Bank Windhoek investing in future-fit leadership: Chapman

• By Confidente Reporter

BANK Windhoek Executive Officer of Retail Banking Services and Specialists Finance, James Chapman says the bank cherishes its employees and has made a determined effort to invest in a Future-Fit Leadership and Talent pool.

Chapman delivered these remarks at the graduation ceremony of the first Bank Windhoek 38 intakes of the Harvard Management Programme, the Harvard ManageMentor.

He congratulated the graduates and stated that their achievements validated the ongoing work at Capricorn Group and Bank Windhoek.

The Harvard ManageMentor programme is designed to accelerate people development and corporate progress, is the global standard for online self-directed leadership and management training.

Participants can choose from 42 courses that address all aspects of self-managed leadership, leading others, and business leadership. 

The Harvard ManageMentor, a series of short online courses, assists participants in developing the most in-demand abilities for today’s work market.

Chapman stated that the world is changing at an unbelievable rate and that businesses should engage in staff development.

“The Bank’s vision is dependent on the current and future leadership of Capricorn Group and Bank Windhoek. In the modern age, business as usual entails flexible thinking, adaptable leadership, and the ability to thrive in a changing environment,” he explained.

Chapman went on to say that the bank’s mission is to give an elevated overall banking experience to its customers, relying on its personnel and strong relationships to do so while also increasing the Bank Windhoek brand.

“This growth is balanced by our commitment to the Namibian economy, sustainable development, job creation, and meaningful contributions to the communities in which we operate,” he said.

Graduates agreed during their testimonials that enrolling in the Harvard ManageMentor Programme provided them with the management knowledge and cross-functional perspective to drive success across domains, industries, and borders. They claimed that their engagements helped them develop a leadership attitude and successful techniques to get a competitive advantage.

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