The PALI centre for Leadership and People Development, the human capital-building arm of the Passionate Africa Leadership Institute [PALI], has instituted an annual non-conventional learning platform to complement traditional tools of knowledge transfer.
This year’s annual PALI New Year School will focus on the process of breeding innovators and entrepreneurs to occupy existing vacuum in Africa’s industrial space.
The institute in a statement signed by the Director, Frank Paa Kumi said the institute has an intention to turnaround Africa’s fortune and industrialization to rethink entrepreneur and innovation particularly emphasizing on its relatively young generation.
The 4-day learning platform, which begins on Wednesday,10th January to Saturday 3rd February 2018, will find answers to crucial issues such as staying healthily, emotionally, psychologically, physically and spiritually connected in the journey to entrepreneurship.
Terry Duperon, special guest and keynote speaker among other accomplished entrepreneurs for the 2018 edition, will be seeking to inspire and stimulate attendees to bring into existence business ideas, social concepts, and other innovative platforms through creativity.
Terry L. Duperon is an inventor, innovator, entrepreneur, educator and a highly successful businessman.
His four decades in business have led to the development of a non-traditional approach to viewing opportunities. Terry’s multi-million dollar manufacturing company is based on his unique concepts.
PALI is a development institute with the focus on promoting social accountability, people development, and policy advocacy for effective natural capital governance.
The mission of PALI is to continuously strive to grow and empower future leaders and community actors through institutional engagement, innovative approaches and creative learning models.
By: Farida Yusif/citifmonline.com/Ghana