The John Appiah Show: New phase of personal, professional dev’t in Ghana
Conventionally, personal or professional development is a formal means by which an individual (normally working with a teacher, mentor or supervisor) sets out goals, strategies, and outcomes of learning and training aimed at helping the individual to make the best out of his/her career/profession.
This is usually achieved through on-the-job learning, courses, and workshops, online-based learning, etc.
However, there is an upcoming TV Talk Show dubbed The John Appiah Show which will seek to inspire and positively influence individuals, students, working professionals, and entrepreneurs to actively pursue personal and professional development.
It is a personal and professional development Talk Show that creates the platform for the audience to receive valuable information, knowledge, and awareness on the right strategies and approaches that will enhance personal and professional growth.
The John Appiah Show will stream live on the handle @TheJohnAppiahShow on YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram so as to give a global viewership to the show.
John Appiah who is the host of the show is an entrepreneur, human capital development specialist, and youth empowerment enthusiast.
He holds a Master of Arts Degree in Communication Studies and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and Sociology all from the University of Ghana, Legon.
In 2018, John Appiah was named by the Speakers’ Bureau of Africa as one of the Top 100 Influential Speakers in Ghana. John started off his career as a producer on Joy FM’s Super Morning Show and Newsfile from where he moved to the British High Commission(BHC) as the Communication Officer. From the BHC, John moved to Invest in Africa Ghana where he worked as the Marketing Manager.
Eventually, John moved back into the media where he worked with TV3 as an anchor on the New Day Breakfast TV Show and doubled as a producer on 3FM’s Sunrise Morning Show.
The John Appiah Show is John Appiah’s way of contributing to empowering young people to actively and consistently pursue personal and professional development irrespective of their career paths or chosen professions.
He believes that when young people add value to themselves and continually improve their skills and competencies, then they are automatically well positioned to contribute to national development.