No serious goal oriented organization can afford to undermine the role Law and Legal Compliance play in shaping the final outcome of the organization’s pursuits. That is why premium importance is often placed on the employment or engagement of qualified in-house counsel and company secretaries. However, many corporate counsel and secretaries are not often prepared for the frenetic pace of expectations festooned on them by their organizations which often times is found outside of the purview of traditional formal education and trainings.
In the past, companies were seen as being outside the society and the understanding of social contract was narrow: government providing for the public good and companies were required to obey the laws of the land and pay their taxes. Companies, big and small, contributed to their communities by way of donations or building of houses, schools, hospitals as acts of mere philanthropy. To survive and thrive in the 21st century knowledge economy smart companies need to move away from mere philanthropic giving and be more strategic in their engagement with communities where they operate and their employees work and live.
For enquiries, contact:
Opeyemi Gazali – 0806 638 5629
Isaac – 0803 346 0440
Professional Education – 0805 812 7207
The main aim of this workshop is to equip lawyers with up to date critical verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills required for impactful and rewarding professional, business or career life.
At the end of the program, participants would be able to:
The seminar will run in 4 consecutive days and will be interspersed with Lectures, Case Studies, Technical Notes, Exercises, Group Work and Role-playing.
N375,000 (with accommodation and dinner for 4 nights)