Maximizing technology for women’s advancement
We live in the era of technological advancement where innovations like computers, phones and even the social media has greatly impacted in the way we live, work and do things. This has made technology essential to economic development and advancement.
BOMB ATTACK: Adamawa govt dispatches assessmant team to Madagali
The Adamawa Government has dispatched an assessment team to Madagali over Monday’s suicide bombing that claimed 17 lives, reports the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN). The state Commissioner for Information, Mallam Ahmad Sajoh, made this known to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday in Yola. "So far we have 17 dead and 41…
Practical Communication Tips For A Happy Marriage – Part II
Still on this communication issue! We learned last week that when we communicate, we send messages. We also learned that the way these messages are presented and received is usually what causes friction in our relationships. In essence, last week, we ‘talked’ about how to talk and this week, I’d like to discuss how to…
Women In Business And Management:Stepping Up, Standing Out
WITH what happened at the just concluded 2015 Women in Management, Business and Public Service (WIMBIZ) conference, held at Eko Hotel & Suite, Victoria Island, Lagos, last week, it was obvious that Nigeria women had resolved to step out of their comfort zones and fight against all forms of gender inequalities in the system.
WIMBIZ 2015: Time To Step Up And Stand Out!
IN 2015, Nigeria, the largest economy and most populous country in Africa transited to a new government. The new government is repositioning Nigeria by tackling challenges, realigning priorities and strengthening relationship with the international community
‘Only weaklings beat women’
Vivienne Turner Ogboru is popularly known as ‘Mama Vee’. She is the president and CEO of D-Nest Family Foundation, an NGO that was born out of compassion through the experiences of Life.
WIMBIZ advocates more women representation in govt, boards
The Women in Management, Business and Public Service (WIMBIZ) on Thursday advised all the tiers of government and policy makers to increase the number of women in their cabinets. Mrs Osayi Alile, the President of WIMBIZ, made the appeal at a media parley in Lagos to announce WIMBIZ forthcoming annual conference. Alile said that one…
WIMBIZ Case For Greater Women's Inclusiveness At All Levels Of National Life
If Nigeria is to become an economic powerhouse, then the unique talents, skills, knowledge and abilities of a 100% of its human resources in the loose categories of men, women and youths must be applied, and all individuals empowered to play their full roles. Females are said to account for 50 – 52% of Nigeria’s…
WIMBIZ annual conference to hold Nov 16-17
The 2015 edition of the annual conference of the Women in Management, Business and Public Service (WIMBIZ) will hold between November 16th and 17th, 2015 at Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos. The Annual Conference is WIMBIZ’s flagship event, which holds in November of every year. This event brings together over 700 women to…