A new book on corporate strategy and leadership was launched at the Hive Global Leadership Programme held at the Golden Tulip hotel in Nairobi. The book “V.U.C.A world and the future of Corporate Strategy and Leadership” by Dr. Victor Abbey CEO of the V5 Solutions Ltd was launched by the CEO of the Global Peace Foundation Kenya Mr. Daniel Juma and the Chairman and founder of Ghanaian based Afro Arab Group Of Companies Ambassador Alhaji Salamu Amadue.
Dr Abbey is a Consultant, Mentor, and Trainer in Strategic Leadership, Change Management, Business Continuity Management, Occupational Safety & Health Management, and Security Risk Management. He has over twenty (20) years of combined professional military and corporate leadership experience. He has previously worked with Tullow Ghana Ltd, Accra Brewery Ltd, DHL Supply Chain.
He has trained participants on various programs such as Change Management with NIBS EMBA Students, Strategic Leadership and Team Management with PETROSOL Ltd, Teamwork and Effective Security Risk Management with Fiesta Royale Hotel and Residences, Emergency Response Management with Accra City Hotel, Occupational Safety and Health with Ghana Employers Association & IPMA, Effective Reintegration into Civil Life to avoid Cultural Shock with Ghana Armed Forces and, VUCA and the future of Leadership with Webinar for Corporate Leaders.
Dr. Abbey holds a doctorate in Business Administration and a Master of Applied Business Research Degree from Swiss Business School- Switzerland and, Commonwealth Executive Master of Business Administration (CEMBA) Degree from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Ghana. He holds Postgraduate Certificate in Contemporary Management from Nobel International Business School (NIBS), Ghana, Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Philosophy and Archaeology from the University of Ghana, Diploma in Military Strategy and Leadership from Ghana Military Academy-Ghana and, Certificate in Terrorism and Violent Extremism in Africa from the University of Professional Studies, Accra.