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TLC holds virtual Timekeeping Dialogue Series 011 Feb. 4

TLC holds virtual Timekeeping Dialogue Series 011 Feb. 4

In a bid to champion behavioral and attitudinal change, Transformational Leadership Concept is gearing up for the much-anticipated Timekeeping Dialogue Series 011.

The virtual event, under the topic: “Achieving your Purpose and Goals – The Time Factor,” is scheduled to take place this Sunday, February 4th, at 4 pm.

The upcoming dialogue aims to explore the crucial role time plays in the pursuit of personal and professional goals.

Offering valuable insights, the event will delve into strategies for defining one’s purpose and goals, making it a must-attend for individuals actively working towards their dreams or contemplating transformative changes.

The discussion will feature compelling narratives from high achievers who have successfully harnessed the power of time to realize their aspirations.

Attendees can expect to gain practical tips and inspiration from these accomplished individuals, making the event both informative and engaging.

Distinguished guest speakers for the Timekeeping Dialogue Series 011 include:

Ibrahim K. Asante: Founder of Significant International Training Systems (SITS).
Michael Amankwa (Don Milla): Entrepreneur and Founder of the Mental Catalyst.
Togbe Kwasinyi Kakaklolo Agyeman V: Chairman and Convenor, Communications for Social Change Advocate.
Georgina Fiagbenu: Host and Co-Convenor, Communications for Development Advocate.

The virtual dialogue promises an enriching experience as participants gain valuable insights into time management strategies and hear firsthand accounts of successful individuals who have navigated the intricate relationship between time, purpose, and goals.

Join the conversation this Sunday, February 4th, at 4 pm, and be a part of this insightful exploration into the transformative power of time.

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 885 5992 9706
Passcode: 709290

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