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COCOBOD DIRECTORS ENHANCE ADMINISTRATIVE SKILLS FOR WORKPLACE SUCCESS

Date: 03rd April 2024

Directors from all six subsidiaries and divisions of Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) have undergone a two-day training in excellent administrative skills for workplace success at the Accra City Hotel.

The training held from the 13th to 14th of March 2024, was facilitated by ETAL Associates LTD, a leading entity in administration and resource management training for corporate and public institutions.

Speaking at the opening of the training, the Deputy Chief Executive for Finance and Administration, Mr. Emmanuel Ray Ankrah said the training programme was necessary to equip the directors with the requisite administrative soft skills set to enhance their performance in the modern workplace.

Mr Ray Ankrah added that the cocoa industry is a collective heritage and presents a huge responsibility for professionals to sharpen their administrative skills against the ever-evolving nature of workplace challenges. He stressed that the training is meant to arm employees with the expertise needed to deliver more effectively.

He admonished the participants to ensure that they assimilate the modern workplace doctrines of effective time management, emotional intelligence, resource management and effective communication for organizational development. 

Participants were taken through practical case studies in mastering their communication skills for organizational efficiency, leadership skills, and emotional intelligence in decision-making.

In addition to examining practical workplace administrative procedures, participants’ competencies in general administration were tested through peer review assessments, which warranted participants to make group presentations.

All participants were presented with certificates of participation at the end of the training. They expressed their optimism to implement and impart the knowledge gained to their respective capacities.

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