The Management Boot Camp, an executive training programme which is part of the Citi Business Festival has started at Volta Hotel in Akosombo.
One of the features of this year’s edition of the Management Boot Camp is the military lessons that participants will be taken through.
Of the seven topics to be covered at the Management Boot Camp, two are centered on how to ensure productivity and leap to growth, using military experiences.
The topics to be treated by officials from the Armed Forces Staff College are; Reinvigorate your leadership; lessons from the military and the art of war for executives; a military approach.
The programme started yesterday, Sunday the 18th of June and will end on Saturday, June 24th.
The six day advanced management training programme is designed for senior management in various industries and businessmen and women.
The training which is expected to accommodate thirty participants is carefully tailored toward senior management in public and private institutions as well as entrepreneurs who want to be ahead of competition.
The basic requirement to be able to enroll onto the programme is a degree or diploma as the training takes for granted that participants have certain knowledge or experience to understand the topics to be treated.
In addition to the lessons from the military, participants will be made to know how to maximize productivity, how to adopt of inclusive business strategy as well as enhance customer experience for competitive advantage.
Other topics will focus on winning through innovation and understanding emotional intelligence.
Trainers for the Management Boot Camp include; Lawyer and businessman; Mr. Kofi Bentsil, Country Manager of Econetmedia, Maxwell Dodd, Branding Expert, Prof. Robert Hinson, Mr. Lawrence Attipoe as well as Cecilia Dei Annan.
The Management boot camp comes off this Sunday, the 18th of June to Saturday, the 24th of June at the Volta Hotel in Akosombo.
The fee for participation is 5,800 cedis. This covers accommodation for six nights, food and refreshment as well as tuition.
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Published on 19 June 2017 | 4:29 am at Source