The 2018 edition of the Springboard Road Show, a programme that aims at mentoring business executives, civil society leaders, and role models nationwide has begun.
The programme, which also aims at human capital development and social transformation is a month-long event, which would be held in four zones; Northern belt in Tamale, Middle belt in Kumasi, Western belt in Cape Coast and Global convocation in Accra.
The programme is an initiative of the Springboard Road Show Foundation with support from MTN Ghana and Legacy and Legacy.
The theme for this year’s event is: ‘Leveraging Strategy and Technology.’
The Reverend Albert Ocran, Executive Director of Springboard Road Show Foundation, said this year’s event was meant to empower people to leverage on technology for improved productivity.
He said technology had become the driving force for economies, hence the need to empower citizens technologically to achieve maximum results.
Madam Georgina Fiagbenu, a Senior Communications Manager at MTN Ghana, urged workers to be passionate about what they did to ensure excellence.
She said workers must be responsible for the roles they played in organisations advising them to develop positive work attitudes to enhance productivity.
Participants were taken through lessons on how to use social media and technology to drive their activities, savings and investments.