By Chalila Kibuda, Michuzi TV
Women have been asked to be confident in leadership and not to be given leadership positions as it creates a lack of confidence.
This was stated by KCB Bank’s Head of Marketing and Customer Service Christina Manyenye during the closing of the Fifa Leadership and Management in Football training held at the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) hall in Dar es Salaam.
He said women should not see the training as a small thing but should take it seriously and move on to the next step in fulfilling leadership issues.
Manyenye said a woman’s leadership should start at the family level and that all they have to do is self-awareness, self-confidence and seek the opportunities they will see in the future without relying on opportunities. But it should show potential.
“What brings us down is that many women do not have confidence in leadership, you have to change if the challenges are there and they are the ones that help keep us strong,” said Mnyenye.
Fifa international coach Henry Tandau has urged women who have graduated from football and football management training to take advantage of the opportunities that will arise in football.
Tandau said the training program is sustainable to enable them to participate in leadership across the country.
He said he would like to see among the graduates, some of them come to be senior leaders citing the President and other high positions while boasting there are some leaders in the TFF he once coached and after several years today are great people in leadership.
“I hope later I will see some of you who will be great leaders. The goal is to see you compete for various positions, you can be leaders in clubs, sports associations and federations, ”he said.
Tandau said the training has started in Dar es Salaam but will continue in other regions of Tanga, Morogoro, Arusha, Kilimanjaro, Dodoma, Mwanza, Unguja, Geita, Mbeya, Songea and Zanzibar.
Speaking on behalf of his colleagues one of the graduates who is the presenter of EFM radio station Tunu Shenkome thanked TFF for giving them the opportunity for the training and promised that what they have received they will go to use in their institutions.
“We are going to put into practice what we have achieved, I believe TFF will continue to offer this course to others to get more women in football leadership,” she said.
KCB Bank’s Head of Marketing and Customer Service Christina Manyenye speaking at the closing of the Women’s Football Leadership training held in Dar es Salaam.
International Coach Henry Tandau giving a presentation on the 38 Women’s Leadership and Management Training in Football, in Dar es Salaam.
KCB Bank’s Head of Marketing and Customer Service Christina Manyenye presenting a certificate to EFM Women’s Leadership and Management training presenter Tunu Shenkome at a ceremony held in Dar es Salaam.
KCB Benji’s Head of Marketing and Customer Service, Christina Manyenye (in a red gown) poses with participants at the Women’s Training and Football Administration in Dar es Salaam.
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