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    Bringing skills back home   emeka anazia Bringing skills back home emeka anazia Presentation Transcript

      • BRINGING SKILLS BACK HOME
      • By
      • Emeka Anazia
      • Head, Learning and Development
      • Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria
      • Presented at the 1 st ELITE NIGERIA CAREER FORUM for Nigerians in Diaspora
      • December 15-16, 2009 - Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos.
    • REASON FOR SOJOURN: Nigeria then & now
      • THEN
      • Terrible Government – Military dictatorship
          • Very Bad Economy
      • Desire to improve skills and knowledge base
      • NOW
      • Democracy – Continually evolving
          • The Bad Days are over!
      • Knowledge Economy - Tertiary Education graduates, International Public Servants, Nigerian expatriate experts
      Emeka Anazia 0802 314 6630 [email_address]
    • NIGERIA’S ECONOMY & THE DEVELOPED COUNTRIES
      • DEVELOPED COUNTRIES
      • Economies of the West Saturated
          • Opportunities narrowing down
      • The issue of burden of taxes and fees in the west
      • NIGERIA
      • Development currently in infant stage
          • Opportunities abound in the different sectors
      • Large and level space for highly skilled persons
      • Government is highly committed – Diaspora content in Vision 2020
      Emeka Anazia 0802 314 6630 [email_address]
    • COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS IN REAL TERMS
      • Edge Over “Resident” Peers
        • High regard for good foreign qualifications
      • Job Mobility
      • Value of earnings in Real Term
        • Cost of living in Nigeria
        • Opportunities for investments and return on investment
      • Very juicy perks for some high flying jobs, including wages denominated in foreign currencies
      • Variable pay regimes available
      Emeka Anazia 0802 314 6630 [email_address]
    • OPPORTUNITY TO BECOME AGENTS OF OUR NATIONAL REBIRTH
      • Early Beginnings
        • Nigeria gave us a birthplace
        • Some of us had our early beginnings here
        • All of us have our roots here
      • Sojourn facilitated by Scholarships
        • from the Federal and State Government
        • others funded by organisations
        • organisations operating in Nigeria
        • organisations and nations with which Nigeria has agreements
      Emeka Anazia 0802 314 6630 [email_address]
    • OPPORTUNITY TO BECOME AGENTS OF OUR NATIONAL REBIRTH
      • It’s Time to Give Back
      • Nigeria is our only Home/Native Country
        • No matter how naturalised and successful we are as full-blooded Nigerians overseas, we are still “considered” aliens in many respects
      • Opportunities are endless and massive
        • Now is the time to come back home
        • The case of Malta
      Emeka Anazia 0802 314 6630 [email_address]
    • CONCLUSION
      • It’s time to claim your inalienable right to participate and benefit from Nigeria’s affairs
      • Leverage on your competitiveness/competence
      • Opportunities are endless and massive
      • Seize the moment
      Emeka Anazia 0802 314 6630 [email_address]
      • CONTACT
      • Emeka Anazia, MITD
      • Head, Learning & Development
      • Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria
      • CIPM House, CIPM Avenue
      • Off Obafemi Awolowo Way, Central Business District
      • Alausa-Ikeja
      • Cell: 0802 314 6630
      • Email : [email_address]
      • [email_address]