By Amos Muang Nsah in Yaounde
This is with the view of improving the performance of heads of organizations in the area of people management, team building, goal setting, decision making, conflict management, crises management, ability to run effective meetings and increased managerial governance.
This goal focused, outcome-driven boot camp scheduled in November 2022, will also help expand the capabilities of Chief Executives in Cameroon and beyond, to build their negotiation and influencing skills.
Participants will also learn how to enhance and strengthen their leadership capabilities through a rich understanding of themselves, their organizations, through the latest tools and approaches.
At the end the Chief Executives will come away better equipped to navigate future challenges and opportunities in leading people” as explained by Mr. peter Ngu Tayong Head Coach of TCLD.
“In this intensive 3-day boot camp, you can create your own personal leadership philosophy, become a better leader, and master skills that can help you improve on your business results and accelerate your career”, he adds.
It should be noted that Tayong Centre for Leadership Development (TCLD) has trained and coached over 200 government, private and International NGOs, 14 University institutions in Cameroon and beyond, in the area of strategic leadership and organizational performance, using the Welchway leadership principles, as expounded, by Jack Welch, an iconic leadership guru who transformed huge organizations in the world like GE (General Electric) and several fortune 500 companies in the US.
Peter Ngu Tayong, the Head Coach of TCLD is the Spiritual Godson of Jack Welch, as one of the first Africans, to obtain a Jack Welch Executive MBA. Peter who also studied at Harvard University, the International Institute of Event Management in California, International Relations Institute of Cameroon (IRIC) and ESSTIC is a Retired Senior Journalist and Diplomate.
TCLD is reputed for having recently trained so many senior executives of the National Commission for the Promotion of Bilingualism and Multiculturalism (NCPBM), the Prime Minister’s Cabinet, the United Nations in Cameroon, senior diplomats of the Ministry of External Relations and senior executives of several parastatals, military, CRTV, CSPH, Customs Officers etc…