Succeeding as countries and businesses requires learning from everywhere.
Entrepreneurs and policymakers should adopt a proactive, adaptive, and collaborative approach, embracing the opportunity to learn from various sources and continuously seeking innovative solutions to remain competitive and foster prosperity.
How to embed a leader’s vision in the company
To embed a leader's vision in a company, it's essential to communicate the vision clearly, lead by example, and provide the necessary resources and support for employees. Regular communication, adaptability, and fostering a shared sense of purpose are key to aligning the entire organization with the leader's vision.
Navigating the Energy Sector
During Africa Climate Week, AMI Enterprise partnered with POWERHer to host an exclusive event in Kigali, Rwanda tailored to professionals within the energy sector. The event provided a unique opportunity for talent managers, HR professionals and those in the workforce to gain insights and strategies for advancing their careers in the energy industry and as leaders in a broader professional context.
Creating heritage is every business leader’s responsibility and opportunity
Creating heritage is both the responsibility and opportunity of every business leader. It involves shaping a lasting legacy that extends beyond financial success to encompass values, ethics, and a positive impact on society. By fostering a corporate culture that values integrity, innovation, and social responsibility, leaders have the chance to leave a meaningful mark on their organizations and the world, inspiring future generations to continue building upon a foundation of purpose and principles.
AMI’s 2022 Impact Report: The Resilience Factor
The AMI 2022 Impact Report is a tribute to the tireless dedication of these ambitious businesses, entrepreneurs, our partners and friends. Your unwavering collaboration and support have fueled our mission to empower African entrepreneurs and drive sustainable change.
Telling the truth is the lubricant for good business
Trust isn't just a valuable asset in business; it's the bedrock of sustainable relationships and prosperity. It fosters loyalty among customers, inspires dedicated employees, and attracts valuable investors. Businesses built on trust are better equipped to weather challenges and drive long-term success.
Transforming Workplace Learning in Africa
Workplace learning in Africa has transformed with dynamic, learner-centric approaches and Powerskills as key drivers of success. Led by Asha Mweru, AMI Enterprise empowers professionals with cutting-edge programmes tailored to their unique needs.
Customer care can make a small business stand out
ZA Support stands out with exceptional customer service, keeping clients informed and prioritizing their needs. Led by CEO Courtney's passion and dedication, the company thrives on a committed team. Despite challenges, Courtney's journey from adversity to success fuels their desire to solve real problems. A distinctive competitive advantage and a passion-driven team make ZA Support shine in the business landscape.
Getting a job in a small firm requires a different approach from a big firm
Getting a job in a start-up? It's about more than just a CV. Small ventures value dedication, honesty, and tangible value. Show your commitment to their success and make personal connections. Be extraordinary in a unique environment.
Creating jobs requires fertile soil for small businesses to survive and grow
South Africa has been very successful in creating big companies, but we need more lovely family businesses that employ fifty people and provide quality goods and services. The numbers do not support the image of an entrepreneurial nation. It’s not all bad news. The government and private sector have put a huge effort into encouraging the creation of small businesses. Stats SA reported that small businesses generated 22% of total turnover in the formal business sector in 2019 compared to 16% in 2013. That’s still low, but it is good growth. To sustain this growth maybe the soil in which businesses grow needs attention.
Continuing with the next step while things fall apart
Discover how entrepreneurs navigate economic, political, and social challenges, drawing inspiration from an extraordinary story during wartime. Explore the power of resilience, constructive action, and the potential for small businesses to make a meaningful impact in their communities.
BK partners with AMI to train employees with new strategic skills and graduates over 200 staff
As a financial institution looking to improve the quality and profitability of its assets, the Bank of Kigali (BK) joined hands with the African Management Institute (AMI) to foster a productive and employee-focused workplace.