Linda Emefa Gamadeku

Linda Emefa Gamadeku

Consultant
Linda is a human resource management (HRM) consultant with over six (6) years’ post qualification experience in the specific field of recruitment and training management. As the current head of the firm’s Recruitment and Training Management service line, Linda ensures that all services in her area of expertise are delivered with utmost professionalism, meeting and exceeding clients’ expectations.

In the specific area of recruitment management, Linda has successfully led the recruitment of different levels of officers ranging from operational level to board level executives within different sectors including Agribusiness, Financial Inclusion, Tourism, Education and Oil and Gas. The rich experience and exposure garnered from these activities has provided her with a wealth of knowledge from which clients continuously benefit.

Regarding training management, Linda has managed several training assignments involving the development and conduct of training and skills needs assessments, development of training toolkits (including trainers and trainees’ manuals, facilitators guide, case studies and other training activities, training evaluation and assessment tools), conduct of training and coaching. The exposure gained from working in different sectors enables her to provide unique services that speak directly to clients training and development needs. With keen interest in productivity and management courses, specific training programmes which clients have benefitted from include leadership development skills, team building, people management, report writing, change management, networking etc.

She also has keen interest in research and has successfully led different research assignments including consumer research, demand and supply studies, market studies and landscape studies in the insurance, financial inclusion, education, agribusiness and oil and gas sectors.

Linda has a first degree in Modern Languages (French Option) from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, and is currently pursuing an MSc in Business Psychology from the University of South Wales, UK. She is also an Associate Member of the Institute of Human Resource Management Practitioners, Ghana.

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