Citi FM will this Saturday, February 3, 2018 host a programme dubbed the “Call to Action Breakfast Meeting” aimed at empowering Ghanaians on the best strategies to attain a well-planned effective life.
The event which will be held at the Holiday Inn Hotel in Accra from 7:00am to 10:00am, is geared towards showing patrons the keys to unlocking the best versions of themselves as well as charging them to take actionable steps towards attaining their goals.
Themed “Walk the Talk,” the Breakfast Meeting will feature a number of resource persons including Michael Ohene-Effah, Paul Kofi Mante, Andrew Ayiku, Taaka Awori, Caleb Ayiku and others who will take turns to help patrons translate their intentions into action and also harness their potential to attain desired successes.
The Call to Action Breakfast Meeting is a Citi FM initiative and forms part of the station’s on-air Effective Living Series which was broadcast on the Citi Breakfast Show throughout the month of January 2018.
Several resources persons took turns on the Show from Monday to Thursday to impart to cherished listeners of Citi FM, practical steps on how to turn their individual lives and businesses around for the better.
The Call to Action Breakfast Meeting is strategically planned to have patrons learn the lessons shared on the Effective Living Series as well as have the opportunity to interact with the resource persons, take practical steps towards achieving their goals in life and network with others.
Interested persons will have to register at a rate of GHc120 or call 0550900006 for reservations and enquiries.
About speakers for Call to Action Breakfast Meeting
Michael Ohene Effah is development practitioner youth activist, impact entrepreneur, author, trainer, international development consultant and Co-founder of LeadAfrique.
Michael is intensely growth-oriented and hungry for success. Using the moniker “Tintin,” he has travelled to almost every major tertiary campus in Ghana preaching the gospel of the good news of personal development, personal effectiveness, personal grooming, networking, marketing and effectively preparing for the corporate world.
Paul Kofi Mante is a money-making crusader and author of ‘Operation 1 Million Ghana Cedis’. He is currently the Deputy Head of EDC [Ecobank Development Corporation] Investments Limited [EIL] and also doubles as the Head of Business Development of EIL. Paul has delivered several public lectures and provided advice to numerous individuals and groups on wealth creation, financial independence and investment opportunities.
Owing to his technical expertise and depth of knowledge, several people choose to refer to him as the personal finance shooter.
Taaka Awori is the Managing Director of Busara Africa. She is a Leadership Consultant, Trainer and Professional Coach who strengthens the leadership competencies of managers and supervisors in the private sector, civil society and public sector. Taaka also has extensive experience in Organisational Development and Social Development.
Caleb Ayiku is an experienced business executive with a passion for turning around failing businesses. He has strong business development skills, gained from working as a Managing Director in five companies in three African countries.
He is a strong leader with exceptional strategic, communication and networking skills capable of building teams for flawless execution of business strategies.
Andrew Ayiku is a Business and Career Coach. Ayiku is a Marketing Lecturer at the Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship organized by the Catholic University of Milan Accra Ghana.
His main expertise is providing tailor-made training for marketing and sales staff.
By: Godwin Akweiteh Allotey/citifmonline.com/Ghana