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European Society for Quality Nominates ATL FM for Quality Leadership Award

ATL FM won the International Diamond Prize for excellence in quality award last year

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The European Society for Quality Research has for the second time nominated ATL FM to receive the BEST QUALITY LEADERSHIP AWARD 2018 to be held in Las Vegas, USA.

Last year, ATL FM received the International Diamond Prize for excellence in quality. 

Read also: ATL FM Wins 2017 International Diamond Prize For Excellence

ATL FM will be among internationally recognized organisations, business leaders, and academic experts and quality professionals from all over the world to receive the award.

The Award is in recognition of the station’s outstanding demonstration of good leadership skills by taking innovative and initiative driven steps to improve and advance the development of quality.

The European Society for Quality Research is a Switzerland based organisation which seeks to celebrate individuals and organisations with special focus on quality development. The selection of awardees are based on the results of the ESQR polls, consumer opinion research and market study. The selection also includes the research of public information sources, publications, positive remarks, trade fairs and exhibitions.

According to Mr. Kwabena Antwi-Konadu, the Manager of the Campus Broadcasting Services of which ATL FM is a unit, the award comes with a lot of excitement and will challenge the station to achieve greater heights.

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Mr. Kwabena Antwi-Konadu, the Manager of the Campus Broadcasting Services 

“The confidence reposed in us means that even if we cannot move on to improve, we shouldn’t come back when it comes to the journey, the desires and the vision to be professional and to have quality standards. Again, the fact that the global audience listen to us through our online staple, we cannot have any option than to do things right because researchers we don’t think will be listening to us are listening. It’s therefore a challenge for us to do it better.”

 

Source: KOJO DEI/ATL FM NEWS

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