• Management Skills Development Course for Youth Leaders (Arm 302)

    Effective management of youths is crucial in making them productive members of their communities. Youths are usually filled with bright ideas, initiatives and energy which can contribute significantly to the development of their communities, if properly harnessed. Unfortunately, these attributes are often not tapped due to the inadequate mobilization and participatory skills of the youth […]
  • Business Incubators For Startups

    Business incubators are facilities established to nurture young startup firms during their early months or years. It usually provides affordable space, shared offices and services, hand-on management training, marketing support and, often, access to some form of financing. The main purpose of an incubator is to help startups to grow. They are collaborative programs which […]
  • Five ways to overcome distractions and deliver an attention grabbing talk.

    1. Set Expectations set expectations for the listeners and yourself at the beginning of the speech like, “at the end of this presentation, you should be able to do this and that…”. This allows you to measure your audience and also allows the audience to measure themselves. 2. Be Easy About It Rather than demanding […]
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  • Tips for public speaking

    1. Start in the middle. This rouses the interest of the listeners, because after getting a tip of the iceberd, they will want to know where it begins, and obviously, where it ends. Movies and plays draw us in by starting in the midst of the action and so should you. Skip the long introduction […]
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  • Five things to do to increase your level of productivity

    1. Create a Top “x” List: Every morning, write down the top “x” initiatives you must accomplish that day. where “x” is a number of things you set to achieve for that day. Then, go after each and don’t stop to check your social media chats or lose focus on other initiatives until these three […]
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  • Answer these questions to test your level of productivity

    1. Is there a system in place to support your goals? As a business owner, your long-term goal is to build and maintain a successful. However, it takes a system to support and reach those goals. In this case, your system would include marketing, the sales process, operation and being able to meet deadlines. 2. […]
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  • Ways to keep getting motivated when you are “loosing it”

    1. plan plan plan. Without a plan, there is no way to know what little goals need to be established that will help you achieve your ultimate goal. You can say, “I want to build a successful product,” but without several smaller goals and milestones established, you might be on a wild goose chase. Writing […]
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  • Want to know a good leader? check these qualities

    1. Focus A good leader must always have his eyes glued to the goal and make appropriate advances for achieving them, he must develop incredible selective ignorance, Otherwise he’ll get drowned by trivial issues. 2. Confidence A good leader instills confidence and followership by having a clear vision, showing empathy and being a strong coach. […]
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  • 8 Helpful tips for managing difficult employees

    1. Give them a listening ear. Often, when an employee is difficult we stop paying attention to what’s actually going on. We’re irritated, it seems hopeless, and we’ve already decided what we think about the employee – so we just turn our attention to other things, out of a combination of avoidance and self-protection. But […]
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  • How to manage unmanageable employees

    1. set required expectations. Be clear in the early stages of your relationship that there are some things that aren’t negotiable. Setting expectations in advance of any issues ensures there is no surprise or confusion when those expectations are enforced. For example, upon making a new hire, you can make sure your employee knows that […]
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