Committed & Valued! The SPAN Season of Discovery.

We are excited to share that we have come into a new SPAN season of which the theme have been aptly named ‘Committed & Valued’.

This season is like no other, largely due to the shift the whole world is currently facing due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We found that there is a strong need to show our communities that they are valued and in each person lies amazing skill, talent, value waiting to be discovered. So this season for us, is the time to reaffirm our commitment to value people and to serve.

A lot of activities is being planned to make this happen and one of such is the ‘ SPAN CHALLENGES ‘.

From now till the end of the year, SPAN will be creating series of challenges designed to bring out the untapped potentials of varying categories of people that exist in our society. These challenges aim to put these people who sign up on a path of self discovery thereby creating new opportunities for growth.

Already the first challenge has been rolled out and is spearheaded by the SPAN Founder, Mrs Sarah Boulos. This challenge is called the 31:15 Value to Purpose Challenge for Stay at home Mums

It is an intention release program designed to unlock the potentials of stay at home Mums.
These heroes have been working so hard behind the scenes building a strong foundation for their kids , a beautiful home for the family to enjoy, however they often forget they are also individuals with their own innate value, their individual purpose. It’s our belief that this challenge will help them in so many ways.

Start date for this challenge is July 6th, 2020. If you are a stay at home mum , or you know any one, this challenge is mind blowing and transformational, so signing up could be one of your best decisions.

To register, kindly click on the link below;


We can’t wait to see you! Come prepared to be ‘wowed’!

SPAN Presents the Musical Masterpiece – ‘Block 13’

As the Society for the Performing Arts in Nigeria (SPAN) continues to dazzle Nigeria with groundbreaking performances as seen during SPANFEST 2015, the organization is set to enchant the public yet again with its captivating production ‘Block 13’ – A Tale of Hope, Love & Wonders, which will be showcased during the MUSON Festival 2016 on Friday, October 21, 2016 at the AGIP Recital Hall, the Muson Centre, Onikan, Lagos.


‘Block 13’ is the gripping story of a group of people who lives different lives, have different aspirations but found themselves bound together by the common hope they found in the apartment, Block 13. It is a mesmerizing plot filled with chart-topping songs and dance (which SPAN is famously known for) that will keep you on the edge of your seats.


Sarah Boulos, the founder of SPAN said “Block 13 is the story that everyone will relate with. It shows us that within every sphere of our lives, even if things aren’t the way we want them, there is always that glimmer of hope, that in the end, everything will turn out right. It is a show worth watching”

‘Block 13’ is family –friendly, entertaining and inspire the creativity within.


For information and booking,call 08093561000, 08093571000, 08091900700 . You can also send us a mail on




Networking Tips

With the advent of social media, a lot of people no longer see the need to see themselves physically anymore because they can always engage with each other via chats, skyping and other forms. While social media is a great tool for building and maintaining relationships, nothing beats face to face networking. So, the most effective networking approach is a combination of the two, i.e one part online and the other part face to face.



There are usually places and events you go to, or get invited to which will make you meet with people that can be of great benefit to you as a person, or your career.


For some people, it could be a bit intimidating, for people who are not, there is still the need to go with your best foot forward. These tips below are designed to assist you to be on top of your game at these events

A little Research
It doesn’t hurt to prepare yourself for the event you are going to by finding out some basic information about the event, the aim, the cause, the people behind it… Nothing complicated, just some little tit bits that may help you get into the appropriate mindframe.


Commit to Helping Others
Be in your positive helpful nature. Do not think it is about getting new jobs or new clients. Even if its some advice about a particular gadget or a restaurant recommendation , be sure to pass this along when there is the need for it. This will make you more human and people will want to help you in return.
Make an Introduction
If you introduce 2 people and they hit off, they will always be grateful to you and people who you have introduced to someone else are most likely to return the favour.


Connect with People over their families
The easiest way to a networking partner is through their immediate family members. At networking events , people talk about work in industry related subjects, you can distinguish yourself by talking about their spouse or family if you get the opportunity to do so. They will warm up to you and get more familiar.

If you are shy or introverted, focus on others
You don’t have to be a good conversationalist, people love talking about themselves, if you ask a lot of questions and take a lot of interest in them, they will enjoy talking about themselves to a cap12045499_951864278225107_3769379291706937380_otive audience. They will enjoy talking to you.
Follow up
People spend too much time trying to meet new people and too little time following up with and nurturing relationships with people they already know. This in turn will lead to meeting new people because people who you already know are more likely to be a gateway for you to their friends and more connections.
So be sure to spend time and energy networking with people who are already in your network.