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New early evening leadership series


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  • A call to young managers and corporates

The Management Club has developed yet another module series (over 12 months) on ‘Leadership in Management’, a distinct weakness identified by many. After a very successful ‘Smart Manager Series’, it became evident that our managers needed to sharpen their leadership skills to inspire, motivate and drive their staff in their departments, divisions and SBUs to achieve levels of excellence. 

This unique series provides an opportunity for young managers to attend this set of workshops either at their own cost (nominal) or have their employers nominate them to attend the series at 4:45 p.m. after working hours. This means that managers can attend such programs at an affordable rate and that too after working hours. Employers too would be encouraged to nominate their managers to attend and develop their leadership skills, at such a nominal rate and outside working hours. 

First in this series is ‘Purpose, Plan and Principles which will be held on 9 May at 4:45 p.m. at the VIP Lounge, Galadari Hotel and will be moderated by a very knowledgeable and skilled Trainer – Denuka Perera who has very kindly teamed up with TMC to present this unique series. 


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