Allow me to share an Aesop Fable with you, it is known as “The Belly and the Members.” One certain day, the members (parts) of the body, had a brainwave: they did all the work, but the belly got all the food. That did not seem fair. It was outright unproductivity and laziness on the […]Read More
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Our dress etiquettes go a long way in managing our relationships with people. To be taken seriously at first sight, it’s imperative that you dress for your destination each day, without fail. That means where you are going to, should be the key determinant of your appearance. This is because ‘work’ can be done at […]Read More
The following rules will help you give your best at work and keep you happy outside of work. Success in life is summed up in these. 1. Decide beforehand to be a happy person irrespective of situations. Always have a positive attitude. 2. Know your job and do it well. Happily help when others […]Read More
Every marriage consists of two people who must continually be in communication irrespective of whatever happens. Once there’s the willingness to keep communicating, there’s hope and with that, no challenge is insurmountable. It’s the same in the relationship the organization has with its employees. There must be continuous interest in maintaining effective communication. The management […]Read More
In a place like Nigeria, there is emphasis on the need for multiple streams of income; particularly in an economy that has poor living standards, and the government of the day is unable to provide common infrastructure for citizens. Failure to have a side hustle would mean you are ‘dulling yourself’, or you are a […]Read More
One of the greatest desires of business owners and managers is to have employees who are consistently top performers. This is because good performance results in exceeding set business goals which in turn lead to business growth and expansion alongside its many benefits to stakeholders. Who doesn’t want to do well? But which staff doesn’t […]Read More