BUSINESS NETWORKING – Source of cheap funding
Business networking is a marketing method CF-Human Excellence uses to create business opportunities through networks of like-minded business people. There are several prominent business professionals who take part in our networking events which allows the business person to build new business relationship, access funding through partnership and generate business opportunities at the same time.

Online business networking
We use social networks like Face Book, Twitter, Skype and other professional business networking events as a means of growing our circle of business contacts and promoting entrepreneurs online. Since businesses are expanding globally, our social networking events make it easier to keep in touch with other contacts around the world.

Face-to-face business networking
Professionals who wish to leverage their entrepreneurial-networking skills with the urgency of physically being present are made to attend general and exclusive events. Entrepreneurs who prefer face-to-face networking over online based networking because of its potential for higher quality relationships are encouraged to attend such programs. Face-to-face business networking helps you to actually know and meet who you intend to do business with. You actually get the opportunity to discuss your financial issues.
ICMS is a multipartite, industry-driven Training organization that brings all mining sector stakeholders together to address human resources issues. Incorporated in 2013, ICMS is an independent private organization. It is a recognized leader in the identification and analysis of HR issues facing the industry, as well as the catalyst for the development and implementation of HR solutions in the mining sector.

ICMS spearheads the collaboration among the Ghanaian mining sector’s communities of interest to:
  • Identify emerging human resources opportunities and challenges;
  • Develop targeted solutions; and
  • Facilitate their implementation to improve employee’s performance on the job.
  • Hire employees who have been trained and assessed in line with accepted standard.

ICMS’ program and certificate is designed to increase the recognition of skills and competencies, support worker mobility, and create consistent, quality training for the mining and minerals exploration industry in Ghana. The training programs are designed to ensure that it addresses the industry’s training requirements and remains relevant and practical. They also include occupation-specific Essential Skills Profiles, which are assessed of the necessary employability skills requirements.
  • Distinctive Knowledge – Intellectual capital as a strategic factor; a set of understandings used by people to make decisions or take actions that are important to the company.

  • Rapid Change – Continuous, rapid and complex; generates uncertainty and reduces predictability.

  • Pervasive Globalization – R&D, technology, production, trade, finance, communication and information has resulted in opening of new economies, global hyper-competition, and interdependency among mining and mining related companies.

Today, we are all living in a chaotic transition period to a new age defined by global competition, rampant change, faster flow of information and communication, increasing business complexity, and pervasive globalization. The pace of change has become so rapid that it takes a different type of organization to be dominant and marked entirely new era of business. Imperial College of Mines and Safety is the place for you.

This new environment is also characterized by "more far-reaching technological advances, and a consumer who has adjusted to this quicker pace and whose fickle preferences are revised with the speed of a television commercial."

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