Dele Olawanle is a practising lawyer, leadership coach, teacher, author, pastor and a Leadership and Business Consultant. He is the owner and Principal of Del & Co. Solicitors, a legal firm based in London, England. He is also the founder and Senior Pastor of Winners Kingdom, a church committed to people with a winning mindset in every facets of life. He is committed to raising men and women who will influence their generation for good.
He has been presenting two television programmes on a daily basis: The legal Panorama, through which he explains the UK immigration laws on regular basis and I Am Winning in which he teaches on having a winning mindset.
Dele has written currently seven life changing books: Discover Your Purpose, Prayer Is Not the Answer, Add Value, Denied by Character, Breaking the Patterns of Failure, Design Your Future and The Storms Are Over in Your Life. One of his book has been translated into Russian and French languages.
Dele has taught on leadership around the world and has helped many people to fulfil their dreams.
He is married to Bimbo Olawanle, his wife of 28 years who is a Child Specialist with a degree in Early Childhood Studies and who is a Co-Pastor in Winners Kingdom. Dele & Bimbo are blessed with three children and the first two are also lawyers.
Training Make You Different
When I started the law degree over 23 years ago, one of our lecturers told us that we train you to be unique and different. He said, ”In 3 years, you will think, talk, write, argue and act differently” That is what training does, it makes you different. At ILBA, we train you to be different.
Training Makes You Influential
When you become trained, you become very effective in your sphere of influence.
Invest into your life
Getting necessary training is an investment into your life. You will not regret doing so.
Pay the Cost
Paying a price to be trained is a sign of commitment. All great leaders pay to be trained. To succeed as a leader or in business, get the necessary trainings.
My Vision on Leadership
At the centre of my heart is the well-being of every human being I come in contact with.