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Omagbitse Barrow

25 May 2017
I was facilitating a workshop for teachers at our school recently, and I thought a good place to start as a leader will be to share some of my deepest thoughts...
10 May 2017
In the last four years, the average Nigerian has had a lot to say about the social, economic and political issues plaguing the country.
2 May 2017
My fervent prayer is that we choose to address these fundamental anomalies in our system and culture, and embrace creativity and innovation as an alternative to corruption.
22 Mar 2017
I got my first lesson in financial planning, when as a 9 year-old I snuck into my dad’s Samsonite work briefcase to “pinch” some of his biros to add to my growing collection of pens.
7 Mar 2017
The recent directive from the Federal Government that requires oil companies operating in Nigeria to have their Head Offices situated in their major areas of operation in the Niger Delta - Warri, Uyo or Port Harcourt is perhaps one of the best policy.....
28 Feb 2017
The second set of the virtues are Simplicity, Service and Sacrifice – the virtues that ensure that your leadership endures and that its impact lasts beyond your time.
7 Feb 2017
Many years ago, I had the unique opportunity to sit behind rows of top Government and business leaders with the President (Olusegun Obasanjo) and his vice, and many captains of industry...
31 Jan 2017
It’s the beginning of the year, and most institutions are either putting final touches on their strategies or just about to start implementing strategies that they developed earlier in the year or late last year.
24 Jan 2017
There is so much that needs to be said about this evil called corruption, and we all need to start being brutally honest about it, so that we can deal with it.
18 Jan 2017
The particular point that resonated with me was Christensen’s comment that there is a dearth of skilled human capital especially in the areas of basic leadership and management skills – managing change, teamwork and creative problem solving.
9 Jan 2017
As the African Nations Cup finals commence this January, and Nigeria is absent for the second time in a row, it is a good time to reflect on our football and as we always say go back to the “drawing board”.

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