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Delta HoS challenges civil servants on devotion, quality

OKOWA: Five years of impactful leadership

By Olise Ifeajika He came in the midst of storms even though the electoral victory was phenomenal. The challenges on ground were so many; the heat generated could melt a warship. The State’s debt profile was so intimidating that a less endowed leader could give up easily. To screw up matters the more, allocation from
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A Critical Look at Sustainability Leadership in Nigeria’s Insurance Industry During the Coronavirus Pandemic

By Bekeme Masade-Olowola It is Mark Goyder, renowned British author, and governance expert that said, “Governance and leadership are the yin and the yang of successful organisations. If you have leadership without governance you risk tyranny, fraud, and personal fiefdoms. If you have governance without leadership you risk atrophy, bureaucracy and indifference.” Corporate culture is
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On political leadership: A review essay

Leadership in turbulent times: A review essay

Professor Ladipo Adamolekun Leadership in Turbulent Times (2018) by Doris Goodwin is a study of leadership crafted around the presidencies of Abraham Lincoln (1861-1865), Theodore Roosevelt (1901-1909), Franklin Roosevelt (1933-1945) and Lyndon Johnson (1963-1969). Goodwin selects one particular incident during each president’s tenure as a case study in leadership and fleshes out four different leadership
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Cross-silo leadership: How to create effective leadership communication in an organisation

By Toye Sobande PINNACLE Advertising is known to be one of the leading advertising firms in Lagos State, Nigeria. A company that prides itself in its state-of-the-art, skyscraper office complex that casts its large, intimidating shadow down the ever-busy streets of Lagos. With a 13-floor storey building that houses talents with impeccable work ethics and
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On the politics of service delivery

On the politics of service delivery

NIGERIA NOTES (New Series) By Ladipo Adamolekun “The most reliable method yet invented to ensure that governments provide people with social and economic necessities is called politics” – The Economist (London), March 24th 2007. The salience of the politics of service delivery is aptly put in the above assertion.  And I would argue that the
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On political leadership: A review essay

COVID-19: Leadership at times like this

By Issa Aremu MANY leadership types abound, from the “ascribed”, to the “achieved”, the “inspirational” to the “complacent”, “libertarian” to the “authoritarian”, from the “redefining” to the “transformational”, “single leader” to the “collective”, “conservative” to the “revolutionary” ad infinitum. But that was before the outbreak of the novel COVID 19, first documented in Wuhan, Hubei
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The Leadership Project hosts Mitch Barns, others for business leaders, entrepreneurs

On March 4th, 2020, a vast array of business owners, entrepreneurs and corporate executives will congregate in Lagos for the maiden edition of the West African Business Leaders’ Summit (WABLS), a business conference aimed at equipping entrepreneurs and business professionals with imperative skills required for competitive positioning and growth in the ever-changing 21st-century marketplace. With
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