About Laila St. Matthew-Daniel – Coach & Consultant

Laila St. Matthew-Daniel (Dr.hc)  is an internationally recognized Personal Growth & Transformational Coach, Writer, TEDx Speaker, Emotions Coach, Executive's Coach and Leadership Trainer with a passion to help connect people to their purpose and therefore perform optimal in their career and their personal lives.   

As the CEO of Jacinta's, a Re-Engineering Firm for productivity and optimal performance.  She uses her background in administration, psychology, behavioural science, NLP and Clarity Coaching to improve the performance of organizations to impact on their ROI. 

Over the years she has gradually carved a niche for herself in the areas of quality  performance and earned a reputation for being a transformational change agent.  When clients work with Laila St. Matthew-Daniel, they don't just learn ways to improve their personal leadership effectiveness - but they develop an understanding of the different ways to thrive, and then go on to put that knowledge to work in their teams and organizations to create enabling working environments where all can flourish; not only for their own health and wellbeing, but the good of all. 

Her transformational trainings and strategy has taken her on working visits to various parts of West Africa and East Africa.  She has worked with various Corporate Organizations like: Texaco, Sahcol, Sifax, MTN, Lagos State Judiciary, Public Affairs Services of the US, amongst other reputable blue chip organizations and has spoken at Conferences of Leadership and Gender Issues. 

She is a Motivational & Conference Speaker, Blogger, Author, Writer, Social Affairs Commentator, and Social Activist in Gender issues. 

She has written books on: entrepreneurship, personal development and spiritual empowerment and writes for  Business and Personal Development magazines..

Laila St. Mathew-Daniel gives back to the society through her NGO ACTS Generation dedicated to advocacy for the rights of women to be respected and given equal opportunities, and also raise women entrepreneurs who can add their quota to the growth and development of the society by being self-sufficient.

She says:  “A Woman must not accept disrespect but reverence that woman in her which struggles for expression.  She must challenge her limitations so she can be all that God has destined her to be”