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Call for Applications: Coaching to Transform Business Performance for Small and Growing Businesses in Kenya

7th October 2016
Creative Metier is excited to announce a call for applications for a six-month programme for CEOs and senior leaders of Small and Growing Businesses (SGBs) in Kenya entitled “Coaching to Transform Business Performance”. This programme is designed to support SGBs in Kenya poised for growth to address strategic challenges through executive coaching.
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Creative Metier publishes 2016 Governance Study

21st September 2016
Achieving good governance is an ongoing process that requires long term vision, it provides the framework to achieve accountability, make informed strategic decisions, manage risks and maintain the organisation’s health. Good governance provides incentives for the Board and management to pursue objectives that are in the interests of the organisation and its stakeholders. The presence of an effective governance system helps to provide the degree of confidence necessary for the correct functioning of an organisation to deliver its long term success.
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Call for Applications: Developing Your Executive Coaching Business to Serve Small and Growing Businesses in Kenya

22nd August 2016
Creative Metier is excited to announce a call for applications for an interactive workshop for accredited coaches entitled “Developing Your Executive Coaching Business to Serve Small and Growing Businesses (SGBs) in Kenya”.  This two-day event will convene executive coaches in Kenya who are actively working with SGBs or who seek to expand their client portfolio into the SGB market.
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Creative Metier publishes case studies on developing a coaching culture in African institutions

23rd June 2016
Creative Metier is pleased to publish case studies on the investment that two African institutions, Commercial Bank of Africa and Jubilee Insurance Company of Kenya, have made to develop their coaching culture.
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Creative Metier publishes report on ‘Supporting the Growth of Financial Inclusion: Building the Market for Executive Coaching in Nigeria’

13th May 2016
In 2015, Creative Metier conducted research for FSD Africa on the stage of development of the executive coaching market for the financial sector in Nigeria. As with several executive coaching markets across Africa, the Nigerian market is poised for significant growth.
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Creative Metier wins Argidius-ANDE Talent Challenge

12th April 2016
Creative Metier has been selected as one of five recipients of the Argidius-ANDE Talent Challenge, a new competition designed to support scalable models to address human capital constraints for small and growing businesses in emerging markets.
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Call for Applications: Programme to Support African Executive Coaching Firms

26th December 2015
FSD Africa and Creative Metier are pleased to announce a call for applications for the Programme to Support the Development of Firms Delivering Executive Coaching to the Financial Sector in sub-Saharan Africa.
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The 2015 Leadership & Diversity for Innovation Program

26th January 2015
2015 sees the further advancement in Creative Metier’s long-term relationship with Women’s World Banking. With support from Credit Suisse, The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Women’s World Banking and Creative Metier developed the 2015 Leadership & Diversity for Innovation Program.
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Creative Metier partners with Global Banking Alliance

16th January 2014
Creative Metier partners with Global Banking Alliance to launch the GBA Mentoring Program to support members in building their Women’s Market programs
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Catalyzing Management Development in Africa

12th December 2013
Africa has the potential for real progress. It has natural resources in abundance and a young expanding population. Foreign investment is on the rise. But Africa’s economic growth, among the fastest in the world, is rapidly draining the pool of local managers. These are the very people who are vital for translating opportunities into tangible results, increased competitiveness and a better life for all.
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Microfinance Banana Skins Survey 2012 published

27th September 2012
The Microfinance Banana Skins Survey, now in its fourth year, describes the risks facing the industry in the early part of 2012, at a time when it was struggling to recover from the global financial crisis, and from attacks on its reputation as a service to the world’s poor.
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Glynis Rankin to address MicroFinance Network Conference 2012

23rd May 2012
Glynis Rankin will be presenting a workshop at the MicroFinance Network Conference 2012 to be held on 2-3 June in Amman, Jordan.
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‘Arrested Development’: Glynis Rankin published in the HRDIRECTOR

15th May 2012
In her article ‘Arrested Development’ Glynis Rankin discusses the steps being taken by Women’s World Banking to address the trend of declining numbers of women at board and management in the microfinance industry
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