CIC Group affirms its commitment to the cooperative movement with capacity building drive

More than 200 co-operative CEOs have benefited from CIC Group’s blended business and strategic management capacity building program that aimed at increasing the growth and competitiveness of co-operatives and co-operative enterprises in the country.

Speaking during the kick-off of the three-day annual Cooperatives CEO Forum in Naivasha, CIC Group Chief Executive Officer Patrick Nyaga has said the initiative is set to empower societies with the necessary tools to thrive in today’s competitive and dynamic landscape.

“As CIC, we firmly believe that cooperative CEOs play a crucial role in the success and sustainability of their organizations. By offering this comprehensive training program, we aim to empower cooperative CEOs with the skills and knowledge they need to make informed decisions, drive growth, and create a positive impact within their communities,” said Mr. Nyaga.

In the past year, CIC has conducted 25 trainings, both physical and virtual, helping to improve tactics among co-operative officials on financial wellness, governance, credit management, member engagement and empowerment, risk management, sustainable growth, and development, as well as sensitizing them on CIC products and services.

“Our program is designed to address the specific needs of cooperative CEOs to help them navigate complex and uncertain macro-economic environments. Through a series of interactive workshops, case studies, and hands-on exercises, participants will gain a deeper understanding of key business concepts and strategies. This holistic approach ensures that cooperative CEOs will apply their newfound skills effectively in their respective enterprises and impart members in the long term.” added Mr. Nyaga.