Tolerance …Managing Diversity

We live in a world that is becoming increasingly more diverse along various lines – religion, race, gender, socio-economic status etc. Unfortunately, in some cases, these differences have led to a mass loss of lives and injuries to many. Hardly does a week pass by without the tabloids reporting suspected terrorist attacks or some form of violence in different parts of the world. In the past one-week alone, there have been reports of terrorist attacks in Adamawa state, Nigeria and Barcelona, Spain; Stabbings in Turku, Finland and the Charlottesville violence in Virginia, USA. Whether the cause of these violent acts … Continue reading Tolerance …Managing Diversity

Think Naija – Values Reorientation

I recently attended the WIMBIZ (Women In Management, Business & Public Service) 2016 annual lecture held in Lagos, Nigeria. The theme was Crisis of Values: Reclaiming our Society and the keynote speaker was Dr. ‘Kayode Fayemi the Honorable Minister of Solid Minerals Development. In spite of the terrible traffic on that day, I must say it was well worth attending. The organizers were fantastic with time management and Dr. Fayemi did justice to the topic. For those who couldn’t attend I’d like to share some excerpts from his lecture that have resonated with me: A reorientation of values is necessary to … Continue reading Think Naija – Values Reorientation