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18 Oct 2021
The future of work has evolved from generation to generation, but the transition from the pre-covid era with 40-hour weeks, daily commutes, and physical presence to remote working and or a hybrid of the two.  The covid-19 disrupted the workplace globally and locally in Nigeria; according to the World Economic Outlook (WEO), Nigeria’s GDP hit…
13 Oct 2021
The COVID Pandemic forced companies and businesses from all over the world to send their employees home and asked them to work virtually. In the start, all of this was so sudden that nothing was understandable. Employers had the thought that remote working isn’t helpful or productive at all but still to cope up with…
12 Oct 2021
Workplace negativity can have a lot of disadvantages that can ultimately affect the growth of the company. When there is negativity around the workplace then employers witness a lot of things including low productivity, high turnover, poor performance, and strained relationships with coworkers and supervisors. This negativity can have adverse effects on the growth of…
27 Jul 2021
As bizarre as it may sound in the digital age, phone calls are not dead. Since email and phone are time-tested communication channels, it is only fair to assume that it will take time for digital alternatives to replace these default communication tools. It is no secret that most consumers tend to use phones to…
16 Jul 2021
SBC, manufacturers of the world’s most-loved beverages in Nigeria and makers of trusted personal and homecare brand, 2Sure, has refreshed its corporate identity to reflect a renewed strategic direction. The contemporary new look and identity, which came into effect on July 1, 2021, mark a renewed commitment to fostering innovation for the endless possibilities of…
22 Apr 2021
It has been 24 years since the first social media platform, Andrew Weinreich’s Six Degrees, came into our lives. There are now at least 20 platforms, individually boasting of over 300m active users every month. According to a recent report by Statista, a German-based company that specialises in global data analysis, there are over 4.2…
17 Apr 2021
Even before the emergence of the pandemic, the outlook for the world economy - and especially developing countries like Nigeria - was fragile, as global GDP growth was estimated to be only 2.5% in 2020. Based on this unanticipated and unpleasant reality, the consequences have been devastating and enormous on business organisations, a number of…
16 Apr 2021
Speaking during the virtual launch of SperaDeal; a new start-up company with the vision to become Africa’s No. 1 Company in Talents Development and Innovations, the Founder of SperaDeal, Mr. Fredrick Maximum, highlighted the vision behind the establishment of SperaDeal. This vision he anchored on the need to revolutionise the economy of Africa through innovations,…
8 Apr 2021
“A Better Version of the Present Me is the spacecraft that will transport the Present Me to the much desired Future Me. The spacecraft moves faster if the Present Me agrees to be a Better Version of Me.” Like most business leaders, I see three (3) versions of myself. The Past Me is who I…
25 Mar 2021
You finally got the keenly contested dream job. Congratulations! After resuming on the job, however, you begin to feel inadequate. You feel undeserving. You feel you have (again) tricked this organisation into believing you can deliver the role. You feel the business will soon find out how incompetent you really are.  You don’t feel you…
25 Feb 2021
Business leaders are not only part of the population experiencing pandemic-related consequences of the global recession, economic contraction, and job losses. They also have the accountability of keeping shareholders happy, employees motivated, and customers satisfied. BUPA, a leading global health insurance & healthcare group, reported that pre-COVID-19, “64% of senior business leaders have suffered from…
11 Feb 2021
Napoléon Bonaparte, the French military and political leader who rose to prominence during the French Revolution in 1789, said, “there is one kind of robber whom the law does not strike at, and who steals what is most precious to men: time.” Time is the most precious thing to man, and many have tried to “strike” or…

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Is not this the fast that I have chosen? To loose the bands of wickedness, to undo the heavy burdens, and to let the oppressed go free, and that ye break every yoke? Is it not to deal thy bread to the hungry..