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Based on her diverse educationist role within the education sector, she is identified as E.A.S.E. This defines her as an Entrepreneurship Expert, Academic Scholar, Strategist, and Educator. She is the Founding Executive Director of the leading contemporary global, social, educational, and engagement programmes- Global Self-Education Platform (GSEP).
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Previously, Kafayat was a Course Leader and Lecturer on the London Metropolitan University Business Management Programme and has worked in education at all levels as well as in businesses. She has been involved in designing programmes, lecturing, and leading workshops. She can be contacted at: email@example.com
Her latest books: Global Corporate Entrepreneurship: Perspectives, Practices, Principles, & Policies (Volumes 1 & 2) and Global Business Hybridization: Perspectives, Practices, Principles, & Policies (Volume 3) are available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Rakuten Kobo, AuthorHouse Bookstores, and Website in paperback and Kindle Edition. These books explore in more detail perspectives, practices, principles, and policies on how individuals and organisations can shape the future of entrepreneurialism in a hyper-competitive globalised business context and have been published by AuthorHouse UK. She has written one other book entitled “Global Career Diversity Management and Entrepreneurship: Pathways & Professions” currently released early 2021.
Her mission is to educate, empower, and develop by helping individuals, groups, and organisations. This informs her global engagement strategy including Impacting Lives-Transforming Communities-Enhancing Organisations-Empowering People-Enriching Families.
Her motto: “Be the best you can with ease, Lord’s Grace, and Will”
What People Say
… We thank our lecturer for today’s Sisters forum. Dr Kafayat Lamidi, it was lots of fun being with you. From all the participants and supporters, we love you all. We pray Allah love you more and Jazak’ALlahu Khayran Jazaa💋💐🌹❤️🙏😍💖Hamdalah Amusa-Bello (Barrister).
“I count myself blessed to have met you especially when I had challenges with my thesis. Within a few months of linking with you, I have a new perspective to life. Working with you was an interesting and memorable experience” Oluwatomi Adedeji (PhD).
“I started engaging with Dr. Kafayat from January 2019 on the basis of an academic engagement in my capacity as a business lecturer within which Dr. Kafayat was a Course Leader. Students often commented on her inspirational engagement in teaching and supporting them. Her teaching preparation and delivery are outstanding. She pays attention to detail and always listen to the team. She professionally handles academic-related matters and open to sharing best practices with us” Md Raziur Chowdhury (FHEA).
“I draw attention to Dr. Lamidi’s judicious application of multi-mode assessment. I must praise Dr. Lamidi’s critical awareness of the physical learning environment and its impact on the learning process. Dr Lamidi is very popular with our students – not least because of her awareness that different groups of students require different styles of learning and teaching. She modulates her course delivery and tailors her teaching and learning styles to suit our very diverse range of students (especially those from BAME backgrounds). This is particularly the case with many of our students who are adult learners with little (if any) previous study-skills experience. In the design and delivery of our London Metropolitan University validated programs, Dr. Lamidi has been a tower of strength. More especially in relation to the research-based modules and to embedding the content of the proposed Master’s degrees within a real-time problem-orientated framework. I draw special attention to her experience in designing and delivering career-orientated qualifications and to the painstaking manner in which she ensures that these fully meet the expectations of the external stakeholders (especially, the employers) and that they address the market demand” Professor Geoffrey Alderman (Principal).
“Kaffy is a delight to have around with a good sense of humor and an ability to fit in with good grace and professionalism…” Dr. Craig Barson (CEO).
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THE MANGO, COCONUT, AND BITTER LEAF #INSPIRATION
“Listen, my dear, your antagonists will increase at every second of your progress”. My entrepreneur father said some few years ago.
One day he said, walk with me, I have something to show you. He went to the *mango tree* in the backyard, and requested I pluck a fruit from the tree. Actually the ripe one. I looked carefully and replied; dad, I can’t see any ripe one here. He stared at me for few seconds, this time, my heartbeat increased. He had actually warned me to be prudent like King Solomon anytime I come close to him because the race is not for the ignorant anymore. I adjusted my breath for another few seconds, I said again; dad, I can’t find any ripe MANGO. Beautiful, he said, with a confident tone.
Then he continued…… Nobody will know you when you are not ripped. Nobody will attack you when your glory isn’t showing. At this stage, you are like the unripe fruit. Ignored and overlooked because your fruit is not nutritional. *Here is your first lesson, don’t fight to be seen or noticed, rather work to get your fruit to be ripened.* It’s the nature of man to ignore people who are not productive. *To be noticed, work more on your seed.*
Come with me, this time, he took me to the coconut tree. Look around here and pluck two fruits for me. I looked critically at *the coconut tree,* it was tall and uneasy to get, so I carefully took a big stick and hit it from afar and it fell loudly to the ground. Then I gave the two fruits to him. Then he said, *Here is it, the more productive you become, the more enemies you attract just like the coconut tree.* It’s the nature of man to come for you because you are ripe. They attack you just like you attack the coconut tree. *Don’t be moved, it is your right to fulfill destiny no matter the attack on you* Keep growing. You are growing for two purposes. *One, as a shade for those that are helpless to hide, and two, as a fruit for those that are hungry to eat from*.
Understand this, your *COURSE* is beyond the attacker. Grow your lens of reasoning if you will last long as a fruitful tree. You see that coconut tree, no matter how many you pluck, it won’t dry up because of you. It will keep producing more coconut. It is because it produces more that makes it relevant in my compound. If not, I would have uprooted it a long time ago. Just because your partner betrays your love doesn’t stop you from loving someone else. You are productive, and you need to show your commitment as a tree that is fruitful, not as a tree that dries up, because of one person that plucks from it. Just because someone defrauds you, is not enough reason not to trust. *Trust is part of what makes your tree productive. Keep trusting till it gets you to your breakthrough.* Just because some people don’t like what you do is not enough reason not to like yourself. *Be your first admirer. Treat yourself with so much love and respect*. Nature will command people to take the course of likeness on you. See, look at that *bitter leaf* at the other side of the compound, go and taste it. I moved a bit and I said, dad, I don’t really like it. He smiled and said,*This shows that not everyone will like what you are, but you must never allow that to determine how you grow* That bitter leaf is never scared of growing no matter the hatred you have towards it because it knows, one day, you will come looking for it and it will be your only saviour at that time. You will give it all the attention you thought you couldn’t give.
Don’t stop #GROWING! *When your enemies increase for no reason, pay attention, your success is taking another dimension they can’t handle, the effect is dimensional*. The bitter leaf will attract enemies because of the kind of projection and growth it takes but sooner, it will be the ultimate search for many. *You can be the ultimate search for someone tomorrow,* so *learn to improve your skills of growth today*. *You are not growing to compete with the next person*Coconut trees don’t compete with the apple tree, their seasons of growth and cycle are different. Learn to apply this in your #LIFE journey. Your competition is not with someone else. It is God who brought you on this journey and HE knows when your fruit will ripe, so don’t envy others when their fruit ripens. *Seasons of growth is what matters. Move and grow at your own #pace*.
May God Almighty continue to preserve and strengthen us all Ameen Share with LOVE and empower with HOPE. Thanks
-DR KAFAYAT KEHINDE LAMIDI A.K.A E.A.S.E
KAFAYAT KEHINDE LAMIDI
Dr. Kafayat Kehinde Lamidi is the Founding Executive Director of the knowledge sharing Global Self-Education Platform (GSEP). As an educationist whose role is diverse within the education sector, she is identified as E.A.S.E. This defines her as an Entrepreneurship Expert, Academic Scholar, Strategist, and Entrepreneur/Educator. She is an Author. Her latest books include “Global Career Diversity Management and Entrepreneurship: Pathways and Professions”, “Global Corporate Entrepreneurship: Perspectives, Practices, Principles, and Politics” (Volumes 1 & 2), and “Global Business Hybridization: Perspectives, Practices, Principles, and Politics” (Volume 3). One of her co-authored articles is entitled “Advancing Entrepreneurship Passion and Practice: Women in Higher Education Context”. International Journal of Education and Human Developments, 1 (2). pp. 23-32.
Her mission: To educate, empower, and develop by helping individuals, groups, and organisations. This informs her global engagement strategy. Since 2020, she has been leading a series of critically thoughtful sessions on the Movement Toward Global Educational Advancement featuring a set of reputable scholars in an online interactive discussion. Educating & Training via KHF GLOBAL CONSULT.
Her motto: “Be the best you can with ease, Lord’s Grace, and Will”
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