DIY Leadership: The Toastmasters Grammarian/Ah-Counter

Hello there!In our previous article, we discussed the leadership-by-DOING skills you gain by playing the Toastmasters’ role of TIMER.  We discussed how the seemingly simple role of monitoring time for meeting segments and speeches could help you develop essential leadership skills.  ... — Read More

Are you conscious of retirement (Enough)?

Mr. Emmanuel Ayeh (name replaced), a 68 year old retired headteacher of one of the nation's renowned secondary schools was having a heart-to- heart chat with his daughter about his current stage of life.He admitted having made some mistakes which has ... — Read More

Why do firms do research and development (R & D)?

    R & D is a major source of rejuvenation and growth for organizations, providing an important contribution to innovation and competitive advantage. Businesses invests heavily in R & D because it generates high expectations. According to a research conducted in the ... — Read More

Counterfeit drugs: 'People are dying every day'

Imagine seeing your child suffering from malaria, one of the biggest killers of children across the world. Symptoms include high fever, sweating, vomiting and convulsions.But it's OK, you think, because you bought medicine to combat the disease from a local drugs ... — Read More

My top-ten lessons of 2014

As we approach the end of 2014, I’ve decided to take some time out to reflect on the year as a whole and the events that have unfolded both on a personal and global level. Unlike many people, rather than just ... — Read More

Irene Vida Gala: The face of Brazil

Determined, hardworking, a compulsive reader; lover of arts and philosophical thoughts: these are words and phrases that Irene Vida Gala, the Brazilian Ambassador to Ghana, describes herself with. A self-proclaimed agnostic, she has had a long career in politics and diplomacy, creating ... — Read More

Owurasax: the saxophonist by heart

Dennis Prempeh, commonly referred to by his stage name, Owurasax, is a talented musician who displays his heart and gratitude with the vocal breaths he infuses into his saxophone. Born in Kumasi, Dennis, by age 17, had become the youngest pianist ... — Read More

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