16 March, 2011
"My aim is to motivate, encourage and inspire individuals (men and women) to rise to their potential, succeed in spite of life's challenges and shine their light of influence and impact to the youth in their own unique way. My core areas of competency will be personal development, professional development and relationship development. Recognizing men and fathers as husbands, caregivers, and sober, responsible and spiritually guided men who are courageous pillars of their communities,: remarked Ms. Twala, who is serves as Botswana's Coordinator for 2011 International Men's Day.
How Do We Help Men Succeed and Grow?
By producing and participating in personal and professional development workshops, seminars and other empowering events designed to help individuals and organizations get from where they are to where they want to be.
By developing coaching programs that help men reach their goals in a more targeted, authentic and accelerated way
By unabashedly helping men get real about their stress, mess and drama so they can breakthrough the internal roadblocks that hold them back.
If any persons wish to celebrate the event and would like to learn more please contact Geneuvieve Twala on email: email@example.com
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