‘How ineffective communication strategy fuels confusion over COVID-19’

‘How ineffective communication strategy fuels confusion over COVID-19’

Jul. 28, 2020 by

By Margaret Mwantok 26 May 2020   Communication, they say, empowers society when properly used but destroys it when poorly handled: A case study being COVID-19. Nigerians have continued to lament the

The Cow and the Tiger.

Jul. 24, 2019 by

image via premadharma Once upon a time, a cow went out to graze in the jungle. Suddenly, she noticed a tiger racing towards her. She turned and fled, fearing that at

Do Children Soak Up Language Like Sponges?

Jul. 22, 2019 by

A pervasive idea assumes that young children can absorb new languages with minimal effort, but it turns out that the science is more complicated. By Lindsay Patterson CreditPhoto Illustration by Deanna

Here’s the No. 1 reason why employees quit their jobs

Jul. 5, 2019 by

by David Novak © CNBC LLC If you go to work every day just going through the motions, you aren’t alone. According to Gallup, only 33% of employees are engaged

Four models for a modern leader

Jun. 6, 2018 by

By Jonas Altman (via Quartz) Taylorism began with the question, “How many tons of pig iron bars can a worker load onto a railcar in one working day?” The “scientific management”