Gamey & Gamey's trainings continue to corporate executives
Gamey & Gamey's trainings continue to corporate executives
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Gamey and Gamey Group, Ghana’s leading Human Resource and Labour Relations solutions firm has introduced a new high profile training course aimed at enhancing quality leadership and organisational productivity.

Dubbed, “A Masterpiece of High Quality Leadership and Organisational Effectiveness,” the course has been designed to draw the best out of corporate leaders for the productive advancement of their organisations.

In addition, the course has been fashioned to equip managers with the relevant skills to promote a harmonious working environment that encourages workers to contribute their optimum towards enhanced productivity and profitability.

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The first training session, which is slated for February 13 to 14, 2020 at the Peduase Valley Resort, near Aburi, is expected to offer participants new knowledge and skills for a paradigm shift in the management of organisations.

Among other topics, the workshop will cover the application of the PULSE and Appreciative Inquire(AI) in managing an organisation’s corporate governance architecture, leadership roles in the strategic management of organisational effectiveness, linking productivity to remuneration, developing effective performance appraisal system, performance target setting, effective salary administration, prevention and early resolution of board and executive disputes.

According to the managers of the course, the training is targeted at Chairpersons and Members of Boards of companies and Commissions, Chief Executive Officers, Managing Directors, General Managers, Human Resource Directors, and Finance Directors from both public and private institutions.

Gamey and Gamey believes that in a competitive business environment created by a free market system and rapidly changing technology, “it is imperative for Boards and Executives to be strategic, creative, innovative and show high quality leadership” to drive their organisations.

Furthermore, “they should be able to resolve internal differences and external disputes that may be distractions to achieving corporate goals.”

By ADR Daily Newsdesk

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