Saturday, 04 March 2017 12:04
Around 60 business leaders, emerging entrepreneurs and management educators recently underwent the "Seminar on Developing the Business Leader within You" at the Skyview of Grand Astoria Hotel.
Using the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan method of training, the Seminar focused on three core areas: 1. The ten best practices of an enterprising business leader 2. Developing Customers’ Loyalty using the Customer C.A.R.E. Approach and 3. The Five B.R.A..V.E. Laws of 21st century entrepreneurs.
Noel Tarrazona, international training consultant of Notacor Training Group, lectured the aforementioned topics. Tarrazona trains an average of 4,000 CEOs and public sector leaders a year throughout the Philippines and recently was invited by the Philippine Ambassador to Malaysia to share updates of his training programs. Early this month, Tarrazona also conducted a Strategic Leadership training at Mergara towers in Kuala Lumpur.
The whole day seminar was attended by more than 60 Chief Executive Officers, business owners, managers, supervisors, graduate school deans and aspiring entrepreneurs.
Mr. Edwin To, President of the Zamboanga Chamber of Commerce and Industry Foundation said that the seminar is very practical and useful for companies facing many challenges.
To, who also flew in from Kuala Lumpur, delivered the welcome address and inspired the participants to learn from this rare training opportunity. The seminar was emceed by Professor Kene Fermo, a lecturer at the Excerceo Business School in Singapore.
The training program was also attended by USAID-STRIDE consultant Dr. Annabelle Cajita, and other university academicians. For more information and those interested to avail of quality leadership training in Zamboanga, you may contact Notacor Training Group at 09163868891 or email at email@example.com.###
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