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Should You Grieve As A Leader?

Grief is a natural response to death or loss. I perceive the grieving process as an opportunity to appropriately mourn a loss and then heal. The process is helped when you acknowledge grief, find support, and allow time for grief to work. We do not only experience grief on the death of someone. People can

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Courageous Leadership

In my previous article, I wrote about character in leadership. Today, I will add onto that statement and say that true leadership requires courageous character. Have you ever found yourself in a situation where everything is going completely wrong! The reason for everything going wrong is YOU. You overlooked, forgot or omitted to communicate certain

CHARACTER IN LEADERSHIP

"What you do in secret will always show up in public" The question of leadership and character assumes that leadership is a role because it is roles that imply responsibilities. Roles like father, mother, teacher, lighthouse keeper, captain, etc all have certain responsibilities. But if leadership isn't a role but an act or impact like

The Best Dreams Happen When We Are Awake

We have heard it said time and time again that the graveyard is the richest place on earth. How we live today will determine if we will contribute to the wealth lying in the cemetery or not. It is no surprise that we will all end up there. The only surprise will be the timing.

Intentionally Connecting

To be a leader, you must have followers. Right? People will follow us for different reasons. Might be coercion or providing an incentive. True leadership, however, is when people follow you voluntarily because they believe in you and buy into your vision. Times and seasons change but over the years there have been men and

Transforming Leaders from the Inside Out

We are living in times when many of us have received tertiary education. I see people everywhere pursuing their Undergraduate and Masters degrees. More than ever, the number of persons pursuing their PhD is on the rise. Additionally, the number of professionals roaming this city cannot be overlooked, yet we have failed to end corruption,

Living the Life No One Else Is

Happy New Year! I began 2018 not knowing how but I was clear about the what. My strategy was simple – knock on as many doors as I can and speak to as many people as can give me their ear. I was afraid but I was not about to let this fear paralyze me

YouthMax 2018 – Failing Forward

Hello, Friends! This coming Saturday the 3rd of November 2018, we are hosting an event dubbed YouthMax 2018 whose theme is Failing Forward. I figured that it would have done a disservice if I don’t speak about my failures openly. I will speak more on failure on Saturday but not everyone will be able to

Don’t Stop Believing!

Of late, there have been reports of numerous suicides and this continues to break my heart. Science tells us that this is a mental condition and that we need to seek psychiatric help ergo medication to deal/cure this. Research suggests that depression doesn’t spring from simply having too much or too little of certain brain

Virtuous Leadership

Good Leadership is Indispensable. I believe that trapped inside each of us is an undiscovered leader of great value to this generation. I keep wondering to myself, why do seemingly reasonable and intelligent people continue to operate in non-virtuous and vicious ways that reflect low moral standards? We live in a time of moral deficit

Who are you?

Socrates famously stated at his trial that “the unexamined life is not worth living”. He believed that the purpose of life was personal and spiritual growth through self-examination – using a process. Unless you examine and reflect on your life you will not grow, develop or reach your potential. It’s only as you examine your life that

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