WDS Africa

Ignite Your Dreams! Transform Lives!

Our Clients


Authentic  >  Relevant  >  Impactful

A goal is a dream
with a deadline.”

John L. Mason,
Author of “An Enemy Called Average”

Our clients are employees, corporate clients and investment groups in the following sectors:

  • Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)
  • Youth Organizations
  • Government of Kenya
    Ministry Departments
  • Private Sector
  • such as Banking, Oil, Insurance, ICT, Telecommunications, Horticulture, Pharmaceuticals, Sports, Education sectors.

We also conduct Roundtable Facilitated Discussions that are excellent for tackling deep-rooted workplace concerns. Clients are also consulted on other alternative training and learning methodologies that they may want included in the sessions.

Each contact session is planned to ensure that the individuals in the group are well-equipped to navigate through life more knowledgeable than before.



How are sessions conducted?

WDS Africa is cognizant that learning can take place individually or in groups. Depending on client needs through a needs assessment, WDS Africa provides in-house services, conducts group training, one-on-one advisory sessions and, in other instances, provides email-based support. However, it is imperative to note that for each client, a composite of relevant areas of training are recommended from which training selection is then made.

“People are born originals, but most die copies.”
John L. Mason


What can we expect during the training?

Expect your session to be knowledge-packed, highly engaging, massively relevant and, of course, fun. That is the WDS Africa brand promise to you, our Corporate Client.

A wide variety of training and presentation methods may be used, such as –

• Well-designed slides (we avoid “Death by PowerPoint”)
• Role plays
• Case studies
• Team activities

“Anyone who stops learning is old,
whether at 40 or 80.
Anyone who keeps learning
stays young.”
Henry Ford


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