"Manners, Poise, Image, Style and Leadership distinguish us from the rest. Our daily lives are encompassed in the way we behave, relate to others and conduct our team spirit. The Panache Advantage is the way to go this 21st Century; to provide added confidence and self-esteem to our growing children, maturing teenagers, promising young individuals and established professionals” - Janet Adetu

 


 Janet Temitope Adetu 

 

Janet Adetu FCCA, AICI FLC AMC, a certified Corporate Etiquette, Professional Image, International Protocol Consultant & Brand Analyst  is the founder and Chief Executive of JSK Etiquette Consortium a thriving Business Etiquette, Behavioural Change, & Professional Image Enhancement Firm. Janet holds a Bsc honours in Economics, an MBA and is a qualified Chartered Accountant; a fellow with the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA). With over 25years experience, Janet has multitudes of exposure in international business ethics, personal and corporate image, cultural life styles, dress codes and international protocol techniques; she draws on her experiences as a seasoned financial auditor working for two top accounting firms KPMG and Ernst & Young.

 

Along with her extensive exposure in finance, accounting, management, protocol, etiquette, civility and cultural diversity, Janet conducts a unique training experience, from a diverse perspective with first hand expertise. Janet is a highly sought after inspirational and motivational speaker conducting fun and interactive leadership development seminars, impression management workshops, etiquette boot camps and other key speaking engagements in Nigeria, Kenya and United Kingdom. Janet is dedicated to helping corporate organizations, professionals, expatriates, diplomats, individuals and youths, to enhance their professionalism, improve their social graces, master their soft skills and polish their image, style and executive presence. Janet’s passion is to build leadership potential among employees, branding their personal and corporate image and positioning them for the panache advantage. Janet is a go getter championing the cause of Professional Civiity &Image Enhancement in the working environment in Nigeria and beyond. She has impacted many lives in her quest for excellence.

 

As a corporate trainer an alumnus of the Protocol School of Washington and the American School of Protocol among many others, Janet has featured and published articles in a number of local publications both in Nigeria and Kenya; namely Business Day, This Day, The Punch, The Guardian, The Vanguard, New Telegraph, Newswatch, Life Magazine, Glitz, The Independent, The Union, Ovation and The Sun. Her articles are found in The Edition (A Kenyan Publication), Healthy Woman (A Kenyan Publication), Passion (A Kenyan Publication), Lagos Mums, Exquisite Magazine, Skribble and The Redsheet. Janet is the author of “Etiquette Strategies for Everyday Polish.” Also a radio host presenter Janet is the producer and presenter of the weekly show “Etiquette With Janet on Beat 99.9FM and Classic FM 97.3, also newly introduced “Ladies Etiquette With Janet Adetuon Citi 105.1 FM. We are also happy to introduce to you Etiquette With Janet on TV, to be aired on Sunrise show hosted by Channels TV

 

Janet has been a guest on Hope 93.3 FM (A Kenyan Radio Station), Cool 96.9FM, Nigeria Info FM, Inspiration 92.3 FM, Unilag 93.1FM, Wazobia FM, K24TV (A Kenyan TV Channel), TVC News, Ebonylife TV, Silverbird TV, MITV, Lagos TV(LTV) and CoolTV. 

 

Janet Says “Manners, Poise, Image, Style and Leadership distinguish us from the rest. Our daily lives are encompassed in the way we behave, relate to others and conduct our team spirit. The Panache Advantage is the way to go this 21st Century; to provide added confidence and self-esteem to our growing children, maturing teenagers, promising young individuals and established professionals”. 

 

Finally, Janet also derives great joy in philanthropy and helping the needy. Specifically she has a major passion to assist children born with congenital heart disorder. She is the founder and president of a non-profit organisation dedicated to providing advocacy and financial support for the open heart surgery of children between 2 – 18 years who were born with a hole in the heart.  Janet is happily married with three children.