Session: The Perpetual Capacity for Relevant Leadership
The power of uncertainty is its unfailing ability to create unanticipated change. This is where LEADERSHIP can come to thrive or be disrobed! This talk focuses the leader’s heart and mind regardless of sector to "the rudiments of the perpetual capacity for relevant leadership." In the transition from the Between-COVID (BC) era and the hope for an After-COVID (AC) era, complicated by the visible impact of racial politics and economics, how will the 4th economy fully emerge? What opportunities exist for you? Goals for this talk: 1-Define the tenets of the 4th Economy. 2-Explore the unravelling of the status quo to which it emerges. 3-Identify the demand for expertise in becoming comfortable with the uncomfortable. You will be introduced to your CORE: Concrete Operational Radicals of Excellence and why they are pertinent.
Ngozi Bell is a partner at Trans-Sahara Investment Corporation, a Private Equity and Business Development Consulting Company. Prior to that, she was the appointee for regulatory affairs for the Mid-Atlantic States, with the United States Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy. As a corporate strategist and motivational team builder with vast trans-Atlantic experience, Ngozi Bell has a Physics degree (University of Port Harcourt) and an electrical engineering degree (Florida State/Florida A&M University), Ngozi launched her career in telecommunications (AT&T, Lucent, and Agere Systems) and today specializes in venture capital strategies, technology strategies, new business development, and business growth and rescue. As Director at Lucent Microelectronics, Agere Systems and LSI Corporation in Allentown, PA, Ngozi was responsible for designing and executing the long-term business and strategic direction of semiconductor communications wired and wireless applications. In addition, Ngozi is the Co-Founder of the African Leadership Alliance, and Founder of Entrepreneurship University, Diaspora Bell, Miranet LLC, Womenshistorymonth-LehighValley, and a Board Member of the Lincoln Leadership Academy, the Women Empowerment Project, Association of Women In Science S2M, and the Association of African NGOs. Prior to public service, Ngozi was Vice President, Birchmere Ventures, an early stage venture capital firm with $160M to $250 Million under management.