Women and Leadership – Things to note about Leadership (1)

The subject of leadership runs across board, affecting both male and female, old and young. Failure to learn leadership will help you pay a costly price called failure and un-productivity as a person and that is to say that the importance of leadership in the life of an individual and an organization cannot be overemphasized.[…]

A career in politics could be built on varying levels: Rinsola Abiola

Rinsola Abiola is the Special Assistant (New Media) to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the founding PRO of the All Progressives Youth Forum, Ag. President of the APC Young Women Forum, and a Youth Representative on the APC’s Board of Trustees. She talks to She Leads Africa contributor, Anuli Ola-Olaniyi, on how young[…]

10 habits that can limit your career success

As important as technical skills are, they aren’t enough for total career success. Interpersonal skills are most essential to any successful career. We work with systems but people make up those systems. We work in projects but people make the project successful. How can you navigate a career community successfully? Watch out for these habits,[…]

Employability Skills Manual

Employers need candidates who can show and implement certain key skills required to contribute to an overall company and organisational goal. Employability skills are required for anyone to get, keep and maintain a successful career. The purpose of this training manual is to list and guide you on the types of skill set that you[…]

5 Ways to Increase and Maintain your Career Capacity

HARDWORK! A word that only those seeking to be and maintain success, know all to well. There are many ways to be successful but the surest way is to increase your level of capacity in whatever it is you are doing and at every given opportunity.   Capacity means the maximum amount that something can[…]

What is the Hiring Manager really looking for at the Interview?

Congratulations on getting an interview, it means you at least have your foot in the door and it’s now to make that count. Attention and Preparation From your countenance to the tone of your voice, the hiring manager can detect how prepared you are for the interview. Every second counts from stepping into the door[…]

Career lessons from Wonder Woman

Diana Prince, better known as Wonder Woman, is a half-god, half-mortal and a super human hero whose destiny from birth may have been to save the world from utter destruction however, she also couldn’t avoid or escape the necessary lessons she needed to learn in order to accomplish the goals set before her. Here are[…]

Free copy of the Employability Skills Training Manual

Employers need employees. Are you the kind that will get that job and stay employed? Even entrepreneurs or business owners need to know what skills they will need for the team that can support in achieving the vision. NOT EVERYONE CAN BE AN EMPLOYER BUT EVERYONE CAN BE THE BEST EMPLOYEE. Look no further. Get our[…]

So you got the job!! Now what? – 5 steps to help you settle into a new role

That call comes through, the one you have been waiting for, and it says “Congratulations. You got the job”. The moment you feel is so exciting and exhilarating and you cannot stop the joy. Many job seekers have experienced this and for some reason, focus more on the good news than planning on how to[…]

5 Ways to handle Job Rejection

Breaking into the career market was a struggle for me in my earlier days of searching for a job. I had just completed my Project Management certification and had minimum experience in this field. Moreover, the career market was saturated with equally qualified experts who had more experience and better looking CV than I had.[…]