Months ago, Olajumoke was like every other Agege bread-seller roving the nooks and crannies of Lagos streets to make ends meet. On her bread hawking beat, fortune smiled on her after photo-bombing a TY Bello photo shoot – triggering her Cinderella-like transformation to a model sought after by corporations.
Today the story of her meteoric rise has made headlines beyond the shores of Africa with only the discerning thinking about Olajumoke’s ability to fit into her new socio-economic class.
Yes, Olajumoke is the country’s next rated model and media sweetheart. But wait, how is she faring in the area of social skills? Certainly below par because lots of corporate executives transiting from mid-senior to the C-Suite level mandatorily take social skills lessons.
It is a big relief that JSK Etiquette Consortium, a foremost Corporate Etiquette, Professional Image and Human Capital Consultancy is grooming Olajumoke, ensuring she is equipped with the necessary social skills that will enhance her personal development and promote her professional growth in the future, once the corporate and media honeymoon is over.
To ensure she remains relevant and attains competitive edge in her modelling career, the Managing Director / Chief Executive Officer of JSK Etiquette Consortium, Mrs. Janet Adetu, has invested in an Etiquette & Personal Development Programme for Olajumoke through her organisation.
The programme is geared towards imparting necessary interpersonal life-skills that will help behaviour modification, image enhancement, confidence building and the cultivation of leadership potential.
Mrs. Adetu, who describes Olajumoke as being a very lovable young woman with a warm heart, ever ready to learn, said “at JSK Etiquette Consortium, we are committed to empowering our youths with soft skills to advance their cause – they are the jewels of tomorrow.”