The Centre for Management Development (CMD) in collaboration with African Business School (ABS) holds a conference on "Africa’s Great Women” In Leadership and Business Decision Making.
The theme of the conference is "Women, Strategic Leadership and Business Potentials".
African Business School (ABS) and Centre for Management Development are both educational Institutions combining excellence with innovation. Both Organisations place high value in providing learners with fulfilling educational and professional experiences in their chosen disciplines
The conference will hold at Golden Tulip Hotel, Festac town, Lagos on the 8th -12th August 2016.
The Highlights of the Conference are:
- Conferment of FELLOWSHIP AWARDS to some Distinguished African Women
- Establishment and Election of officers into two Special Institutes for Women in Africa
- African Women Leadership and Peace Forum (AWOLEPF)
- African Women Business Forum (AWOBUF)
Upon completion of the conference, a candidate will be awarded a Proficiency Certificate in Corporate Management as well as elected as a member of ABS, with an exclusive designatory letters of “MABS” after her name. Further recognitions like Fellow and Associate Fellows of the school can be gained by satisfying further requirements.
The objectives of the conference are to:
- Develop practical strategies to ensure sustainable changes in the Business Environment and Governance.
- Establish an appropriate and effective style of leadership for challenging the future
- Identify key areas of women participation in Management Governance
- Acquire more managerial skills for leadership
- Improve on their skills of agitation/possession
- Constitute two Africa’s Standing Committees/Institutions
This conference is for African Women in the Academia, Political palace, women in Business, women in parliament, women in the judiciary, women opinion leaders, women labour leaders, women religious leaders and women in the military/paramilitary.
The Director General of CMD Dr. Kabir Kabo Usman, FABS,FCIA expesses the hope that the conference will leave women better managers and great leaders.
On his part, Dr Goddy Idaminabo, FABS,FCIA,FCMA,FCFE, the president of African Business School noted that the African Continent needs more of professionals than mere paper degrees. He went further to express his believe in the ABS and CMD partnership as one of the best of such in Human capital Development.