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The crucial role of male leadership in the banking sector: Dr. Ekundayo Walton Gilpin thrills audience

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The crucial role of male leadership in the banking sector: Dr. Ekundayo Walton Gilpin thrills audience


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By Ibrahim Saddam, an external contributor

Dr. Ekundayo Walton Gilpin emphasised the paramount importance of adaptability and resilience in navigating the complexities of the banking sector. He highlighted the need for male executives to remain agile, constantly evolving to stay abreast of technological advancements, regulatory changes, and market trends.

“Flexibility and a willingness to embrace change are not just desirable but essential qualities for success in our industry,” he remarked, underlining the peace at which innovation and disruption shape the banking landscape.

In today’s rapidly evolving financial landscape, the role of a male executives in the banking sector is undergoing significant transformation. To gain deeper insights into this dynamic environment, I had the privilege of sitting down with Dr. Gilpin the esteemed Managing Director of the Rokel Commercial Bank. Our conversation was rich with perspectives on the challenges, opportunities, and strategies for success for men in leadership positions within the banking industry.

When delving into the unique challenges faced by male executives, Dr. Gilpin drew attention to the critical imperative of fostering diversity and inclusion within the workplace.

“As leaders, it is incumbent upon us to actively champion gender equality and cultivate an environment where all employees feel valued and empowered,” he continue to conviction. He emphasised the importance of instituting mentorship and sponsorship programs to bolster the professional advancement of women in banking, advocating for a more balanced representation at all levels of leadership.

Furthermore, Dr. Gilpin underscored the significance of effective communication and collaboration in driving organizational success. “Building robust relationships with stakeholders, both internal and external, is paramount for achieving our strategic objectives”, he emphasised.

The cornerstone of this relationship, transparency, integrity, and ethical, conduct, asserting that the trust service as the bedrock of enduring partnerships with the banking industry. In terms of strategies for advancement, Dr. Gilpin espoused the virtues of continuous learning and personal development.”

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