Henry is a Senior Fellow and full-time faculty in Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management at Lagos Business School (LBS), Pan-Atlantic University, Nigeria. He is the Academic Director for LBS of the Global CEO - Africa programme, run in conjunction with IESE Business School, Barcelona and Strathmore Business School, Nairobi. He leads programmes in Leadership, Human Behaviour in Organisations, Human Resource Management and Management Communication at LBS. He is actively involved in management consulting for small and medium-scale businesses.
Previous roles at LBS include Director of Alumni Relations, where he won an international award - the CASE Circle of Excellence award in 2013 - MBA Director and Director of Executive Education.
Prior to LBS, Henry was Founder and Managing Director of Hebon Consult, an HR consulting company and National Publicity Secretary of the Mortgage Banking Association of Nigeria (MBAN). He also had a stint as Chief Executive of Consolidated Business Support Services Ltd.
Henry has authored/edited four books including "Alumni Leadership and University Excellence in Africa: The Case of Lagos Business School," published in 2018 by Palgrave Macmillan, and "Zik: Testimonies to a Great African, published in 2006 by Derate Nigeria and the Revised Edition, 2016.
Henry is an alumnus of Lagos Business School (Executive MBA 9 class, 2004/5) and IESE Business School, Barcelona; (Advanced Management Programme, Fall 2016). He has post-graduate diplomas and degrees in Mass Communication and in Industrial Relations and Personnel Management from the University of Lagos. He was Best Graduating student in Political Science, University of Jos, Nigeria, and was the Distinguished Alumni Lecture Guest Speaker at his alma mater, University of Jos, in 2011.
Henry is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPMN), a certified Behavioural coach and marriage counsellor.
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