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Becoming a respectable leader (3)

Every respectable leader is a great Communicator. Effective communication is the lubricant of meaningful relationships. Whether in business, marriage, parenting, management or in relationship with contemporaries, superiors or subordinates, communication is the thread that holds relational fabrics together. When a leader can communicate his feelings to those he leads in a way that is clear […]
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Becoming a respectable leader (2)

Empathy, flowing out of genuine compassion, is the driver of genuine engagement. A privileged life and status are natural insulators that can prevent a leader from seeing the realities daily experienced by their followers either on or off the job. Leaders who have no empathy with their followers will use those followers to achieve a […]
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Why leaders fail – 2

In an ideal situation, it should be abnormal for ineptitude to be identified with leadership. However, it is a known fact that many a leader found themselves in position of leadership by promotion, favoritism, boardroom politics and other factors except merit. Such leaders don’t come with the disposition of seeing leadership as responsibility and a […]
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Wake up; tomorrow arrived last night!

If there is anything that rankles me in my part of the world, it is how we go about doing things as if the rest of the world waits for us. It is sad that in the 21st century, we still base the largest percentage of our fiscal projections on a product that is on […]
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Recession? Think again!

Three-Week-Old Baby Hospitalised After Father Slapped Her For Being A Girl

When the President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari launched his presidential campaign in Uyo recently, he warned Nigerians to brace up for tougher times ahead because the economy was not in any way looking up. To many Nigerians, it was a very uncharitable thing to say, especially from someone who is seeking re-election as President. Very […]
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2019: Dare!

Today is the last day of 2018. Perspectives about the year would be as variegated as the experiences of everyone who made it to the end. To some, it has been their best year ever. To others, things couldn’t have been worse than they have been in the year. Whichever way the pendulum swings for […]
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Of Christmas and shoe-boxes

EPL: Chelsea team news, injury concerns, potential lineup against Arsenal

Tomorrow is Christmas. The spirit of this season is that of celebration, goodwill and festivity. However, it is more important to recognize that the essence of the season is not just about the eating and drinking. It is about family, about celebrating the love and care that we share. Our common bond with the rest […]
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Beware of your strengths

“He that thinks he stands, let him take heed, lest he fall. – 1Corinthians 10:12 In recent years, there has been quite some emphasis on leaders discovering, embracing and developing their strengths.  Books and scores […]
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Leadership beyond the storm

He had led his team from one victory to another even in the face of stiff competition from the corporate behemoth that seemed to monopolize the landscape. He was formerly in the employ of Saujamite […]
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