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Lagos firm to hold summit on time management

Lagos firm to hold summit on time management
April 13
16:39 2017

SB telecoms, a Lagos-based technology company, with specialty in time attendance management and productivity solutions, will hold a summit in Lagos on May 18, 2017.

Olubunmi Aboderin-Talabi, chairperson of the summit,  said it will focus on productivity.

Aboderin-Talabi said in its bid to continue to promote a national consciousness of time management and productivity, SB telecoms launched the TAMS summit in 2016 to combat the malaise of African time.

“The summit is the brain child of SB telecoms and devices,” she said in a statement.

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“It will take place on Thursday, 18 May 2017, at Muson centre, Lagos, under the theme, ‘Boosting Employee Performance Beyond Pecuniary Benefits.’

“Among the traits of employees performance considered and measured by the software application include time management, competency, decision-making, industry knowledge and punctuality.”

Aboderin-Talabi said the summit was inspired by the success and acceptance of the company’s time attendance and human resource management solution.

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She said just like the inaugural edition, this year’s edition will attract leaders of thought from reputable global institutions of learning as well as the public and private sectors of the economy.

Some of the guests expected at the programme are: Doyin Salami, an associate professor at the Lagos Business School (LBS); Babatunde Fuad Durosinmi-Etti, Lagos commissioner, wealth creation & employment; Deremi Atanda ED, SystemSpecs; Omome Osime-Oloyede, MD, XL Express & Logistics.

Speaking on the relevance of the summit, Afolabi Abiodun, CEO of SB telecoms, said there have been lots of complaints and reservations over the productivity output of employees.

“A large number of employers are critical of the laissez-faire attitude displayed by their staff which negatively affects business performance and the company’s bottom-line,” Abiodun said.

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“Therefore, the essence of this summit is for business leaders to share insights and discuss how to improve and boost employee engagement, so as to improve business performance in their organisations.”

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