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Monthly Archives: July 2014


Navigating the Dynamic Forces of Change

The mind boggling KES 1.8 trillion national government’s budget for the next one year, outlines the government’s expenditure during the period. The focus this time is spending towards enhancing security; easing the high cost of living; creating employment opportunities, especially among youth and women; improving efficiency in public expenditure; channeling more resources towards development at the local level and finally protecting the poor and vulnerable. These are noble causes, whose achievement contributes greatly to national prosperity. Alongside, the income side of the budget sketches out

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Re-defining Personal/Organizational Leadership Dimensions

Whenever training on organizational leadership, I tend to ask the delegates some rather rhetorical questions. Who would like to be a leader? If not, why? Most often, the answers have been quite amazing. Some delegates have insinuated that they have no intentions of ever becoming leaders. “Leadership belongs to politicians and you would need to be  endowed  with massive finances to become one,” intimated one senior team leader, some few years ago. But, is that really the case? Despite passage of time, these insinuations always

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