How managers can delegate effectively to develop employees

Managers have some tasks that they need to do, but their primary job is to make sure that others are doing what they have been assigned to accomplish the mission and goals of the organization. Effective managers know what responsibilities to delegate to allow themselves time to plan, to collaborate with others in the organization, … Continue reading How managers can delegate effectively to develop employees

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Everything you need to know about a horse’s gaits

There are four globally recognized horse gaits—the walk, trot, gallop and canter. Gaits in dressage are sometimes differentiated according to the rhythmic movements such as the 4-beat walk, the 2-beat trot, and the 3-beat canter. However, each type of horse gaits may be further distinguished. For example, there are collected, medium, free and extended walk … Continue reading Everything you need to know about a horse’s gaits

10 Amazing facts about horses

Horses in the wild are defenceless and vulnerable to attacks from predators such as bears, wolves, or lions. But the prey animals are naturally endowed with survival traits that never cease to baffle even large and fast animals like cougars – in most circumstances. Remarkably, horses have natural flightiness that increases their chance of outrunning … Continue reading 10 Amazing facts about horses

Value Creation for Business

ABSTRACT The importance of organizational process management and corporate culture is best understood in volatile business environments where some companies strive to maintain a level of competitiveness and ensure its survival—notwithstanding the legality of their approaches. To maintain competitive advantage in the fiercely contested confectionary and food beverages manufacturing sector, there is need for managers … Continue reading Value Creation for Business

Facts about Bonnie and Clyde

Bonnie and Clyde, lovers and criminals who traveled the Central United States during the Great Depression were not considered as romantic back then as they are today. Their gang was responsible for at least nine police officer and several civilian deaths. It is unsure how the couple met but it is thought that it was … Continue reading Facts about Bonnie and Clyde

The Impact of Leadership and Management on Organizational Performance

Research Title: The Impact of Leadership and Management on Organizational Performance: A Study of Manufacturing Companies in Lagos State Abstract   Small and Medium-scale Enterprises (SMEs) are the mainstay of Nigeria’s economy. Despite the agelong dependence on proceeds from the oil and gas sector, SMEs provide a feasible alternative to the nation’s economic diversification objectives … Continue reading The Impact of Leadership and Management on Organizational Performance

Are you afraid of moving abroad?

Are you a Rational or an Emotional human being? If you are Rational, then you: analyze, plan, outline, weigh in and weigh out all outcomes, are careful and calculated. If you are Emotional: you are a light decision maker, fun, live in the spur of the moment, whatever happens is ok with you, adventurous, not … Continue reading Are you afraid of moving abroad?

Trending books you should read now

Books are unarguably one of the most powerful things you can own. They broaden your view of the world around you and guide you through the path of possibilities. And what more? Reading the right book empowers you with years of experience and enhances your ability to generate some mind-blowing ideas of your own. According … Continue reading Trending books you should read now

Why was WHO slow to declare coronavirus a public health emergency

When U.S. President Donald Trump cut off his government's funding to the World Health Organization (WHO), one of his grievances was that the WHO-under Chinese tutelage-failed to declare the global coronavirus outbreak as a pandemic soon enough. Not long after the virus brought patients to Hubei Provincial Hospital, the Chinese medical and public health authorities brought it to the … Continue reading Why was WHO slow to declare coronavirus a public health emergency

Nigeria breaks my heart

Nigeria broke my heart with its response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. First, Nigeria's level of preparedness for disaster/pandemic risk management is too low as compared to countries like China, where the virus originated around November 2019. To control spread of the virus and protect millions of lives, the Chinese government responsibly announced stay-at-home orders … Continue reading Nigeria breaks my heart