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BASIC THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT NIGERIA’S DEMOCRACY

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Nigeria became an independent state on October the 1st, 1960 from Britain. Three years later, in 1963, the country became republic. Since then, it has been known and called as the Federal Republic… Continue reading

PRIMAL LEADERSHIP NOTE AND REFLECTION

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  As part of my Fall Semester leadership learning, I chose to read and study the book “Primal Leadership”. After spending several months reading and studying the book, which discusses one of the… Continue reading

Sheriff Paul Penzone

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Today’s Humphrey seminar Guest speaker, Sheriff Paul Penzone, very interesting person, I’m gonna share you the speeches I liked most or impressed me much. But first to give you back ground info- Currently,… Continue reading

Lessons from The Lean Startup

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Journalists should think like entrepreneurs! I read The Lean Startup, by Eric Reis. It is about a methodology entrepreneurs should use when starting a business. The aim of the methodology is to help… Continue reading

Shackleton’s Way: Leadership Lessons from the Great Antarctic Explore

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The heroism of British explorer Ernest Shackleton best known for his failed 1914 Antarctic expedition in which he saved his 27-member crew from perishing under harrowing conditions for more than two years has… Continue reading

Leadership Jazz

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Leadership Jazz is the book I have chosen recently to read about leadership. The title attracted me from the first glance, as it discuss leadership as a kind of art and that matches… Continue reading

LEAN IN – SHERYL SANDBERG

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Sheryl Sandberg, the author of Lean In, worked in different organizations like Department of Treasury, Google and now in Facebook as a Chief Operating Officer, this gave her the opportunity to explore the… Continue reading

When the leadership meet this world

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“I am afraid wars will come again,” when I hear this words from my American friend, I am so surprised. American,  is the most globally competitive nation in the world, according to the latest Global Competitiveness… Continue reading

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

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Stephen Covey’s book The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People was first published in 1989. Selling more than 25 million copies, Covey has clearly been one of the most widely read leadership and management… Continue reading

LEAN IN: Women, Work, And The Will To Lead

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Lean In hit the market in 2013 with a social-media campaign featuring Beyoncé. It sold more than 4.2 million copies worldwide. It topped the New York Times and Amazon.com best-seller lists. It was the most popular… Continue reading

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