He is a Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) fellowship mentor where he serves as a mentor to the TEF fellows and grantees.
In addition to his HR and OD experience, he has professional Human Resources Certifications which include Competency Development and Management certification from SHL South Africa, Mediation and Conflict Management from the Mediation Training Institute USA, Myer Briggs Testing Instrument (MBTI) administrator certification from Jopie Van Rooyen in South Africa and Management Development and Facilitation from the Centre For Management Development Shangisha, Nigeria. He is a full professional member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management (CIPM) Nigeria and holds the Human Resource Practitioner License from the same Institute. In addition to his membership of CIPM, Dr Oladapo is also a member of the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) USA and Organizational Development Network, USA. He is an accomplished speaker and author having published a ground-breaking book titled Sweat Your Asset in 2014. He was the Acting Registrar and Chief Executive Officer of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management (CIPM) Nigeria, which is Africa's largest Human Resources Professional network with over 12, 000 members. Before this role he was the Director of Strategy, Advocacy and Stakeholder Relations at CIPM where he was responsible for driving the institute’s strategy and public policy advocacy.