Margaret Heffernan An evolutionary biologist at Purdue University named William Muir studied chickens. He was interested in productivity -- I think it's something that concerns all of us -- but it's easy to measure in chickens because you just count the eggs. (Laughter) He wanted to know what could make his chickens more productive, so… Continue reading TED Women 2015 – FORGET THE PECKING ORDER AT WORK
Kelly Gurnett Working from home can be both beneficial and incredibly challenging. Here are 5 common misconceptions about remote work and how it may affect your team. For many of you, the benefits and challenges of working from home have become your reality over the past month. You may feel like you’ve really gotten the… Continue reading 5 Greatest Myths About Working From Home and Are They True?
Our second guest, Seyi Bukoye (SB), is a business woman, consultant and farm administrator. Enjoy the interview. ------- KTE: Can you briefly introduce yourself? SB: I am Oluwaseyi Bukoye, a graduate of Accounting with over ten years working experience. A business woman, consultant and farm administrator. KTE: Are you currently practicing what you studied in… Continue reading Know The Entrepreneur – Seyi Bukoye
Bless Garba Everyone of us has a great plan for our lives. Yes we have an intention and desire to be able to make the future amazingly beautiful and sweet that we will give our best years working hard and forget to live or enjoy the moments well. Yet, we fail to recognise that it… Continue reading SECURE YOUR FUTURE NOW
"Time is the greatest money-making asset any individual can possess" Ed Slott What are you doing with your time? My colleague was so passionate about the fact that the African part of the history of a notable mathematician is really hidden; you have to search well well to find it. He was going on and… Continue reading What Are You Doing With Your Time?