The Ag. Managing Director of Ghana Post, Mr. Bice Osei Kuffour aka Obour, has admonished the Sunyani Regional Management Team of the Ghana Post Company to maintain the high spirit of teamwork to propel the company to great success.

According to him, it was only through teamwork that the fortunes of the Ghana Post could be consolidated coupled with more progress. He was addressing the management and staff of the Bono Region at Sunyani Post Office when he paid a working visit to the area.

This is part of the Ghana Post MD’s tour of the various regions across the country in helping to strengthen the capacity and further boost operations of the state agency.

Mr. Bice Osei Kuffour is using the working tour to interact with a frontline staff appeal to state agencies, traditional rulers, and corporate institutions to patronise Ghana Post services.

MD with Bono Regional Head, Mr. Abraham Abochi

“I would like to reiterate that teamwork will put Ghana Post ahead of its competitors; let’s consciously maintain teamwork as part of our efforts to drive growth and success,” the MD emphasised in his remarks.

He added, “In many successful companies, the big secret is teamwork. Let’s ensure that when anyone enters Ghana Post, you shouldn’t be able to tell who is the Managing Director and who is a labourer. We are all playing our role, and everybody’s role is critical, so we respect each other and value each other’s role to be too important, so teamwork is the success story of Ghana Post Company.”

Mr Osei Kuffour also added that the management should do everything with speed. Citing that, SPEED is a game-changer as the world keeps evolving at lightning speed, and therefore, the snail pace approach would not make Ghana Post the preferred choice of the people.

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Expressing his gratitude, the Sunyani Regional Manager of the Ghana Post, Mr. Abraham Abochi, said he and the team are ever ready to support the organisation’s vision to move it a step higher.

MD interacting with mail office staff
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