NOSAK GROUP HOLDS MANAGEMENT RETREAT, AIMS FOR MARKET LEADERSHIP.
Nosak Group recently held a two-day Management Retreat themed “Turn and Accelerate: From Stability to Leadership” at Sunfit Hotels, Amuwo Odofin where over 30 Managers and Department Heads from across Nigeria gathered. The retreat was facilitated by Vital Solutions Consult Inc: A leading organisational diagnostics and solution provider.
Guest speaker, Sam Ohuabunwa (OFR), Founder SOFEE Consult, led the retreat with a session on Corporate and Institutional Leadership. A former Chairman/CEO of Pfizer West Africa, Sam Ohuabunwa has over 33 years of cognate corporate and organisational leadership experience, 18 years of which were at CEO level.
Dr. Toni Ogunbor, Chairman of Nosak Group, also conducted a session on the state of the company and trends in Nigerian economy. He recognised the newest venture of the Group; Nosak Farm Produce Limited as a premiere manufacturing company providing over 300 direct and indirect jobs and ranking as one of the top vegetable oil refiners in the country. With a current capacity of 200 tonnes per day and a farm size of approximately 800 hectares, the company is set to acquire an additional 20,000 hectares in Edo State for backward integration and further increase it’s refining capacity in 2016. This will create additional jobs and export opportunities for the country, which the Federal Government has encouraged of recent times. He further stated that, “It was an outstanding retreat and the results will be felt throughout the company for a long time to come. All our team members were able to benefit from the discussions with external facilitators and to participate in the continued aim for leadership of the company.”
An indigenous conglomerate founded in 1984, Nosak Group has built a reputation for providing the highest quality services and products ranging from lubricants, ethanol, retail outlets, real estate, financial services, healthcare solutions, logistics and industrial packaging for clients across Nigeria, as well as neighbouring countries like Ghana and Cameroon.