Sadeeq Mai-BornuDeputy Managing Director, Nigeria LNG Limited


    Sadeeq A Mai-Bornu is the Deputy Managing Director, Nigeria LNG and  Director on the Board of NLNG Ship Management Limited.  Sadeeq has over 30 years work experience majorly in the Oil and Gas Industry and is an alumnus of the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria with a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering. He is a member of the Nigerian Society of Engineers.

    Prior to his current role at Nigeria LNG Limited, he was the Managing Director of Nigerian Petroleum Development Company Limited (NPDC), Benin, the upstream arm of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) where he was able to ramp up oil production from about 87,000 barrels oil per day (bopd) to a record 155, 000 bopd at the time.

    In 2005, he became Deputy Manager of the Technical Services Department responsible for Cost Control. He has had a distinguished management career as Manager, Plant Projects in the Process Engineering Department, General Manager, Joint Ventures in the Renewable Energy Division (RED).

    Sadeeq is widely traveled and has attended several management and leadership courses. He is passionate about clean energy, climate change and energy efficiency/conservation and also has a strong flair for coaching and mentorship.

    Join Sadeeq A Mai-Bornu at the session titled:

    “Developing Competencies & Capabilities in Disruptive Times” (Masterclass)


    The 4th industrial revolution is here already and as predicted, it comes with many disruptions (both positive and negative) to productive efforts. With increasing need for business leaders to make decisions and predict outcomes with high level of precision in response to the current realities in the VUCA environment they operate, special competencies and capabilities are required.

    The dominance of technological innovations such as Artificial Intelligence, robotics, machine learning and much more is redefining how work is done. Increase in the number of contingent workers, changing workforce demography and the increasing need to accommodate diverse needs and people requirements in the workplace have created more complexities in the workplace.

    Managers must acquire competencies and develop capabilities required to manage these complexities and disruptions effectively while creating positive people experience and business outcomes.

    The session will provide insights for delegates to identify and equip themselves with the required competencies; understand what capabilities to develop while achieving positive business results in disruptive times.

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