The Executive Chairman of the MacDan Foundation, Dr Daniel McKorley, was the Guest Speaker at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration - GIMPA’s 22nd Congregation on Saturday.
Beyond urgings students to develop a positive and winning mentality towards life and work after school, he left the group with the foundational keywords;
"It is my hope that as you step out to take your rightful place in your various career fields, you are going to apply the knowledge and skills acquired to inspire others so that collectively you can address the issues that we face as a country. Ghana and the world await you."
He added that, they have a chance to show what they can do. For opportunities to both succeed and fail will come their way.
"You have a chance to show what you can do. There will be opportunities to succeed and also to fail. Accept both, for even in failing we all learn. Question and challenge everything that doesn’t seem to be working. Bring your energy, enthusiasm, and drive to the world."
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