Month: March 2007

Reward and Recognition 2

My people say that the house of a king that gets burnt only adds beauty to it. I believe that this will be the case with this current post, because this is my second time of writing it all over from scratch. I actually wrote one and posted yesterday night only to wake up this …

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It’s available

Let us travel together on a trip of imagination. Let’s imagine way back when the world was created, let’s imagine the first human being ever created. For the sake of this imagination, let’s assume that man was made in the morning. What realities do you think will hit him/her as the day progresses? I know …

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Reward and Recognition

In Human Resources Management, the topic above is very familiar. We need to understand how we intend to reward and recognize our people. Different people are motivated by different things, hence people developing reward systems need to be aware of what people consider as rewarding. In the theory of motivation, there is also what is …

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Testimony of a changed Life

Of late I have had a number of calls, online buzzes and people walking directly into my office to let me know how much they appreciate the work that we are doing. It’s always a source of encouragement for me, and my team, that what we are doing is being appreciated. I’ve got calls from …

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The Intern Show – Coincidence?

I’ve been trying as best as I can to follow the intern show. Just day before yesterday, the participants where reduced to the last 3. Two guys and a lady. Somehow I knew the final would feature these three. I had also written the topic of this post for over 4 days now, but have …

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West African Idols – Counsel Wanted!

The West African Idols has become the rallying point of many family and office discussion these days. It provides a mixture of entertainment and an opportunity for Nigerians to debate and criticize. These are some of the times when not having DSTV could be really painful, as it means you’ll be an observer in most …

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An Investment worth borrowing for

Over the weekend last week, I had a speaking engagement in Ibadan. I was invited by the University of Ibadan Redeem’s postgraduate fellowship. I was asked to come and speak with them about the Christian Perspective to Investment and Business. Even though I was supposed to have two other speaking engagements on that same day, …

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