All posts by: Segun Akiode

About Segun Akiode

Segun Akiode is a Chemical Engineer turned Career & Employability Coach. He is the Author of the fastest selling book “Corporate Misfit: Immutable Career Lessons for Fresh Graduates”.

He is committed to personal development and making impact in his generation. He desires to die empty with his footprint on the sand of history.

On this podcast episode, Segun Akiode hosted Teju’ Fola’-Alade to discuss “Job Search in Nigeria“. Teju is a Certified Human Resource Manager and a member of the Chartered Management Institute and an affiliate member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, UK. She has more than 9 years experience as a career professional within the telecoms […]

On today’s episode of The Rookie HR Show, I shared on “The Human Resources Career Paths“. From my experience, I have discovered that “the more intentional you are in your career the more predictable it is to achieve career success.” In this episode, you will learn: That career development includes defining your own career objectives […]

On Today’s podcast episode, I shared on “5 Key Lessons from the Book – The Start-Up of You!”, this is in response to the question young professionals often ask me that ‘what type of books do I read?’ So my book pick for this podcast episode is “The Start-Up of You: Adapt to the Future, Invest in […]

Today’s podcast is a snippet of my radio interview on The Terabyte Show with Mercy Franck on Kiss FM Lagos where we discussed “How Technology Can Advance Your Career”.  In this episode, you’ll discover: How technology helped me secure my first job in Human Resources How you can use technology to your advantage in your career […]

In this podcast episode, I made a compilation of audio answers to the question “What is Your Definition of a Lucrative Job?”. According to Collins Online Dictionary – Lucrative job is job or activity producing a profit or one that is profitable. Synonyms: profitable, rewarding, productive, fruitful. On this episode, you would learn: That perspectives differ […]

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