Monthly Archives: August 2017
by Aminat Abubakar – Sunday, July 30, 2017 I had a great opportunity learning about Innovative Intelligence and Creativity; has enriched and given me a better insight into my journey as a future-ready and future smart leader in management consultancy … Continue reading
Discuss the Importance of Incentives and Rewards to Support Innovation at Workplace. What Role Does Leadership Play in Harnessing the Innovative Culture in the Organization?
by Aminat Abubakar – Saturday, July 1, 2017 Incentives and rewards have a great benefit for leadership and employees at the workplace. It boosts productivity and high performance. Employees are motivated by high morale, job satisfaction, and employee well-being. Once … Continue reading
Discuss in Detail The Five Steps of The Creative Process as Described by Csikszentmihalyi in His Book ‘Creativity: The Psychology of Discovery and Invention’.
by Aminat Abubakar – Saturday, May 27, 2017 The uniqueness of the human nature in both strength and weakness makes it difficult for people to have uniformity in reaching a novel idea or product. Nevertheless, there are common traits in … Continue reading
by Aminat Abubakar – Tuesday, May 16, 2017 My journey to becoming a thought leader in the second term of the doctoral program started with Emotional Intelligence. The course taught me about self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management towards … Continue reading
Discuss In Detail, Your Strength Based Leadership Report (The CliftonStrengths Assessment). Why Do You Think It Is Important For Leaders To Invest In The Strengths Of Self And Others
by Aminat Abubakar – Monday, May 15, 2017 Gallup came up with four distinct domains of leadership strengths based on a study carried out on thousands of leadership teams, which are: (1) Executing, (2) Influencing, (3) Relationship Building, and (4) … Continue reading
by Aminat Abubakar – Tuesday, April 4, 2017 In 1998, Daniel Goleman brought to fame Emotional Intelligence (EI) theory in terms of organizational and job performance. Daniel Goleman defines EI as “The capacity for recognizing our own emotions and those … Continue reading