Today, I want us to look at the concluding part of our soft skills series which started last week. Just a little recap, last week, we looked at communication skills (written and verbal), team work and adaptability.
Every graduate has a degree but what distinguishes one graduate from the other are “soft skills”. There are thousand and one graduates out there with a degree in marketing ,engineering, accounting etc. but what gives you a competitive edge is your soft skills.
True to the words of Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah, the African is indeed capable of managing its own affairs and Ghana has once again stood out as a perfect example of this African dream.
Following the country's first satellite launch in space this year, comes another milestone, the local production of boxers and bikinis. The official launch of this to enable its release into the market, comes off tomorrow, August 9, 2017.
Accra, August 3, 2017 --- Challenges Worldwide Ghana (www.challengesworldwide.com) in collaboration with Reach for Change,is organising the inaugural ‘Skill Shop 2017’event on Saturday, the 12thAugust, 2017 at the Balme Library Seminar Room, University of Ghana9:00am prompt.
The West Africa Centre for Crop Improvement (WACCI) at the University of Ghana (UG) is set to release three new hybrid maize varieties onto the Ghanaian market for cultivation and consumption.
This follows approval and recommendation from the National Variety Release and Registration Committee (NVRRC) of the Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MoFA).