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By on March 21, 2016

#BSW8 is the eighth edition in series of the Business Skills Workshop an initiative of the World Economic Forum Global Shapers to empower Micro Entrepreneurs with the skills they need to run sustainable businesses.

Leading a strong team in business is an important aspect of business building and growth. The need to adopt new insights as well as knowledge to gain competitive advantage and hit good margins lies in the productivity of the people you have within your business.

How do you take your team from the ground to the top? How do you maximize your team? How best do you motivate your team? How do you help your team reach their fullest potential? How do you become an effective team player?

All these questions will be answered at #BSW8.

The Business Skills Workshop (BSW) was created by the World Economic Forum Global Shapers, Lagos to support entrepreneurial growth through the provision of business resources that equip young entrepreneurs through a series of engaging sessions with basic skills such as financial management, business development, marketing, strategy etc., in order to ensure business growth and sustainability.

Attend our next session:

Topic: Leading A Strong Team

Date: March 31, 2016

Time 10 a.m. prompt

Facilitator: Patrick Nwakogo, CEO, Dale Carnegie Nigeria

Certificates will be issued to all participants.

Register: http://lagosshapers.org/bsw-registration/

For enquiries: Email: info@lagosshapers.org; Call: 08035776246

Only 30 seats available.

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