Why is whistleblower protection a trending issue?

THE COVID-10 PANDEMIC HAS EXPOSED PREVIOUSLY NEGLECTED FLAWS IN GLOBAL Whistleblower Protection LAWS. The pivotal role of accountability and transparency in building and maintaining public trust in organizations is indisputable. How the Chinese government and World Health Organization (WHO) undermined public health at the initial and peak stage of COVID-19 pandemic, and consequential global spread … Continue reading Why is whistleblower protection a trending issue?

Do you want to teach abroad? Learn these useful tips about gestures

Teaching abroad is no big deal except that you need to prepare for some communication-related challenges. Photo by Monstera on Pexels.com Let’s start with the tense. Most teachers use common set of gestures to show the required tense – e.g. pointing forwards with one finger means the future tense, pointing down to one's feet means the … Continue reading Do you want to teach abroad? Learn these useful tips about gestures

Whistleblower Protection and the COVID-19 Pandemic

FOREWORD BY THE AUTHOR Since the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic in December 2019, a large number of whistleblowers have suffered retaliatory actions and punishment from their employers for daring to air opinions about unethical practices, corruption and public safety issues. In China, for example, coronavirus whistleblower doctor Li Wenliang allegedly breached disclosure agreement by … Continue reading Whistleblower Protection and the COVID-19 Pandemic

The menace of corruption in Nigeria

A Governor in one of the nigerian states wanted to paint the Government house. He calls for quotations from interested companies.. Chinese firm quoted 3 million. European firm quoted 7 million.. Nigerian firm quoted 10 million… The Governor asked the Chinese firm..".. How did you quote 3 million?" Chinese firm replied. "1 million for paint, … Continue reading The menace of corruption in Nigeria

The secret to increasing productivity

“Accept responsibility for your life. Know that it is you who will get you where you want to go, no one else.” Les Brown   It is your responsibility to enhance your productivity. I will quickly show you one way to do so. It is easy a step because you can do it by yourself. Increasing … Continue reading The secret to increasing productivity

Kimberley Garner and Bella Hadid go nude at the 2021 Cannes festival

The Cannes red carpet has played host to a slew of daring looks this season, but perhaps none more so than the day’s glamorous attendee who flashed her bare bottom. British actress and swimwear designer Kimberley Garner, 30, walked the red carpet in a two-tone lilac La Metamorphose gown with double thigh-high slits. And as … Continue reading Kimberley Garner and Bella Hadid go nude at the 2021 Cannes festival

What every teacher should know about feedback and correction

What is Feedback? Feedback is information that you give to learners about their performance in a learning task, usually to help them gain confidence and do better. While such feedback is generally verbal, your body language can also provide clues about the performance. The primary purposes of feedback are: To motivate learners when they are … Continue reading What every teacher should know about feedback and correction

How organizations can maximize Google for business growth

In today’s business world, visibility is everything. Just like food and water replenishes our body, so the online presence in today’s competitive world. Listings on Google My Business permit your business information to appear before the first search result when potential customers are searching for your services. Google My Business (GMB) is a free tool … Continue reading How organizations can maximize Google for business growth

Ronaldinho admits he loves football and music

Always wearing a smile on his face and ready to enjoy life, Ronaldinho appeared on Ibai Llanos' Twitch channel on Sunday to talk about a range of subjects. Ronaldinho The former Brazil international spoke about his time at Barcelona through to his plans for the future, travelling the world as an ambassador for the Catalan … Continue reading Ronaldinho admits he loves football and music

How teachers should correct children

1. Always start with the positive Students need encouragement - being told when they are doing something well. When offering feedback, it can help the student to hear first what they have done well. It is often common for the giver of feedback to emphasize the negative. Therefore, the focus is likely to be on … Continue reading How teachers should correct children