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Friday, 5 February 2016


Exim Bank Tanzania Head of Human Resources, Mr. Frederick Kanga speaks during the roll out of the bank’s Talent Management Program with an intention of identification, mobilization, development and retention of high potential employees held in Dar es Salaam recently.
Exim Bank has rolled out its Talent Management Program with an intention of identification, mobilization, development and retention of high potential employees. The purpose of this initiative is to enable the bank to develop successors of the Senior Management from within the Bank.

Speaking during the kick off meeting held in Dar es Salaam recently, Head of Human Resources of the Bank, Mr. Frederick Kanga said “This is a special program which is very transparent, initiated by the Bank with an intention of discovering the wealth of the Human Capital which the Bank has, and later utilize that wealth to bring about the intended transformation and sustainability.’’

“The Bank has identified three key pillars which will lead to its growth; people being the first pillar, then technology and processes. Based on this philosophy, the Bank believes that availability of strong foundation of talent pool is a major success factor for both business growth and business continuity,” said Mr. Kanga.

In order to make this initiative successful, the Management has designed a transparent identification process with clear guidelines for mobilization of the talent pool. A Talent Management Committee has been formed to monitor the process of identification and later the progress of the identified High Potentials.

Initially, the Management has identified a list of 16 High Potentials from across the Bank who have also been assigned mentors to assist them in shaping up their career aspirations with the Bank and guide them on how to capitalize the available opportunities. The management continues with the efforts to search for the available High Potentials and employees have been urged to remain focused, perform their duties efficiently and continue being innovative.

Speaking on behalf of the pool of identified High Potentials, Liberat Mtui who is currently the Assistant Manager for Planning, Development and Operations, said: “This has been a motivation for us to re-evaluate and plan steps on our career ladder towards greater heights within the Bank.” He further extended his appreciation to the Management for such kind of an effective initiative and assured the rest of employees that the Management of Exim Bank is very supportive to employees who are willing to come out of their comfort zone and become more focused on their career aspirations. “With Exim Bank, the sky is the limit.” he concluded.

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