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Drive to pass skills, knowledge vital: CEO

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THE drive to pass on skills and knowledge to colleagues is needed among employees of any organisation, BSP chief financial officer and deputy CEO Johnson Kalo says.
He was speaking during the University of Papua New Guinea’s executive masters in business administration (MBA) pinnacle 2016 in Port Moresby on Monday.
He told the MBA students that having the journey to explore during one’s career was important while also giving something back to the organisations they worked in, and the country.
“The world is changing, so as we go through our lives, some of these things become habit.
“Through this process of exploration and learning, we come to obtain certain skills that we carry through,” Kalo said.
“The other responsibility that we have is to pass on those skills. That’s another component of leadership that needs to exist – you and I need to leave behind something.”
UPNG School of Business and Public Policy senior lecturer Ponnusamy Manohar said this was the 13th batch under the university’s MBA programme.
“This is not a graduation. What they have learnt in the class will be demonstrated here and will also be a marketing event for future MBA students, also for them to network as well,” he said.
“I’m expecting about 15-20 students to be graduating next year from this programme.
“The students are from both the private sector and government organisations. Some are sponsored by their organisations while others are self-sponsored.”

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