Director and Co-Founder
Transformational Speaker and Trainer. International Development Consultant. Pan-African optimist. Author. Impact Entrepreneur. Co-Founder, LeadAfrique International.
Michael Ohene-Effah is a hazel-eyed, right-handed, well educated, tough-minded optimist, lucid dreaming, purpose driven, happily employed, reality manipulating, solution providing, risk taking, goal seeking, problem solving, late sleeping, passive income generating, highly motivated, energetic, disciplined, persistent, optimistic, fearless, and proactive… part-time writer, speaker, business growth strategist, personal development activist, consultant, entrepreneur, husband and father. He is an extroverted introvert, a logical intuitive, and an insatiably curious seeker of knowledge. Simply put, Michael is one of life’s runaway experiments who go around challenging people to unearth their greatness…however they define it.
Michael’s purpose in life is:
- to resonate with love and compassion;
- to awaken the great spirit within others;
- to give off the best under any circumstance
- to develop, nourish and nurture strategic relationships
- to never underestimate the power of the human potential.
- to seek wisdom, understanding and knowledge at all times and in all places; and
- to enjoy, increase, and share knowledge, peace, energy, passion, and wealth.
Michael has impacted almost 40,000 youth and over 8,000 corporate executives across Africa in different businesses and competency areas and consults for-profit and non-profit organizations. Michael is a regular contributor to the beginning-of-the-year programme “Effective Living Series” on Citi FM in Accra and has featured on several other radio and TV programmes in Accra, Tema, Kumasi, Sunyani, Wa, Cape Coast, and Donkorkrom, all in Ghana.
He’s the author of three books:
- Why Not The Best?
- Why Keep Your Axe Blunt?
- Beyond The Extra Mile and
Michael deeply loves young people and light roast coffee and is completely at peace in green, lush environments. Michael currently lives in Accra with his cutably adorable wife, Letitia and their brilliant children, Nana Kofi and Obaasima.