Sunday, January 29, 2017

Leadership Intergrity (Part 6) - The Basic and Base

When I later announced the answer to be figure 1! It was then that I discovered that none of them even saw that number. Do you know why? Simple, they all “thought” that I was asking for the ‘biggest’ number. But that was not the question! Their minds were on the biggest, largest, greatest, you can name it. We’re being deceived today the outward

Leadership Intergrity (Part 5) - The Power of Commitment

“The Power and The Back-Bone of Vision”. You cannot be committed to what you don’t know. So, what do you know as far as your vision in life is concern? And how much do you really know? Let me tell you a grand story about a particular missionary. It happens many years ago; a missionary met a group of some young people in the Philippines who were thinking about joining the Maoist rebels.

Leadership Intergrity (Part 4) - The Perished Privileged

An action that cannot or does not produce visible reaction is as good as dead – inactive (no action). So, when there no vision, no action the outcome is not known. (discuss in details how this affects our organization, community, and the country at large). “To every action there is equal and opposite reaction”

Leadership Intergrity (Part 3) - A Place Called No

We are going back to our opening statement, the divine order of the kingdom principles and its concept. So there is a city known as ‘no’. An empty house, swept and kept idle, is the Devil’s workshop where he fabricates all sorts of lies, deception, falsehood, condemnation, and evil imaginations.

Leadership Intergrity (Part 2) - The Power of Vision

“The ability and foresight to capture the picture your future in the palm of your hand, is what I define as vision”3. Your vision of a future situation or society is what you imagine or hope it would be like; if things were very difficult from the way they are now.

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Leadership Intergrity (Part 1) - The Basics Concepts and Principles

Sometimes back I was going through my archive and came across some amazing little stories. I read a simple story in one of my French collections, and here is the translated version of the story, it is titled: ‘UN VOYAGE DIFFICILE’1 (A DIFFICULT JOURNEY): “Once upon a time, there was a man and his only son who were traveling to a distant country. 

Understanding the basics leadership of leadership

In the matter of national development and growth, one ‘thing’ must stand out, and that is the issue of vision. The foundation of our dear country Nigeria has to be revisited, and I say this with all sense of humility; if not we will keep going round the clock. I think ‘history’ has to come into play here. “where there is no vision, the

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