CIAPS To Host CEOs And HR Managers For End Of The Year Lecture

All is now set for the hosting of the 2022 edition of the CIAPS End of the Year Public Lecture. The theme of this End of Year Public Lecture is “Creating a Culture of Excellence for Productivity and Profit.”
The Keynote speaker will be Anthony Kila, CIAPS Centre Director and Prof. of Strategy and Development.
The event will be chaired by Tajudeen Akande, a chartered accountant, financial analyst and CEO, PKF Professional Services, Nigeria and Director, Africa Regional Board of PKF Int’l Ltd.
Panellists at the event:
 Yemi Kolapo, MD/Editor-in-Chief, The Point Newspapers.
 Yvonne Ezekiel, Managing Partner of Olisa Agbakoba Legal.
 Dr Muda Yusuf, CEO of the Centre for the Promotion of Private Enterprise [CPPE]
This End of Year Public Lecture has been put together as a mixture of entertainment, reflection and planning.
The event aimed at CEOs and HR Managers is an opportunity for organization leaders both in the private and public sector as well as Human Resources Managers to meet with their peers across sectors to share tips and plan for the new year in a fun-filled and informative atmosphere.
Commenting on the CIAPS Public Lecture series, CIAPS Centre Director Anthony Kila noted that the event is “part of our efforts to understand and help to improve the world we live in” he also noted that “a lecture like this one is an opportunity to engage with professionals on issues that will soon affect their world”.
This CIAPS Public Lecture (Themed “Creating a Culture of Excellence for Productivity and Profit.”) will take place at the CIAPS Hall on Wednesday, 14th December 2022.
Each event will start at 2 pm and finish at 4 pm but will have its red carpet and cocktails open at 1 pm. Drinks and music will follow till late.
CIAPS is a Commonwealth Institute for Advanced and Professional Studies. The event is by invitation only. Intending Participants can register on the CIAPS website www.ciaps.org

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