- Monday, 19 February 2018 MoU between MKU Kigali and RwandaAir
- Friday, 16 February 2018 MKU engineering alumnus among 10 winners in global innovation contest
- Friday, 16 February 2018 MKU Foundation’s Equip Africa College a game changer
- Friday, 16 February 2018 School of Education in elaborate growth plans
- Friday, 16 February 2018 MKU researchers working to help bring down malaria
- Thursday, 15 February 2018 Govt. report shows MKU law students excel in Bar exams
- Tuesday, 13 February 2018 Talks on for tripartite collaboration with NTU and Makerere University
- Tuesday, 13 February 2018 MKU is fine-tuning and enriching the DIBL module
- Tuesday, 13 February 2018 University established provident fund for all staff
ICB conducts “Managing For Results” training
ICB in partnership with Dr. Ray Laferla has just competed a one-week intensive training for mid-senior managers on “Managing For Results.” The course was held at Nairobi Safari Club between 19th and 23rd May, 2014.
Dr. Ray is an international consultant and a leading authority in management, leadership and organizational development. He holds a Masters degree in clinical psychotherapy and a PhD in occupational psychology. He has published several books and inventories.
During the course, participants were taken though the following sessions:
After the training, participants expressed optimism that they had learnt most practical, effective, up-to-date best practices and strategies that are guaranteed to achieve results. Some reckoned that they had attended various management training but none of those dealt with the “how” aspect of doing things. Dr. Ray has a unique way of communicating how things can be done differently to achieve optimal performance through people. He has global experience in management, having worked as a senior manager in top companies. His background in psychology makes him a unique facilitator of management and leadership.
Ms. Mumbi Kigwe Wettstein was the chief guest at the closing ceremony. Mumbi is a radio presenter at 96.3 Nation FM. She was accompanied by her mum, Ms. Nancy Wettstein. While congratulating the participants for taking time to enhance their managerial and leadership competencies, she encouraged them to be strong mentors and coaches. She credited her successful career path to her managers who encouraged and supported her initiatives thus making it possible for her to exploit her full potential. She castigated managers who feel like bosses thus stifling their subordinates’ creativity.
The next workshop will be held from August 17-22, 2014 in Naivasha. Please log into www.icb.co.ke, to register. We look forward to seeing you in Naivasha.
To view event photos visit :https://www.flickr.com/photos/124118034