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APRIL 08-12, 2018 / LAGOS, NG


It is with great pleasure that The Institute for Work and Family Integration in collaboration with the Lagos Business School invites you to participate in our Internationally acclaimed ‘Work & Family Conference, 2019’ with a theme ‘THE EMPLOYEE JOURNEY: ENHANCING ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE INSPITE LIFE CHANGES’ – Employee moments that matter.

The conference will focus on adopting a compelling and consistent system, that holistically embraces the employee in today’s increasingly complex world of talent management, towards engaging them for better productivity. It has been said that mapping your employees’ journeys has a domino effect on improving client experience, reaching business goals and increasing the bottom line.


Lagos Oriental Hotel, 3 Lekki
Road, Victoria Island Lagos.


Wednesday 22nd May 2019.

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  • The Human Person and current organizational realities: HR the conscience of the organization
  • The Human Side of Organizational Policies: Creating a Culture of Caring, Connection, and Support
  • Multigenerational Workforce: Engaging the Millennials.
  • Impact of Toxicity on The Employee and Productivity: Cross-Over and Spillover Effects
  • Measuring the ROI and Business Outcomes of the Employee Experience: Gathering and providing data to support HR proposals to Management

Should i Attend?

  • Discover the trends in satisfaction, experience, and journey of your internal customers
  • Know how to enhance the benefits of family-friendly policies.
  • Learn the effects of a toxic work environment on the family and verse versa.


  • Value System for and beyond the millennials.
  • Need to treat the employee as a human being across their different touch points.
  • The power of Organizational Culture.
  • The appreciative asset of the employee

Our Speakers
Presentation Slides


Michael Thomas

Emmanuel imafidon

Ifeyinwa Awagu

Lola Esan

Lola Esan



Director, People & Organization, EY West Africa


Human Resources Director, Friesland Campina Wamco


Vice President, Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria


Director, Institute of Humanities, Pan Atlantic University


GM HR, Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc


HR Director FBN Quest


Udom Inoyo, President Chartered Institute of Personnel Mangement Executive Director, Human Resources, ExxonMobil.

Udom Uko Inoyo holds a bachelor’s degree in both Political Science and Law and was called to The Nigerian Bar as Solicitor & Advocate of the Supreme Court in 1988. He joined Mobil Producing Company as an Employee Relations Coordinator and soon became the Compensation and Benefits Advisor, ExxonMobil Europe, Africa & Middle East Center of Expertise, in Brussels, Belgium, where he had responsibility for the National Salary Programs of 10 African and 4 European countries.

Udom returned to Nigeria as Manager, Human Resources Policies & Programs for Mobil Producing Nigeria and by 2004, he was appointed to the Board as Executive Director and has chaired both the External Affairs and Human Resources committees of the Oil Producers Trade Sector (OPTS).

His passion for human and community development by eradicating poverty through education lead him to launch The Inoyo Toro Foundation.


Professor Franca Ovadje has a PhD in Business Administration from the IESE Business School in Barcelona Spain. She was a pioneer faculty member of the Lagos Business School (LBS) where she led sessions on Leadership, Change Management and Human Resource Management. She also taught on the African AMP at the IESE Business School in Barcelona and on several programmes in South Africa and Ghana. She is a visiting Professor at the Strathmore Business School in Kenya. For almost two decades, Professor Ovadje has contributed to the development of Human Resource professionals in Nigeria through her programmes at the LBS and through mentoring.

In 2005, she received the African Management Scholar award. Franca is the author of the book ‘Change Leadership in Developing Countries’ published by Routledge, New York as well as several articles, book chapters and case studies including “What it takes to lead change in Africa” published in the Harvard Business Review case collection. She is the co-editor of the ‘Handbook of Organizational Change in Africa’ which will be published by Routledge, UK later this year. Professor Ovadje is an active consultant to industry. She recently founded the Danne Institute for Research.


Santi Martinez CEO, founding partner and trainer Providentia Ltd, Born in Barcelona and based in Helsinki, Santi Martínez holds a Master’s Degree in Political Science from the University of Helsinki, Finland, and a Master’s in Business Administration from the Helsinki School of Economics. Founding partner and CEO of Providentia Ltd, a Finnish company that offers leadership training, Santi lectures on leadership issues in Finland and abroad for companies, NGO’s and educational institutions both public and private. Santi is a regular visiting faculty on Leadership, Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility in universities as Aalto University, University of Tampere, Helsinki School of Business and Strathmore Business School. He has also been visiting faculty at IESE Business School.

Santi Martínez is a member of IECO - Institute for Ethics in Communication and Organizations in Valencia, Spain. He is also a founder and regular columnist of, the #1 blog in the Nordic Countries on leadership related issues.

Presently Santi’s topics of interests are excellence in character, happiness, and motivation, which he gets hiking in Finnish Lapland and running development cooperation programs in different countries.



Grab your ticket now!

Register to join the 200 select groups of top decision makers from other organization cutting across different industries, great networking opportunity! Be part of the conversation on strategies for mapping your employee's journey as a means of improving productivity for successful business.

Conference Registration Fee

Project Office

No 1/5, Owel Linkso Street, Dreamworld Africana / Orchid Hotel Way, 2nd Toll plaza (before VGC Roundabout) Lekki, Lagos, Nigeria.