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WELCOME TO THE FOBDA SEMINAR. You can book your space now. Register so that we can use your details to make your certificate of attendance. For more details about the seminar, please scroll down and fill the registration form. Welcome!

Welcome to the Leadership Seminar. Be the first to register and get a good discount.

MAJOR PROFESSIONAL TOPICS
Session 1

Change Management

Session 2

Effective Organisational Leadership

Session 3

Project Management and Strategic Thinking

REGISTRATION, COSTS, AND MODES OF PAYMENT  

Week 1 to Week 5

MK15,000

Last Week

MK20,000

Same Day

MK25,000
This includes refreshments and certificate. See you there!
METHODS OF PAYMENT

Pay through Airtel money: 0994623384/0999265516

OR BANK

Bank name: National Bank of Malawi

Account name: McClintock AcSmhour

Account number: 1007684351

Branch: Lilongwe Old Town

Bank name: National Bank of Malawi

Account name: Noel Ndawala

Account number: 1006991657

Branch: Lilongwe Old Town

Send your proof of payment to: registernow.fobda@yahoo.com

SPEAKERS

McClintock AcSmhour

Founder & CEO FOBDA

Lecturer at MAGU

Author, Teacher, & Leader

MA. Christian Leadership

Noel Ndawala

Executive Director FOBDA

Founder & CEO HHF

Leader & Entrepreneur

MA. Entrepreneurship

Tryness Musonda

Principal Secretary FOBDA

Entrepreneur & Leader

Dip. Education

Zambia

GOOD LUCK! SEE YOU THERE!

Register Now and Get Early Bird Price

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Seats are limited, so be sure to sign up soon to reserve your spot now!

“I really enjoy FOBDA lessons. I certainly would recommend this SEMINAR to everyone who feels the calling of being a leader or entrepreneur and to people like myself who need to consolidate the knowledge that they have attained over time.”
Anthony, Malawi.

“I have attended FOBDA seminars several times in Swaziland. Their lessons are excellent and well structured. I now have a much better grounding in change management, effective organizational leadership, and project strategic planning!”
Nosipho, Swaziland.

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