Weyinmi provides executive leadership for Ashford & McGuire Consulting’s Strategy Services. He is a founding member of the firm and brings with him 22 years of organisational experience in banking and professional services acquired locally and abroad. He has functioned in diverse executive roles and interrelationships covering operations, finance, corporate services, human resources, risk management and branch management.
He is the author of Ashford & McGuire Consulting’s Genesis Strategic Thinking Process, a model for strategy building based on the creation story in The Holy Bible’s Book of Genesis.
His previous employers include United Bank for Africa Plc and Akintola Williams Deloitte Touche. Prior to joining Ashford & McGuire Consulting, he was Head of Strategy at NNB International Bank Plc where he led corporate and strategic change initiatives. He was instrumental in delivering strategic solutions and in designing and lead-facilitating strategy sessions.
He is a Chartered Accountant by training and graduated in Economics with 2nd Class Upper Honours from the University of Lagos in 1983. Additionally, he is a Certified Master Coach (CMC) from the Behavioral Coaching Institute in Australia – the first Nigerian to attain this certification. He is also a member of the International Association of Facilitators, a global body that helps groups build consensus, maximize participation and movement to action.
He has delivered seminar presentations and facilitated sessions across industries. His knowledge has been broadened by attending courses such as a Brand Strategy Seminar that focused on building Nigerian brands, Managing Customer Equity and Mastering Strategy both at Lagos Business School and Transforming Corporate Leadership, a John Maxwell conference.
Weyinmi’s competencies and expertise:
- Visioning and direction setting
- Corporate strategy design
- Strategy implementation support
- Corporate performance measurement
- Change management
- Corporate turnaround
- Industry and competitive analysis
- Strategy coaching