Dream Finance Leadership & Management Training
Check out some of our pictures from our Leadership & Management Training for Dream Finance!
Check out some of our pictures from our Leadership & Management Training for Dream Finance!
Your C.V./resume is a very important document that can determine whether or not you are considered for a job position. We have put together some tips and suggestions to ensure your C.V. is easy to read and highlights all of your accomplishments, qualifications and positive attributes. Sections to Include on your C.V. Personal Information - Name, Title, All relevant contact Information Education - Years attended & Graduation Dates from JHS, SHS & Training College/ University. Also indicate the examination level that was completed. Work Experience - Job Title, Company you worked for, dates that you worked there, a brief description of your responsibilities and skills used at your place of employment. Other qualifications/Activities - Certifications from seminars or trainings attended/additional skills/Leadership Positions held – if they relate to any specific work experience please make this connection clear. References - Provide contact information for 2 or 3 people (usually supervisors from previous employers) who can verify that you have completed certain work training as well as being able to comment on your work ethic and skills set. Additional Tips Have all of your contact information available – Include more than one phone number where you can be reached, also include an email address. Be sure to check your email regularly to see if you hear from potential employers. If you do not have an email address, you can create one for free with google.mail.com or yahoo.mail.com. Be concise – It is important to include all of your qualifications, skills and accomplishments on your CV, however, it is also crucial to do so
Interviews are always a nerve-wracking occasion. We have put together some of our top interview tips and skills to help calm your nerves and increase the success of your next interview. 1. Be early – Showing up early to an interview demonstrates you are punctual and respectful of your potential future employer’s time and yours. Make sure you give yourself plenty of time to get there, and do not be hesitant to call the office to clarify the location and directions. 2. Always bring a form of Identification, any relevant and applicable certifications and a copy of your current C.V. – It is important to bring all necessary documents to the interview so that the interviewer has all the information that they need, and may allow them to ask more specific questions based on your skills and qualifications. 3. Prepare some questions for your interviewer – An interview is an opportunity for your potential future employer to learn about you, your qualifications, and your skills. It is also an opportunity for you to learn more about your future employer. Be prepared to ask questions about your position, your responsibilities as well as questions about the company in general. Asking questions demonstrates your eagerness and genuineness to be selected for the position. It also demonstrates your ability to think on your feet. It allows you to ensure that the position is right for you. Additionally, take some time prior to your interview to familiarize yourself with the company’s mission, vision, goals and objectives. This information should be readily available on their website. 4. Take your time when answering questions – During an interview, it is acceptable to take a few seconds before responding to a question. If you need time to think of an appropriate answer to a question, take that time and ensure that
The Goil employees participate in group activities. Dr. Okantey chats with Mr. Davies, Head of Training & Development for Goil during the training. Dr. Okantey gives his presentation. Mr. Davies checks in with
The Five “Ds” of Leadership Looking further into the Year 2013 through the Lens of Strategic Leadership You are probably wondering why you should read this excerpt on leadership as you proceed into the year 2013. The following five points can assist in clarifying your thoughts as you propel to launch yourself and your organization/company this year. I call these the 5 “Ds” of Leadership. The Five “Ds” of Leadership Direction: - Like most things in life, we need to have a clear and precise focus when we set out on our leadership journey. Many of us today follow and live in the shadows of others. Sometimes we call it coaching and mentoring. The essence of these concepts (coaching and mentoring) is to facilitate the process of bringing the best out of the protégée or the coached. Unfortunately, most individuals being mentored or coached knowingly or unknowingly drop their personal goals, objectives and aspirations only to pick-up those of others; especially that of the mentor or coach. Though, it is good to encourage young and upcoming as well as experienced leaders to identify individuals they admire and look up to, we must also ensure that these individuals do not lose their direction and focus in the leadership development process. Both young and experienced leaders must be encouraged to have a clear personal and organizational vision, mission and strategy as they proceed into the Year 2013. Direction must accompany determination to ensure you arrive at your destination. Determination: - Most people make resolutions and proceed to set specific goals and objectives for themselves and their organizations as they set out into the New Year. However, the question of whether these resolutions, goals and objectives are pursued to the latter mostly remain unanswered; partly because most people lack the discipline to consistently work towards achieving them [goals
Public Seminar on "Operational Risk in Ghanaian Business Environment"
About The purpose of the iLeadership360 Degree Series is to facilitate the development of holistic organizational leaders who are capable of leading themselves, colleagues, followers and the organization as a whole. The seminar topics are carefully chosen to enhance the equipment of leaders at all levels of an organization. Every leader will be equipped to perform at the end of the each of the seminar series. The Dynamics and Roles of a Leader Seminar One Why Leadership? Holistic Leadership Defined By carefully analyzing leadership theories and attributes as well as providing room for practical applications, this seminar provides a solid foundation for leaders in identifying personal and individual traits/styles and discovering the most effective style of leadership with the organizational setting. Seminar Two Preparation for the Journey: Leadership & Personal Triumphs This seminar aims to promote and enhance the self-development and success of the individual leader in order for him/her to effectively pursue life and workplace related challenges as well as communicate them to fellow colleagues and staff to enhance organizational success. Seminar Three When Heart & Mind Collide: Leadership & Emotional Intelligence Dealing with the intricacies of assessing and managing the emotions of one’s self and other groups is a vital skill in any organizational setting. This seminar illustrates the importance of constructively developing this notion in order to spearhead leadership performance in and out of the workplace. Seminar Four The Confluence of Strategy & Imagination: Visionary Leadership This seminar is designed to prepare a leader to develop and implement dynamic and strategic vision statements that enhance organizational change for performance. The
The Five Cs of Leadership: Five Practical Steps for Successful Leadership in Today’s Organization 1. Create the Path Nothing can happen without leadership. The success of an organization begins and ends with the right leadership. True leaders model their values and what they stand for. This allows followers to pursue short and long-term goals alongside. Leaders who set the right pace achieve the desired result for their organization. 2. Create a Shared Vision Most leaders emerge with a vision for their organization. Successful leaders work to inspire and motivate their followers to buy-in to their vision to enhance its realization. Follower buy-in is significant to the success of every organization. Clear and concise channels of communication leads to follower buy-in. Individuals will follow if they have a clear understanding of the direction the leader is headed. Leaders who fail to clearly communicate their vision have difficulty implementing their ideas. 3. Create the Process True leaders develop specific steps needed to realize a desired future and vision within the organizational setting. Successful leaders create the right atmosphere for their followers to succeed by providing the required tools and resources to enhance individual performance. 4. Create Leaders Successful leaders work towards empowering others to develop into leadership positions. They identify opportunities and provide the needed support to augment their growth. Leaders have a succession plan for their organization and therefore pass on what they have learned to prepare others for a higher calling. 5. Create the Future Triumphant leaders are imaginative with a clear mental picture of the future. They have