April 15, 2024
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Leadership is about service to others not power – Kiyange

Ms Fatia Kiyange’s journey in leadership exemplifies the transformative impact of service. Over the years, she has not only provided support but has also fervently advocated for the rights of marginalized individuals in society. Ms Kiyange currently serves as the executive director at the Center for Health, Human Rights, and Development (CEHURD), a non-profit organization

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Thriving in the corporate world

In the realm of corporate life, there are invaluable lessons that formal education often overlooks. The dynamics of corporate existence can be both thrilling and perilous, offering ample opportunities for success and failure alike. My initiation into the corporate world began early, during my university years. Working with entities like the Daily Monitor and the

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The work environment is stressful for my wellbeing

Dear Caroline, I am a Business Development Associate within a fast-moving goods organization’s marketing team. Unlike many organizations, we thrived after the challenges brought about by Covid-19. We underwent significant changes, transitioning to smaller teams, fostering a sense of team cohesion. In the past six months, competition has intensified, and the pressure to meet targets

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‘The world is brutal, you must put in the work’

Irene Nayera holds the position of organizational and human resources director at Hima Cement, where she also serves as the sustainability champion. We recently had a discussion with her to explore her insights on the dynamics and trends in the job market and how human resource management professionals can navigate through them. Nayera’s educational journey

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Maintaining self-identity

In the intricate dance of love and partnership, men often navigate the delicate balance between unity and self-identity. However, a profound truth emerges – independence serves as the bedrock upon which genuine partnership flourishes. Imagine standing atop a hill, surveying the expansive landscape before you. This vista represents the nuanced interplay of independence and togetherness,

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Do not blow money as a young business

In Uganda, allowing your business to grow organically is a wise approach. Avoid the temptation to rush its growth artificially. I’ve come to treat my business like a child, nurturing it through each developmental stage while acknowledging the realities it faces. For Ortega Group, I’ve chosen not to establish a physical office at this stage

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The fasting for the Baha’i started too

At the beginning of this month (March), followers of the Baha’i Faith commenced 19 days of fasting, followed by celebrations marking the start of a new Baha’i year. Interestingly, this year, Muslims will also commence fasting around mid-March, coinciding with the Christian observance of Lent. With the timing of Ramadan changing yearly, such overlaps with

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