Joyce Daniels, a social engineering practitioner has evolved beyond a brand name to leave an indelible mark in the history of Nigeria as a mindset coach and nation builder through The Joyce Daniel Organization as she unveils the organization’s new logo whose colors and elements represent freshness, balance, making a positive impact on the lives of men and women.

The Joyce Daniels Organization has through its programmes continued to build with its core focus areas in Training and Development, Advocacy and Empowerment birthing the Courage and Confidence webinar, the Titanium club, and others.

As part of it’s July programme, the Joyce Daniels Organization is providing 10 entrepreneurs with seed funding in the Ewu community of Esan Local Government, Edo state and holding the third session of its signature programme Courage and Confidence on the 30th of July 2021 to kick-start the activities of the third quarter of the year.

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Participants of the courage and confidence webinar will expect to gain the ability to thrive beyond limitations, identify unconscious blocks that lack of Courage or Confidence has created in their lives and many more.

Joyce Daniels is a Social Engineering Practitioner, recognized thought Leader, mindset Coach, nation builder and event host MC, regarded as one of the forces responsible for shaping the speaking and MC business in Nigeria.

Joyce is an advocate for Social Justice, Political and Economic Reforms. She is an associate at Women in Business, Management & Public Service (WIMBIZ), a mentor at Women in Successful Careers (WISCAR), member Institute of Strategic Management of Nigeria.

Joyce Daniels has evolved beyond being a brand name to unveiling the engine which has done great work in the past and is now set to do even more. The Joyce Daniels Organisation – a company of Social Engineering Practitioners has unveiled her logo and website.

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