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Anglican Pastoral Ministry in the 21st Century Advance Management Course III. The Attribute of a Successful Chief Executive

WHO IS A CEO? The highest-ranking Corporate Officer (Executive) or Administrator in charge of total management of an organization. An individual appointed as a CEO of a corporation, company, organization, or agency typically reports to a board (the Board of Directors). A Chief Executive Officer (CEO, American English), Managing Director (MD, British English), Executive Director…

The Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion)Anglican Pastoral Ministry in the 21st Century Advanced Management Course III The attributes of a successful Chief Executive – Adebayo D. Akinde, ABP

WHO IS A CEO? The highest-ranking Corporate Officer (Executive) or Administrator in charge of total management of an organization. An individual appointed as a CEO of a corporation, company, organization, or agency typically reports to a board (the Board of Directors). A Chief Executive Officer (CEO, American English), Managing Director (MD, British English), Executive Director…

Church of Nigeria, (Anglican Communion)Senior Clergy Retreat/Training At Ibru Centre On 15th August, 2012

SUBJECT:                  COMMUNICATION ARTS TOPIC:                        COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR THE CLERGY. LECTURER:                RT. REV. BLESSING CHINYERE ENYINDAH INTRODUCTION: I want to thank the Primate of our Church for appointing me to serve in the team of Bishops to facilitate or coordinate the retreat and training for the senior clergy of our church and to serve as…

Leadership Is Not Manipulative, Don’t Lord It Over The Sheep – Archbishop Friday Imaekhai

The Church today is in dire need of leadership that is productive, proactive, effective, efficient, relevant, result oriented and up to date. This was the submission of the Most Rev. Friday Imaekhai, Archbishop of Bendel Ecclesiastical Province and Bishop of Esan Anglican Diocese representing the Primate of all Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Most Rev. Nicholas Okoh…