After five days’ intensive coaching on the basics of teaming, 20 participants have successfully concluded the LBS ‘Executive Team Leadership’ seminar.
The participants, who had a networking session and farewell cocktail today, admitted the seminar broadened their perspectives on management, and they would gladly recommend it for aspirants to top management positions.
Expectedly, the Executive Team Leadership seminar is aimed at sensitising top management on their role in creating the teaming organisation. It helps them understand how such organisations are created and sustained, and discusses the tools and techniques required to achieve this goal.
Mr Mbakogu Alex, MD, Leasafric Ghana, a subsidiary of C &S Leasing, said with the programme, he was much better equipped to set and achieve goals in his organisation.
“As you move up the corporate ladder, there’s often a need to fill up skill and knowledge gaps, and probably get equipped for the next stage in your career,” he explained. “That’s really what this highly engaging seminar is all about, and I’m proud to have been part of it”
Faculty expert on Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management, Uchora Udoji, facilitated the programme with contributions from Dr Christopher Kolade, Adedoyin Salami and Prof. Pat Utomi, among others.
LBS first-timer, Omowunmi Ogunkua of Atlantic Hall School, was also impressed with the new leadership ideas and personal improvement strategies she gleaned from the seminar.
“The seminar has taught me there’s always something new to learn in every situation. It’s my first LBS experience, and will definitely spur a return visit for another round of learning,” she assured.”