Why you should #Challenge Your Workplace?
by Jilo Katter
With the dust seemingly settling on the tidal wave of Black Lives Matter protests and calls for policy changes in the UK, my question has always been what next?
Unlike our American counterparts, the protests in the UK do not present the very real threat to life from colour-skewed police brutality.
Mentorship and Succession: the most neglected aspect of Leadership
By Dr. Alfred Mbeteh.
Leadership is a vital concept with numerous connotations. For instance, Maxwell defined it as “having a genuine willingness and a true commitment to lead others to achieve a common vision and goals through positive influence”. Similarly, Dr. Myles Munroe referred to it as “the capacity to influence others through inspiration, ...
COVID -19 & FINANCIAL INCLUSION IN NIGERIA BY ONYEKA AKPAIDA
No one envisioned the world would be at a standstill for 6 weeks, much less experiencing a global pandemic; in an unprecedented manner, COVID-19 decided to show up regardless.
The economic disruption of this pandemic will largely come from ‘’aversion posture” taken by people to avoid contracting the virus.
IS OUR YOUTH- BULGE PHENOMENON GRADUATING INTO SOMETHING LETHAL?
By Raphael Marrah
As if the challenges of COVID-19 are not enough, every day in Sierra Leone is beginning to appear like we are in a war situation. Battles, or so-called "political violence “mainly orchestrated by its youths against the very state they had sworn to serve. In just about ten days we witnessed a plethora of skirmishes rite across the country that ....