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BOCCIM’s to host woman power breakfast seminar

BOCCIM will be hosting the 23rd Secretaries Convention and Secretary of the Year awards on the 26th ?27th April 2012 at Gaborone Sun International at 08:00hrs. The theme for this year’s convention is “Building Effective Teams To Achieve Organisational Objectives”.

The convention is designed to meet the needs of secretaries, receptionists, office managers, administrative clerks, and other supporting personnel.

It is also aimed at creating a positive and memorable learning experience that will stimulate the desire for exchange and application of team skills.

“Looking at today’s workforce, our observation is that there is need for more team building initiatives,” said BOCCIM in a statement.

In sport each player relies on the other player while sharing the workloads and responsibilities to perform and achieve the results. The participants will share both failures and success.

Through the support from one another the team members can learn from experiences to overcome obstacles and provide momentum to bring the best out of each team member.

The guest speaker is Lulu Rasebotsa, the Managing Director of Liberty Life Botswana, which is a sister company to Stanbic bank. Rasebotsa has 15 years experience in Financial Services, her expertise being in Life Insurance and Pension Fund Administration.

The lineup will include industry experts namely: Dr. Bangwato Sikwa- Effective Communication in the workplace, Didi Sekoko Biorn-Qualities of an effective team, and Oabona Kgengwenyane- Change Agent and Goal Setting, Wendell Almond- Your organisation relies on you to achieve the results.

BOCCIM is a non?profit business member organisation, established in 1971 and registered under the Trade Unions and Employers’ Organisations Act Of 1983.The organisation has a membership base ranging from small to medium and large businesses.

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