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Productivity training

Salaseini Moceiwai
Friday, February 28, 2014

PARTICIPANTS at a training session yesterday had the opportunity to exchange ideas and opinions about becoming good leaders.

Organised by the FNU's National Training and Productivity Centre, the training was aimed at educating participants about the importance of improving productivity and quality.

Facilitator and department manager Robin Anganu said the training was also designed to promote effective teamwork, communications within organisations, management and employee relationships.

Participant and Countdown Supermarket manager Jitesh Kumar said the session would boost his leadership skills.

"Not only are we here to improve our productivity and quality, we are also here to gain basic skills of applying quality circle tools in problem-solving for quality improvement," he said.

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