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Awojide Emerges First Nigerian Honoured as LinkedIn Top Voice

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Awojide Emerges First Nigerian Honoured as LinkedIn Top Voice

Awojide Emerges First Nigerian Honoured as LinkedIn Top Voice

A Senior Lecturer in Strategy at Nottingham Business School, United Kingdom, Dr. Dipo Awojide, has been unveiled as a ‘Top 20 LinkedIn Voice’ for 2019.

Awojide, who is the founder of ‘Been There Done That’ Hub and BTDT Home Tutors, is the first Nigerian to be included on the LinkedIn Honourees list.

The LinkedIn annual top voices list highlights professionals in a

variety of industries who are building communities and starting

thoughtful conversations on LinkedIn through their articles,

posts and comments.

Awojide obtained a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of

Abuja, a master’s degree in International Business with distinction from

Coventry University, UK and a PhD in Strategic Management from

Loughborough University also in the UK.

1. He has worked in the banking and financial services sector and as a

researcher in the Human Resources Department at Brush Turbogenerators.

2.He is a renowned career and personal development coach who delivers training on skills and employability.

He also shares personal and professional development content to help

young professionals become more proactive, reflective and to advance

their careers; and tips designed to help young professionals get an edge

over competitors in today’s tough job market.

Awojide Emerges First Nigerian Honoured as LinkedIn Top Voice

Awojide in an emailed statement on Monday said he had been active

all through the years, speaking at events and engaging with students

as well as decision-makers.

The statement said, “He was invited by the Kenyan High Commission and

the Ministry of Education in Kenya to engage over 300 Kenyan students

on how to create a university exit strategy.

“He has also been invited by the Nigerian Economic Summit Group and

the African Development Bank to make presentations about human capital

development, job creation and youth development.”

Awojide is a Member of the Africa Academy of Management,

British Academy of Management and an Associate Member of

the Chartered Management Institute, UK.

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