Citi FM’s annual Management Development Month series kicked off Monday on the Citi breakfast show.
The series will run every morning at 9:00am on the Citi Breakfast Show this month.
The Management Development Month series features top-notch thinkers and practitioners from various business and academic fields, presenting insightful ideas on selected topics.
This week the focus will be on Marketing and Customer Service with Professor Robert Hinson an Associate Professor of Marketing at the University of Ghana Business School speaking on the topic standing out among the crowd, effective branding.
Other speakers for this week include, Maxwell Dodd, Head of Enterprise Business for Airtel, he will speak on the topic invigorating your sales force as well David Afflu, Commercial Director of P Z Cussons on how to retain existing customers.
Week two will focus on strategy, week three on entrepreneurship, while week four will focus on leadership and Motivation.
This year the series will be climaxed with a breakfast meeting every Friday, for the first week the breakfast meeting will be with I.T. Entrepreneurs, it will be a platform for learning about the opportunities that exist for entrepreneurs in the I.T. industry.
The second week will end with a breakfast meeting for female entrepreneurs this platform will be for networking and learning from one of the best female entrepreneurs.
Week three will end with a breakfast meeting for managers under forty years, this will create a platform for networking and learning from the experiences of the C.E.O, UT Group, Martyn Mensah.
All breakfast meetings cost GHC60 each.
The Management Development Month over the years has given Citi FM’s listeners the rare opportunity to interact with some of the best business brains in the country.
The idea behind the program is to enlighten listeners on contemporary business topics from both a theoretical and practical perspective, as well as motivate and empower them to make better business decisions to succeed in their various fields.
By: Vivian Kai Mensah/citifmonline.com/Ghana