Emeka Nobis spent ten years of his life working as a Mechanical Engineer for a multinational oil servicing company. During his years working there, he met individuals who were gifted but couldn’t come to terms with showcasing their gifts to humanity.
Emeka resigned from his job to focus on helping individuals who have a message to share with humanity, but are scared, doubtful and confused, to become exceptional by clarifying their messages, build a platform for the communication of their ideologies and to earn by establishing profitable business systems.
He also works with organisations to help them entrench progressive leadership cultures that turn employees into brand ambassadors, trains middle and top managers on team dynamics and communication strategies that increase loyalty, bonding and patronage.
As a practising SAGE, he utilises effective coaching models to aid individuals and organisations reengineer their paradigms, thereby creating optimal cultures for success.
He’s trained and certified in the use and practice of Ericksonian Hypnosis, Results Technologies, Performance Consulting, and Neurological Repatterning,
As a thought leader he helps individuals who have experiences, gifting, expertise or knowledge in subject areas to define clearly what their focus should be, communicate their ideologies using formidable platforms and to earn profitably by setting up processes and systems.
He blogs regularly via www.emekanobis.com and has a thriving social media followership. His Twitter followership is above 10, 000 followers.
He founded and administers a Facebook groups – PEN & INK MASTERS. He founded it to help individuals become truly exceptional at utilising their gifting, expertise, experience, and knowledge to build profitable enterprises
He’s a TEDx Speaker and has been featured on Nigeria Info FM, Today FM, Wazobia Max TV, Wish FM, and Rhythm FM. He has been featured on lots of print and digital media too many to mention.
Emeka is married to Joy and they have a son and two daughters together. He lives in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.