The ever-resourceful Dorothy Teye is our Head, Human Capital and Administration. Dorothy’s energy and constant need to get staff motivated easily earns her the title of Nsano’s Chief Happiness Officer.

Over the years, Dorothy has championed some great employee relations and engagement causes that have helped shape Nsano’s people strategy.

Let’s spotlight Dorothy and get to know more about her.

Q: Which 3 adjectives best describe you?

A: Personable, Ethical and Energetic

Q: What is the most interesting thing we will find on your resumé?

A: I have a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Accounting. On my way to becoming an Economist

Q: Which 2 Human Resource trends do you find exciting and why?

A: Introduction of AI in HR technology- right from recruitment to employee engagement and development. This will accelerate employee training and skill development as well as identify potential causes for turnovers.

People Analytics- provides data-driven insights to aid in better hiring decisions, effective performance management, etc. This will drive value for organizations and optimize processes based on data.

Q: Knowing Nsano is big on knowledge acquisition and sharing, what book are you currently reading?

A: “The Goal: A process of Ongoing Improvement” by Eliyahu Goldratt and Jeff Cox

Q: What is the best piece of advice you have ever received?

A: Ɔbra nye woara abɔ (Life is what you make it)

Q: What is your proudest career achievement?

A: In my quest to becoming a global professional in HR, I recently got certified by Society of Human Resource Management as a Certified Professional in Human Resource Management. 

Q: How do you stay motivated?

A: Prayer. Whenever I am overwhelmed, or losing my drive, I take time out to pray. Prayer always brings back the positivity and energy I need to forge ahead.

Q: Which one App on your phone can you not live without?

A:  WhatsApp

Q: If you were to relocate from Ghana, which country would you live in?

A: Switzerland

Q: Aside home, work, church, where are we likely to find you?

A: These are the only places to find me. ?

Q: What do you love most about working at Nsano?

A: The leadership. I am challenged to give off my best and the growth through the challenges has been phenomenal.

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