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Supervisory Skills Development

By: Impact Training and Management Consulting Limited  

Lagos State, Nigeria

16 - 18 Jul, 2014  3 days

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When employees are promoted to supervisory positions, their success depends on how quickly they learn people management skills to complement their technical knowledge. This unique “How to” course provides new and experienced supervisors with practical skills needed to lead their teams to success. 

10, Obokun Street, Off Coker Road, Ilupeju, Lagos, Nigeria Jul 16 - 18 Jul, 2014
NGN88,500.00
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08023060462

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