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TEXEM to hold strategic training program with Prof. Neal Hartman in November

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September 28, 2018 | 12:43 pm
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TEXEM to hold strategic training program with Prof. Neal Hartman in November
TEXEM, UK would like to invite you and other executives in your organisation to join world-renowned faculty Professor Neal Hartman who is Head of Managerial Communication at the MIT Sloan School of Management and has experience in entrepreneurship, management communication, intercultural communication, conflict and conflict resolution, leadership and innovation. He has consulted for hundreds of public and private sector organisations in multiple continents in North America, Asia, Europe, and Africa. He is a visiting Professor at the University of Cambridge at the CMI-Enterprises, which is part of the Cambridge-MIT Initiative, working with decision makers from the USA, Cambridge University, and other European universities to develop their innovative credentials.
As you know, breakthrough innovation, heightened political risks in Nigeria, depressed customer demand, dwindling and increasingly scarce resources has the potential to disrupt your industry. From decision making to stakeholder engagement, leadership to finance, strategy to governance the rollercoaster pace of change in the external environment has immense implications for the processes of creating stakeholder value, your potential to survive, grow and consolidate.
TEXEM presents its forthcoming interactive programme which will offer valuable insights on how to stimulate and bolster prolific innovation across your organization for success irrespective of the economic cycle and level of competition.
Therefore, please allow me to invite you and other senior executives in your organization to our forthcoming programme: Inspiring Innovation for Sustainable Superlative Results that will be held on November 14th & 15th 2018 at Eko Hotels and Suites, Lagos.
Themes that would be covered include:
• Stimulating drivers of innovation: culture, reward, and structure
• Inspiring, designing and driving innovative processes
• Leading strategic change for optimal outcomes
• Sustaining momentum and organizational focus
• Aligning human capital, process, and technology
• Communicating vision and creating urgency
Faculty:
• Professor Neal Hartman (Head of the Managerial Communication group at the MIT Sloan School of Management, USA).
Cost:
£1500 i.e N750, 000 (Save money on flights and hotels since training is in Nigeria-cost covers study materials, meals during the programme, group picture, and certification). There is a 20% early bird discount for payment before the 11th of October.
Testimonials
“I found this program very, very rewarding. In the past, I always had a way of thinking that the matter of sustainability-related only to policy matters but during this program, it has been broken down into the company level and for me, there are a number of takeaways that I hope to begin implementing once I get back home”.
Frank Algbogun – CEO and Publisher Businessday
“We have been taught some key ways on how to manage a recession and get an outfit, I will definitely bring it to bear in my business, I have gained some more leadership skills here as well”.
Bayo Ojo SAN, former Attorney General.

For more information contact Dr. Alim Abubakre via +447983128450/alim@texem.co.uk

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