The FWN Upcoming Events

2018 Startup 101 – Accessories Training with Maajoa Asabea Yeboah (Asabea Ayisi Brand)


We’re excited to announce our next event: 2018 Startup 101- Accessories Training. This course has been designed to help you learn how to make fabric and beaded accessories, and earn extra income from them. Details are as follows:

The FWN Accessories Training with Asabea Ayisi
Saturday 19th May, 2018 from 10am – 5pm
Sunday 20th May, 2018 from 1pm – 6pm
Venue: Hapaspace, Adum, Kumasi
Rate: GHS350 per person for the two days
Content: Fabric Necklaces, Brooches and Earrings, Beaded Necklaces, Hair Accessories, Personal Branding Tips, How to Export Your Made-In-Ghana accessories
Facilitator: Maajoa Asabea Yeboah , Founder of The Asabea Ayisi Brand

To confirm your participation in the Accessories Training, kindly call or WhatsApp +233 244 721 062 or click here 👉🏾


2018 Executive Strategy Retreat With Yawa Hansen – Quao


The FWN ESR with Yawa

Founder’s Message

A new year is here with many opportunities for us to tap into in order to achieve success. Do you have a clear vision of what success means to you? And do you have the right strategy to make you achieve success? Our work with corporate leaders and entrepreneurs expose us to the challenges they face as they attempt to execute their yearly goals. Two of the main challenges that cut across are lack of clarity of vision and the right strategy to implement. This is why The Fabulous Woman Network (The FWN) is excited to invite a seasoned Leadership Coach to help brilliant and purpose-driven people develop a roadmap to achieve their dreams and goals. Read on to find out more about the 2018 Executive Strategy Retreat.

Benefits of the Executive Strategy Retreat
Participants will be helped to:
 Drill down and get more specific about what we want to accomplish. It is not enough to think ‘I want to make more money’. We need to be more specific than that.
 Identify key tasks and set achievable timelines for our goals. This program gives us a clear target to shoot for as well as a yardstick to measure how close we have come to achieving our goal.
 Create a roadmap with concrete actions we can change to create the change we most want to see in our lives.
 Work effectively with an Accountability Partner. Our success will be propelled or hindered by those closest to us. That is why a big part of our Executive Strategy Retreat focuses on getting people in our cjorner that will cheer us on, pray for and tell us when we need to make adjustments.

What to expect at the Executive Strategy Retreat
 Intensive interactive sessions
 Guided vision casting and vision-mapping activities
 Personal tasks to accomplish within set period of time
 An opportunity to network with other high profile leaders
Target Participants
 Corporate Executives
 Entrepreneurs
 Leaders of Organisations and Associations
 Professional Men and Women
 People looking to have a change in their lives
 Friday 13th to Sunday 15th April, 2018
 Coconut Grove Resort, Elmina
Participants also get:
 Full board accommodation at the African Village for two nights (Room upgrade is available upon request for an additional fee)
 Course Materials
 Access to hotel facilities such as golf course and gym
 Branded Souvenirs

About the Facilitator
Yawa Hansen-Quao is a certified business protocol consultant, business strategist and leadership coach specialized in providing customized business support, capacity-building and talent management services to local enterprises and foreign individuals/companies establishing business presence in Ghana. With over 12 years’ experience, Yawa has worked with international companies such as Barclays Bank, United Nations, Coca-Cola and Dow Chemicals. Yawa is also passionate about the development of women leaders and founded the nonprofit Leading Ladies’ Network to support women from the developing world with programs and resources that enhance their leadership capacity.
In 2012, Yawa authored the book Daughters of Zelophehad; a leadership guidebook for emerging women leaders and served for three years on the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers Foundation board from 2013. As a 2016 Eisenhower fellow, Yawa currently serves on the Eisenhower Fellowship’s Global Network Council and is also a member of the Board of Directors of Ashesi University; a pioneer liberal arts university in Ghana.

Ama Duncan, Founder of The Fabulous Woman Network

Testimonials from 2017 Executive Strategy Retreat

‘The 2017 Executive Strategy Retreat provided an inspiring, immersive and supportive environment that helped me imagine the future I want to create, see myself in it and create a strategy to implement. I discovered my true passion, re-examined my professional goals, and learned to balance the stresses of work and life. It was a very unique and experiential 2-day event.’ ~ Akua Asantewah Bediako, A Banker

‘The Executive Strategy Retreat was such an eye-opening training session. It gave me a new perspective of doing things both in my professional and personal life. I highly recommend it’ ~ Linda D. Acquah, A Lawyer

 2,500.00 Ghana Cedis per participant (flexible payment plan available)

How to enroll
 To enroll, please make payment by 13th April, 2018 through any of the means stated below
 Send a copy of the receipt to us via email –
Bank Name: Access Bank
Branch: Adum
Account Name: The Fabulous Woman Network
Account Number: 0140224073901

Bank Name: Zenith Bank
Branch: Suame
Account Name: The Fabulous Woman Network
Account Number: 6011606628

MTN Mobile Money Transfer
Number: 0244721062
Name: Ama Duncan
(Kindly use your participant’s name as reference)

*Call us on +233244721062 for further clarification.

We look forward to welcoming the leaders in your organization to this life-changing program.

Ama Duncan

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