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Lucille Ossai is the Amazon bestselling author of the business communications blueprint 'Influence and Thrive'. She's also a communications trainer, keynote speaker, advisor, coach, and multi-award-winning blogger. She holds an MSc from the London School of Economics (LSE) and a bachelor's degree from the University of Leicester. In 2021, the latter featured Lucille’s book and highlighted her work in their alumni #CitizensOfChange initiative. In May 2020, LSE named her 'Alum of the Month' for her profile and impact. Lucille helps professionals, entrepreneurs, and business leaders improve their communication skills to amplify their influence and thrive. As the founder and chief communications trainer of Rethinking Business Communications Limited, she offers customised virtual, hybrid, and in-person communication programmes. Her services include coaching, training, and advisory sessions in nonverbal communication, public speaking, interpersonal communication, and business writing. Lucille’s clients include Nestlé Nigeria, Nigeria Stock Exchange, Society of Petroleum Engineers (Lagos Chapter), and Ischus. Lucille’s expertise is globally recognised. In 2022, Global Gurus, the prestigious research organisation, ranked her the #5 communication professional in the world. She was listed alongside communication greats such as Nancy Duarte (#2), Dorie Clark (#6), and Julian Treasure (#10). She was the only African to feature in the communication category. Her multi-award-winning blog, Rethinking Business Communications Blog, is widely touted for its original, insightful content and has cemented her thought leadership status in the field. It’s also the only African-based website to appear on Feedspot’s authoritative rank of the top 40 communication blogs. Lucille’s written work is also lauded. Her technical note on business writing has been featured on The Case Centre. Her articles have also appeared in reputable publications, including BusinessDay Nigeria and Enterprise Africa.
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