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Boost your self-confidence

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By MERCY MUENDO We are all born with self-confidence but it often seems to dwindle as we grow older.  The people we mingle with on
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Redefining leadership

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Leadership is not about the size of your office or having formal authority. Leadership 2.0 is a mindset, a way of being – the way
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Terry, the super multi-tasker

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Terry McKenzie works as an international claims manager with a global health insurance firm, runs an online business called TMHoodies ‘and has a consultancy involved
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Reading requires discipline

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Loic Amado is the Uber General Manager, East Africa ‘and loves a book that will challenge his views ‘and give him inspiration. COMPILED BY: MURUGI
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The cost of broken promises

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Purpose to change the future by keeping your word. By SAMMI NDERITU It is a new year ‘and like every beginning of the year, we
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Interdependence is the way forward

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Great achievements are projects of huge teams, with each individual working to deliver the final product. By Antony Kairu Ihave a problem with how success
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How to make devolution count

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Former Presidential c ‘andidate Prof James Ole Kiyiapi talks about the issues that are undermining devolution ‘and what we can do differently. By KAGENI MUSE
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The six common leadership myths

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Leadership comes in many forms ‘and so does myths associated with it. By SAMMI NDERITU As Karen Kimsey-House, co-author of Co-Active Leadership ‘and Co-Active Coaching,
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Tourism must adapt to climate change

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Sustainable tourism development aims at promoting the nexus between societal wellbeing, economic prosperity ‘and environmental integrity protection.  By Dr JOSEPH NJOROGE Early in November, I came
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Let’s cut on plastic waste

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If current trends continue, roughly 12 billion metric tonnes of plastic waste will be in l ‘andfills or the natural environment by 2050 hence the