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Business Succession Planning

By: CIR Capacity for Africa

Lagos State, Nigeria

11 - 11 Mar, 2015 

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Designed to help participants to determine key members of their organization, who is in a position to provide mentorship, strengths that the company currently possesses, and how to recover when employees choose to pursue new opportunities.

1A Unity Road, off Bank Anthony Way, Ikeja, Lagos Mar 11 - 11 Mar, 2015
NGN30,000.00
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08034963484

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