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WELCOME TO TAMADI

Transafrica Management Development Institute (TAMADI) is registered in Zimbabwe as Tamadi Institute of Management. It is a private institution with its core business as Capacity Building, Development and Training zeroing in on Leadership (Management) Training and Development.

TAMADI is a result of the rebranding in 2012 of TransAfrican Management Consultants (TAMC) to include the human development identity. TransAfrican Management Consultants was registered in 1998. TAMADI was registered to broaden our focus to the capacity development needs of the whole of Africa. Fulfilling the training needs of organisations in Africa.

Tamadi was also registered in South Africa under registration details: 2011/062797/23. Our objectives are:

  • Provide training to Public & Private sector.

  • Implement community based projects

  • Enhance the management of resources

  • Provide applied research to all sectors

  • Provide consultancy in economic research

  • Develop strategies for African development

WE ARE THE NEW FACE IN LEADERSHIP TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

OUR VISION

TAMADI’s vision is to be the leader in the development and promotion of Management excellence and proficiency in Africa.

OUR MISSION

Its mission is to assist Managers in Africa attain management excellence and proficiency most cost-effectively and gender-sensitively.

OUR GOAL

One of TAMADI’s major goal is to promote management excellence among managers in Africa.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Computer Skills For Executive Secretaries

04 – 15 June 2018

Strategic Management for Executive Secretaries and Administrative Assistants

04 – 15 June 2018

Executive Secretary-ship Programme

18 – 22 June

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR UPCOMING TRAINING SESSIONS

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NEWS & ARTICLES

Latest news and updates from our blog

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The goal of management training is to increase productivity of all employees by motivating and educating managers. As manager confidence increases, so can the ability of the manager to implement company strategies, mitigate internal conflict and train subordinates to perform better. According to Carter McNamara, MBA, PhD at Authenticity Consulting, management training can reduce employee