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Dele Ayo Bankole

Dele Ayo Bankole

Harmony with Self and the Universe

Dele Ayo Bankole is rated by the Nigerian Top Executives among the top 2% in the Education Management Industry. His mission is to help individuals and institutions find harmony for optimal productivity. His leading thoughts have helped hundreds of people to find harmony in their lives – family, work, health, community and Nation Building.

Dele Ayo Bankole is a Thought Leader, Life Coach, Career Adviser, Speaker and Author.

He hosts the radio show Workplace Affairs TM on internet radio platforms where work-related issues are shared and resolved. He is also the convener of the Thought Leaders TM Series.

Primary Interests:


  • Diploma, Leadership

    Daystar Leadership Academy
  • BSc., Environmental Management

    Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta
  • Certificate, Human Relations

    Transform X Training

Honors and Awards

  • Nigerian Top Executives

Work Experience

  • Human Resource Officer

    Church Management Consult
    September 2015 - present
  • President

    Dele Ayo Bankole International
    March 2014 - present
  • Leadership Facilitator

    Lagos Empowerment and Resource Network (LEARN)
    August 2013 - August 2015
  • Lead Consultant

    Soar Africa Concepts
    October 2012 - August 2015

Languages Spoken

  • English

    Advanced proficiency

Psychology Mentors, Inspirations, and Influences

  • Sam Adeyemi
    Success Power International
    My Role Model and Inspiration

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Dele Ayo Bankole
26A. Adeboye Crescent
Off Allen, First Bank Bus Stop

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