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Ebenezer Amankwah -Minkah to facilitate the 16th TANOE Workshop on How to do more with less people

There are four resources you may need on your journey to becoming a great leader, you may notice that there are times when you lack the staff necessary to reach a goal, or the time needed to get it done. Whether the goal is very specific, such as completing a project, or more general, such as sustaining performance levels, it can be tough to maintain motivation for the goal when faced with doing more with less. So what can you do to build and maintain that critical sense of drive for yourself and your team?

Coming off this Wednesday, the 21st of August, 2019 from 5 pm to 7 pm will be the 16th TANOE Workshop on Hiring – How to do more with less people. This is the 3rd in August Edition of TANOE Workshops with a focus on Leadership & People Management. It is a pleasure to be hosting Ebenezer Amankwah -Minkah, Organisational Development Consultant & Entrepreneur.

TANOE (The African Network of Entrepreneurs) Workshops comes off this and every Wednesday evening at the Ekow Mensah Consulting (EMC) Office at Roman Ridge Arcade at Airport Residential Area, Accra and is hosted by the Founder and CEO of TANOE and Managing Consultant of EMC; Mr. Ekow Mensah.

TANOE Workshops, since its inception in May 2019, has provided Entrepreneurs the opportunity to build their knowledge in several sectors, enhance their capacities and position themselves for massive business growth. It is fast becoming the go-to for insightful, empowering and practical business and entrepreneurship development training and productive networking.

There are limited seats, so interested participants are encouraged to register at www.tanoe.org/registration or send a WhatsApp or text to 0203033733.

TANOE Workshops come off this and every Wednesday! For updates on the July Time Table, schedules and topics, visit www.tanoe.org/workshops

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