Adeyinka holds a doctorate degree in Leadership, Organizations and Behaviour from the Henley Business School, United Kingdom where he is also a lecturer and the deputy director of studies in the department of Leadership, Organizations and Behaviour.
He is one who obviously values education and has come to embrace the many benefits and opportunities it gives. He also makes sure to encourage many young people in this regard. Interacting with Dr. Adeyinka is life changing. He believes in upholding high moral standards, embracing processes and understanding the purpose of trials in one’s journey through life.
His book, the Parable of the Baker, is a must read for everyone and anyone. It centers on purpose, timing, process and success. The simplicity of the book, and depth of knowledge shared will give you a road map to the many questions you might be asking in your journey through life and purpose. We highly recommend it as your sure guide to living your best life.To ask your questions and make clarifications about the foundation, you can call or chat with us via +2347038111578 or reply to our email.
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