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Sir Sam Jonah, Chancellor of University of Cape Coast and former CEO of AngloGold Ashanti, is scheduled to be the special guest speaker at a corporate training workshop in Accra. The one-day event will be held at La Palm Royal Beach Hotel on Wednesday 20th September 2017.
The workshop, organised by Lockwood Institute, Accra, is designed to enhance the ability of CEOs, directors and senior managers, to determine corporate direction, formulate appropriate strategies and execute the strategies successfully. Lockwood Institute, situated in Labone, Accra, is a thriving specialist executive education, training and consultancy services provider that is committed to developing and enhancing the profile of executives and senior managers in the private and public sectors to meet Ghana’s growth requirements.
Seasoned international management development educator, consultant and professor, Pikay Richardson, of the Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, is the main facilitator. He will share his many years of expertise and ideas on how organizations must be lead to thrive and grow.
The workshop will adopt a multi-style format to ensure a conducive setting for presentations, interactions and demonstrations. This approach will ensure that participants can engage in a professional but friendly atmosphere in order to obtain optimum results from the various sessions. There will be case analyses and a panel discussion.
Managing Director of Standard Chartered Bank Ghana Mrs Mansa Nettey, Professor Robert Ebo Hinson of University of Ghana Business School, will join a panel discussion to address key issues that business leaders grapple with. Immediate past executive chairman of State Enterprises Commission Dr. Camynta Baezie, who is also a panelist, will also share insights on how businesses can leverage the elements of good corporate governance to ensure growth, profitability and sustainability.
Registration for participation is ongoing and interested delegates may either call 026 300 3928 or 050 771 2507 or visit http://www.lockwoodinstitute.com to register.