Stanbic IBTC LATTES; Women Should Be Identified With Goals, And Achieving That Goals -David Borha

Yemisi Izuora

To reiterate its unwavering commitment to ensuring that women have all the support required to be the best version of themselves, Stanbic IBTC has held a webinar aimed at encouraging women to excel in their careers and improving their social media presence in Nigeria.

The Stanbic IBTC Ladies At The Table Empowerment Series (LATTES) 2022 edition of the Ladies at the Table Empowerment Series (LATTES), themed ‘Rising above bias – excelling in your career and improving your social media presence was hosted by Ayo Mairo-Ese with the motive to inspire women to achieve their set goals.

Bunmi Dayo Olagunju in her opening remarks stated that Stanbic IBTC has adopted the theme for March 8 international women’s day ‘Break The Bias’ for today’s round table discussion, she said the reason is to the call for women’s opportunity is mostly around gender equality.

Stanbic IBTC Bank Plc Chairman, Mrs. Sola David Borha enlightened women by quoting Maya Angelou “Courage allows successful women fail and learn powerful lessons from failure so that in the end she didn’t fail at all’ across boards to embrace corporate governance and subject themselves to their organization’s policies in other to rise above bias in today’s world.

She stated that women must be respectful to whoever they are associating with either low class or high class, with the theme; “Rising Above Bias: Excelling in Career and Improving Your Personal Brand,” where she noted that when fear is conquered one rises above bias both in the private and public sector.

Sola David-Borha advised women to invest in any opportunity they have while continuing to engage all stakeholders and thinking about other people by using their position or office to intervene in other people’s lives.

According to her, women must learn to embrace tasks irrespective of their competence or skill by deliberating and accepting challenges in whatever professions they find themselves in. She maintained that her previous experiences pushed her to accept a role that would have literally passed her.

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