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Fidelity Bank Managers Graduate From Harvard Manage Mentor Program
 
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21-Aug-2016  
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Fidelity Bank, the largest privately owned indigenous bank in Ghana today has held its maiden graduation ceremony for the Harvard Manage Mentor program.

Forty three (43) middle managers successfully completed the twelve month program, which is purposed to provide leadership training for managers.

The program, “The Fidelity Certified People Manager Program (FCPMP)’’, is part of the Bank’s Employee Development program through its partnership with the Harvard Manage Mentor Program from the Harvard University, U.S.A. and the Learning Resource Management Group (LRMG) Pty Ltd, South Africa.

Speaking at the graduation event, the Deputy Managing Director of Fidelity Bank, Mr. Jim Baiden, indicated that, as a fast growing bank, leadership development has become a key focal area in the bank’s people management strategy.

He added that, Fidelity Bank places premium on the quality of its human resource and as such offers all levels of staff adequate training to equip them with the requisite knowledge and skills to deliver great services to customers.

The facilitator of the program and Director of Lead Strong, Dr. Alan Bougardt, was full of praise for the depth and experiences of the participants.

He also challenged the participants to bring the skill sets acquired to bear on their work and to strive for continuous learning. He further applauded management of the bank for their commitment to investing in people development.

Participants lauded the management of the bank for their commitment and investment in them and added that some of the courses covered under the pogrammme including Goal Setting, Career Management, Feedback Essentials, Team Leadership and Developing Employees have proven very beneficial to them.
 
 
 
 
 

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