What leaders do when ‘wine’ runs out

December 4, 2016

I would like to launch the subject that I am dissecting today by passing on to you an enduring and lasting life, business and leadership principle—on the clout and supremacy of vision as it affects […]

When stillness is and isn’t fair-haired

November 28, 2016

About twenty years ago, I read through a compelling book that completely rocked the boat of some ‘wishy-washy’ values I earlier held very close to my chest as a man would hold his newly wedded […]

Before you step out, do it!

November 14, 2016

Many people consistently fall short in life, business and leadership for the reason that they pick to take no notice of the critical issue I am sharing with you today. When you step out without […]

Two-tone leadership

October 24, 2016

On the 19th of October, 2016, I woke up to a radio show—where the crucial issue I am synoptically raising today was raised as dust. While listening to the radio show in question, a man […]

Leaving and cleaving principle 1

October 3, 2016

I released the first part of this twin articles last week and the impact made has been so mind-blowing. At present, I am going to take it a little further and round it off, because […]

Leaving and cleaving principle 1

September 26, 2016

To start with, I took some hours out to study how a renowned company in the United States of America became successful. I needed to dig out the principles behind their success, because of a […]

Emergence of principled leaders

September 12, 2016

The English word character comes from a Latin word meaning “mark”, or “distinctive quality.” As you have seen, our character is what marks, defines, and identifies us. And you may have been asking yourself, “what […]

Seeing further than you can see

September 5, 2016

On the 30th of August, 2016, the founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, noiselessly came into Nigeria (on his first visit to sub-Saharan) from Rome, where he went to meet with the Catholic Pope. When he […]

If it hasn’t been done yet, do it!

August 29, 2016

In 2008, Keith R. McFarland wrote about his encounter with Peter Drucker one afternoon in 1994 on a tree-lined sidewalk at Claremont University. Keith was in his mid-thirties at the time and had just been […]

Sterling lessons from failures

August 22, 2016

Failure can be demoralizing, but only if you’d let it be. Here are some of the inspiring lessons you can learn from the failures of a few influential leaders. This week’s article, “lessons from failures” […]

Rejection is redirection

August 15, 2016

One of the most difficult things to handle by leaders and would be leaders is rejection. Rejection has made many commit suicide. Rejection has caused many to be discouraged, ruining bright and dazzling destiny. Over […]

Why African leaders must have lucid vision

August 8, 2016

Great leaders who have impacted individuals, cities and nations had vision. There are very few natural visionary leaders in the corporate world. I have been providential to have worked with some visionary leaders in my […]

The domino effect of substandard leadership

August 1, 2016

High-quality leadership is like the light, permeating into every aspect of the business, nation or institution; and poor leadership is like the shadow, darkening many areas of the organization (nation or institution). Leadership debate is […]

How to grow in leadership

July 18, 2016

Every so often, we choose to lead and sometimes we are hard-pressed into leadership. Whatever your state of affairs, your leadership skills will determine how successful you are going to become in leadership in the […]

How to develop into a servant leader

July 11, 2016

We need to understand in Nigeria that bossing around employees is so behind the times. Developing people, treating them with respect, encouraging their talents and input—these are trends that research has proven build strong companies […]