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  • “DO WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO AND NOT WHAT YOU CAN DO”

    The President of the African University College of Communications (AUCC) Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright, has advised Ghanaians and Africans in general, to imbibe the attitude and mentality of “do what you have to do” instead of the current mindset of “do what you can do”, as the latter sets limitations on people even before they embark on performing their assignments, killing creativity and innovation. Dr. Anim-Wright made this call in an interview with Winston Amoah, host of 3FM 92.7’s morning show, Sunrise on Wednesday, October 26, 2016.

    Dr. Anim-Wright explained that to succeed in life hard work is critical, adding that it is imperative for anyone who wants to succeed to focus mainly on hard work and the experiences life bring, and not on money.

    She revealed how influential her parents have been in her life’s journey, from her early education days through to her current career status, and tasked parents to be mindful of their responsibilities towards the development of their children. She bemoaned the culture of African parents speaking only English with their children at home, and was quick to add that there must be a more proactive approach to mentoring the current generation of youth. She charged all to embrace the rich cultural heritage of Ghana.

    Responding to the question about the perceived negative attitude of some Ghanaians to work, Dr. Anim-Wright said negative attitude to work is not peculiar to Ghana, but exists across the globe. She however explained that these negative attitudes are not unsurmountable and emphasized the need for proper mentorship of younger staff members so that their potentials are maximized. She also encouraged the youth to work diligently, and recommended that all workers should endeavour to give off 100 percent of their abilities in all they do. She revealed that her greatest achievement has been the students she mentored and helped navigate through the storms of life to become wonderful contributors to the progress of society.

    Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright was installed as the President of AUCC on Thursday, October 20, 2016 at the institution’s Discovery House campus at Adabraka, Accra. She was appointed President of AUCC on September 1, 2015 after holding that office in an acting capacity from June to August 2015.

    Dr. Anim-Wright is the immediate past Vice President for Academic Affairs in AUCC. As VP for Academic Affairs, she served as the Chief Academic Officer, and was responsible for managing the schools and academic units, and driving the policies and practices that affect the academic life of the University College.

    She joined the AUCC Community in 2013, as Dean of the Business School. During her tenure, the Business School was renamed the Sam E. Jonah School of Business. Prior to her appointment at AUCC, she worked at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) where she served as Director of the Centre for Management Development before her appointment as Director of Corporate Affairs and Institutional Advancement.

    The University currently runs two degree programmes, namely, Bachelor of Arts in Communications Studies and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. AUCC has been ranked by UNESCO, as a Centre of Excellence in Journalism and Communications Studies.

  • “DO WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO AND NOT WHAT YOU CAN DO”

    The President of the African University College of Communications (AUCC) Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright, has advised Ghanaians and Africans in general, to imbibe the attitude and mentality of “do what you have to do” instead of the current mindset of “do what you can do”, as the latter sets limitations on people even before they embark on performing their assignments, killing creativity and innovation. Dr. Anim-Wright made this call in an interview with Winston Amoah, host of 3FM 92.7’s morning show, Sunrise on Wednesday, October 26, 2016.

    Dr. Anim-Wright explained that to succeed in life hard work is critical, adding that it is imperative for anyone who wants to succeed to focus mainly on hard work and the experiences life bring, and not on money.

    She revealed how influential her parents have been in her life’s journey, from her early education days through to her current career status, and tasked parents to be mindful of their responsibilities towards the development of their children. She bemoaned the culture of African parents speaking only English with their children at home, and was quick to add that there must be a more proactive approach to mentoring the current generation of youth. She charged all to embrace the rich cultural heritage of Ghana.

    Responding to the question about the perceived negative attitude of some Ghanaians to work, Dr. Anim-Wright said negative attitude to work is not peculiar to Ghana, but exists across the globe. She however explained that these negative attitudes are not unsurmountable and emphasized the need for proper mentorship of younger staff members so that their potentials are maximized. She also encouraged the youth to work diligently, and recommended that all workers should endeavour to give off 100 percent of their abilities in all they do. She revealed that her greatest achievement has been the students she mentored and helped navigate through the storms of life to become wonderful contributors to the progress of society.

    Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright was installed as the President of AUCC on Thursday, October 20, 2016 at the institution’s Discovery House campus at Adabraka, Accra. She was appointed President of AUCC on September 1, 2015 after holding that office in an acting capacity from June to August 2015.

    Dr. Anim-Wright is the immediate past Vice President for Academic Affairs in AUCC. As VP for Academic Affairs, she served as the Chief Academic Officer, and was responsible for managing the schools and academic units, and driving the policies and practices that affect the academic life of the University College.

    She joined the AUCC Community in 2013, as Dean of the Business School. During her tenure, the Business School was renamed the Sam E. Jonah School of Business. Prior to her appointment at AUCC, she worked at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) where she served as Director of the Centre for Management Development before her appointment as Director of Corporate Affairs and Institutional Advancement.

    The University currently runs two degree programmes, namely, Bachelor of Arts in Communications Studies and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. AUCC has been ranked by UNESCO, as a Centre of Excellence in Journalism and Communications Studies.

  • “DO WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO AND NOT WHAT YOU CAN DO”

    The President of the African University College of Communications (AUCC) Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright, has advised Ghanaians and Africans in general, to imbibe the attitude and mentality of “do what you have to do” instead of the current mindset of “do what you can do”, as the latter sets limitations on people even before they embark on performing their assignments, killing creativity and innovation. Dr. Anim-Wright made this call in an interview with Winston Amoah, host of 3FM 92.7’s morning show, Sunrise on Wednesday, October 26, 2016.

    Dr. Anim-Wright explained that to succeed in life hard work is critical, adding that it is imperative for anyone who wants to succeed to focus mainly on hard work and the experiences life bring, and not on money.

    She revealed how influential her parents have been in her life’s journey, from her early education days through to her current career status, and tasked parents to be mindful of their responsibilities towards the development of their children. She bemoaned the culture of African parents speaking only English with their children at home, and was quick to add that there must be a more proactive approach to mentoring the current generation of youth. She charged all to embrace the rich cultural heritage of Ghana.

    Responding to the question about the perceived negative attitude of some Ghanaians to work, Dr. Anim-Wright said negative attitude to work is not peculiar to Ghana, but exists across the globe. She however explained that these negative attitudes are not unsurmountable and emphasized the need for proper mentorship of younger staff members so that their potentials are maximized. She also encouraged the youth to work diligently, and recommended that all workers should endeavour to give off 100 percent of their abilities in all they do. She revealed that her greatest achievement has been the students she mentored and helped navigate through the storms of life to become wonderful contributors to the progress of society.

    Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright was installed as the President of AUCC on Thursday, October 20, 2016 at the institution’s Discovery House campus at Adabraka, Accra. She was appointed President of AUCC on September 1, 2015 after holding that office in an acting capacity from June to August 2015.

    Dr. Anim-Wright is the immediate past Vice President for Academic Affairs in AUCC. As VP for Academic Affairs, she served as the Chief Academic Officer, and was responsible for managing the schools and academic units, and driving the policies and practices that affect the academic life of the University College.

    She joined the AUCC Community in 2013, as Dean of the Business School. During her tenure, the Business School was renamed the Sam E. Jonah School of Business. Prior to her appointment at AUCC, she worked at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) where she served as Director of the Centre for Management Development before her appointment as Director of Corporate Affairs and Institutional Advancement.

    The University currently runs two degree programmes, namely, Bachelor of Arts in Communications Studies and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. AUCC has been ranked by UNESCO, as a Centre of Excellence in Journalism and Communications Studies.

  • “DO WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO AND NOT WHAT YOU CAN DO”

    The President of the African University College of Communications (AUCC) Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright, has advised Ghanaians and Africans in general, to imbibe the attitude and mentality of “do what you have to do” instead of the current mindset of “do what you can do”, as the latter sets limitations on people even before they embark on performing their assignments, killing creativity and innovation. Dr. Anim-Wright made this call in an interview with Winston Amoah, host of 3FM 92.7’s morning show, Sunrise on Wednesday, October 26, 2016.

    Dr. Anim-Wright explained that to succeed in life hard work is critical, adding that it is imperative for anyone who wants to succeed to focus mainly on hard work and the experiences life bring, and not on money.

    She revealed how influential her parents have been in her life’s journey, from her early education days through to her current career status, and tasked parents to be mindful of their responsibilities towards the development of their children. She bemoaned the culture of African parents speaking only English with their children at home, and was quick to add that there must be a more proactive approach to mentoring the current generation of youth. She charged all to embrace the rich cultural heritage of Ghana.

    Responding to the question about the perceived negative attitude of some Ghanaians to work, Dr. Anim-Wright said negative attitude to work is not peculiar to Ghana, but exists across the globe. She however explained that these negative attitudes are not unsurmountable and emphasized the need for proper mentorship of younger staff members so that their potentials are maximized. She also encouraged the youth to work diligently, and recommended that all workers should endeavour to give off 100 percent of their abilities in all they do. She revealed that her greatest achievement has been the students she mentored and helped navigate through the storms of life to become wonderful contributors to the progress of society.

    Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright was installed as the President of AUCC on Thursday, October 20, 2016 at the institution’s Discovery House campus at Adabraka, Accra. She was appointed President of AUCC on September 1, 2015 after holding that office in an acting capacity from June to August 2015.

    Dr. Anim-Wright is the immediate past Vice President for Academic Affairs in AUCC. As VP for Academic Affairs, she served as the Chief Academic Officer, and was responsible for managing the schools and academic units, and driving the policies and practices that affect the academic life of the University College.

    She joined the AUCC Community in 2013, as Dean of the Business School. During her tenure, the Business School was renamed the Sam E. Jonah School of Business. Prior to her appointment at AUCC, she worked at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) where she served as Director of the Centre for Management Development before her appointment as Director of Corporate Affairs and Institutional Advancement.

    The University currently runs two degree programmes, namely, Bachelor of Arts in Communications Studies and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. AUCC has been ranked by UNESCO, as a Centre of Excellence in Journalism and Communications Studies.

  • “DO WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO AND NOT WHAT YOU CAN DO”

    The President of the African University College of Communications (AUCC) Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright, has advised Ghanaians and Africans in general, to imbibe the attitude and mentality of “do what you have to do” instead of the current mindset of “do what you can do”, as the latter sets limitations on people even before they embark on performing their assignments, killing creativity and innovation. Dr. Anim-Wright made this call in an interview with Winston Amoah, host of 3FM 92.7’s morning show, Sunrise on Wednesday, October 26, 2016.

    Dr. Anim-Wright explained that to succeed in life hard work is critical, adding that it is imperative for anyone who wants to succeed to focus mainly on hard work and the experiences life bring, and not on money.

    She revealed how influential her parents have been in her life’s journey, from her early education days through to her current career status, and tasked parents to be mindful of their responsibilities towards the development of their children. She bemoaned the culture of African parents speaking only English with their children at home, and was quick to add that there must be a more proactive approach to mentoring the current generation of youth. She charged all to embrace the rich cultural heritage of Ghana.

    Responding to the question about the perceived negative attitude of some Ghanaians to work, Dr. Anim-Wright said negative attitude to work is not peculiar to Ghana, but exists across the globe. She however explained that these negative attitudes are not unsurmountable and emphasized the need for proper mentorship of younger staff members so that their potentials are maximized. She also encouraged the youth to work diligently, and recommended that all workers should endeavour to give off 100 percent of their abilities in all they do. She revealed that her greatest achievement has been the students she mentored and helped navigate through the storms of life to become wonderful contributors to the progress of society.

    Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright was installed as the President of AUCC on Thursday, October 20, 2016 at the institution’s Discovery House campus at Adabraka, Accra. She was appointed President of AUCC on September 1, 2015 after holding that office in an acting capacity from June to August 2015.

    Dr. Anim-Wright is the immediate past Vice President for Academic Affairs in AUCC. As VP for Academic Affairs, she served as the Chief Academic Officer, and was responsible for managing the schools and academic units, and driving the policies and practices that affect the academic life of the University College.

    She joined the AUCC Community in 2013, as Dean of the Business School. During her tenure, the Business School was renamed the Sam E. Jonah School of Business. Prior to her appointment at AUCC, she worked at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) where she served as Director of the Centre for Management Development before her appointment as Director of Corporate Affairs and Institutional Advancement.

    The University currently runs two degree programmes, namely, Bachelor of Arts in Communications Studies and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. AUCC has been ranked by UNESCO, as a Centre of Excellence in Journalism and Communications Studies.

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