A 5-hour workshop to help you create a narrative, and amplify your message.
Your story matters because it is uniquely your own. No one has your voice. No one has your thoughts. No one has your experiences, dreams, hopes, and fears. No one else can do this. You have the story, and we have the skill sets, passion, experience, and energy to help you bring it to life.
Every presentation, talk, pitch, idea, or conversation made to anyone on the planet, where you expect them to SHIFT (no matter how data-driven) can be delivered in a way that is compelling, and appeals to all five senses.
We are in an age of social media, quick videos, and short attention spans. So, how do you get your target audience to listen to your message, and also engage with it? The answer is Storytelling. Stories are a great way to explain complex information, get people emotionally connected, and prompt people to take a desired action.
Your higher purpose and learning to OWN the different parts of you will liberate really powerful stories, and when you connect them to your personal brand, or any product or service you are trying to promote, you deliver an unforgettable lifelong experience that will leave a long-lasting impression.
This workshop will coach you on how to articulate what you’re trying to convey to your audience and find the words to do that. You will also gain tools and techniques that will help you bring your ideas to life and create stories that influence and inspire. You’ll leave this workshop with important storytelling tools that motivate people to take action, a keen understanding of your audience and their needs, and ways to hone your story through systems of feedback on your delivery tone and style
Purpose Driver x Chief Storyteller
Education & Learning Design
Storytelling For Impact
Saturday, January 28th 2023 | 9:30AM – 3PM | Ikoyi, Lagos
Our workshop holds a maximum of 30 people, don’t miss this opportunity to get in!
Payment details are provided via the registration link above. Your registration is confirmed once payment has been received.
We look forward to having you at our workshop!
Adaora “Lumina” Mbelu
Purpose Driver x Chief Storyteller
Adaora Mbelu is a Bright Light who is passionate about purpose, storytelling, and influence for impact. She is a co-founder at Lumination, an Afrocentric Transformational Learning Company on a mission to empower individuals and organizations to take decisive action to get their best self and best work into the world. She is also a brand strategist & Chief Storyteller who is passionate about helping individuals & organizations own and tell their stories, she has worked on projects with multinational brands including Google, Guinness, Johnny Walker, Microsoft, Hennessy, Pepsi Co, Zipline, TWE Global, Bolt, amongst others. She has also been a talent manager for Osa Seven, Tobi Bakre, Godwin Strings, Denola Grey, amongst others helping them tell their stories, and stand forward in their industries.
Her professional background spans across various industries – Adaora has served as a content developer on the UNWTO Conference, Nigeria Centenary Awards, and International Conference on Peace & Security. She was also the project manager for Fremantle Licensed TV Shows, Nigerian Idol and Nigeria’s Got Talent, where she managed the business, brand, and production of the shows. Adaora was the Corporate Communications Manager for OSMI during the 2010 World Cup managing all communications on the broadcast rights for Nigeria. OSMI was also a broadcast marketing license owner for the UEFA Champions Leagues, UEFA Europa League, FA Premier League, La Liga, and Bundesliga. Prior to moving to Nigeria, she was a Credit Analyst at Citigroup USA, where she received awards for organizational efficiency and team spirit.
In 2017, she was mentioned in Entrepreneur Magazine’s “11 Africans that are changing the business landscape in Africa.” Adaora is a recipient of the Royal Leadership Award by His Imperial Majesty, Oba Enitan Adeyeye Ogunwusi (Ooni of Ife). She is a Future Awards Africa Nominee for “Entrepreneur Of The Year” and “Prize For Media Enterprise” category. In 2019 ,she was awarded “Most Inspiring Woman” at the Her Network Woman of the Year Awards. Adaora has been featured among Nigeria’s Under 40 CEO’s, and Top 30 Under 30. In 2020, Adaora was named one of the 100 Most Influential People of African Descent in support of the United Nations International Decade for People of African Descent.
At the age of 16, Adaora represented Nigeria at the Global Young Leaders Conference in New York, and Washington DC, USA. In university, she was nominated Outstanding Freshman at NKU, Outstanding Sophomore at NKU, and Outstanding Junior at NKU. She was also invited to the National Scholars Honor Society, and Entrepreneurship Institute Honors Committee. She was the president of the African Students Union at Northern Kentucky University, and Vice President/Social Chair of the International Students Union. She was a recipient of “The Spirit of Entrepreneurship” Scholarship by The Castellini Foundation.
Adaora is the author of “This Thing Called Purpose”, a book that helps people understand the true essence of living with and through purpose. Aside from her academic and professional work, She has a super-passion for community development. She is a founder at Socially Africa (@sociallyafrica), a foundation that pays forward to the society through several initiatives. She also teaches and shares transformational content via her social media community.
One of her philosophies is the importance of living a purpose driven life and using as many of her gifts as possible. As a result, She finds several mediums to express her purpose. In 2019, she co-produced and acted in “Truth”- an AMVCA award winning TV series on the Africa Magic Channel. Adaora is a Visual artist, Designer, Photographer, Poet, Rapper – a multipotentialite who holds the belief that we can be many things in this world.
Education & Learning Design
Karishma Daryani-Chugani is a Catalyst, with a passion for supporting, optimizing, and catalyzing this human potential such that it leads to 10x changes in thoughts, decisions and ultimately what a person builds. Her mission is built around the understanding that there is a human behind every project, movement, organization, or system. Over the years, she has worked in various capacities across different industries, garnering valuable experience that she brings to projects. Her professional career started off in the music industry, where she worked in A&R for BMG Records in Canada. In 2004, she moved back to Nigeria where she worked as the general manager for multimedia group Silverbird Entertainment. During this time, she served as projects manager on events such as “Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria 2006”, Wyclef Jean Black/Gold Tour, Coca Cola/Fifa World Cup Trophy Tour, MTV Base 100th Live Concert Abuja, MTV Base/Silverbird Television Partnership Launch, Nokia Guinness Book of World Records Danceathon, MTV Base/Pras Concert, amongst others.
Karishma was the Director of Alumni/Community Relations and Communications at the American International School of Lagos for 6 years. She has a passion for lifelong education and has toured private schools and attended professional development conferences that focus on the most innovative approaches towards learning and leading K-12 education around the world. In her role at AISL, she served in various leadership capacities such as the AISL Service Learning Design Committee, the AISL Accreditation Steering Committee, Diversity, Equity, Justice, & Inclusion Steering community, and the Strategic Vision Design Team. She also received a certificate of Excellence in Alumni Management from the Graduway Alumni Network. She also spent time coaching High School students on life skills that bridge the gap between school and the future of work.
In addition to her professional career, Karishma is a certified integrative nutrition health coach, helping people to create a holistic health and wellness vision and plan to support their physical, mental, and emotional health.
Karishma’s worldview is expansive. She believes that there is always hope for better. As a result, she never stops learning. She is a trained YPO (Young President’s Organization) forum moderator and has a passion for facilitating peer to peer groups, leading them to share deeply and vulnerably, with the aim of fostering connection, community, and a safe space to learn how to ‘lead better.’ She has a passion for paying it forward to society. She is also a leader at Socially Africa, an organization that teaches people to Be Good, Do Good, and Inspire Good.