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Harmony Newsletter June 2015 Edition

More commendation came the way of Harmony Holdings Ltd in the course of the month under review. The Kwara State House of Assembly House Committee on Finance & Appropriation which paid a courtesy visit to the Company under the able leadership of its Chairman, Hon. Moshood Bakare commended the company for making huge impact in the economy of Kwara State within the short period of its existence, and urged the Management not to rest on their oars.

In the same vein, the Chairman, Board of Directors, Harmony Holdings Ltd, HRH (Prof) Halidu Abubakar while fielding broad range of questions from select news men, highlighted some achievements of the holding company since inception in 2013. He is of the opinion that the company has done tremendously well considering many landmark achievements it has so far recorded. The full text of the interview is featured for your information and reading delight in this edition.

Also in this edition, we feature issues that emanated from an interview session by Harmony News with our Group Executive Director, Administration, ICT and Corporate Affairs, Mr. Adebayo Sanni, who shed light on the renovation of Government assets being undertaken by Harmony Holdings Ltd.

2 directors of our subsidiary company, Kwara Football Academy engaged in commendable benevolent acts during the month under review when they used their personal influence to improve infrastructure facilities at the Academy. The identity of the subjects and details of their intervention are also featured in our back page of this edition.

In our “Economy Overview” segment anchored by Martin Olayemi of the Corporate Planning Unit, we highlight salient issues across the various sectors of the Nigerian and Global Economy which could have a bearing on business activities as they emerged in August 2015, with a peek into likely expectation for September.

The focus of performance appraisal has shifted in recent years away from strict evaluation toward improving performance and developing employees by means of honest and open discussion. With improvement and development as guiding principles, the appraisal process focuses on results and behaviour, not personality; issues and problems, not subjective gripes; constructive development to improve performance; and the motivation and growth of the employee. In our “HR Issue” Column for this edition, we discuss “How To Prepare for Appraisals”.

The level of intervention and transformation carried out by our Company in respect of some government assets is also featured in this bumper edition.

These and other regulars are for your reading pleasure in this edition.