Showing posts from March, 2020

Statement attributable to the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General - on the Democratic Republic of the Congo [scroll down for French version] | United Nations Secretary-General

Image - United Nations Office of the Spokesperson of the Secretary-General The Secretary-General strongly condemns the attack, on 5 February,  against a helicopter of the United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUSCO). The helicopter came under fire while travelling from Beni to Goma, North Kivu province, resulting in one South African peacekeeper killed and another severely injured. The crew managed to land the helicopter in Goma.   posted by friends:   (2) @UN_News_Centre: .@ antonioguterres strongly condemns the attack against a helicopter of @ MONUSCO . He recalls that attacks against United Nations peacekeepers may constitute a war crime under international law. Full statement:… 06.02.2023 00.48.47 @UN_Spokesperson: .@ antonioguterres strongly condemns the attack against a helicopter of @ MONUSCO . He recalls that attacks against United Nations peacekeepers may constitute a war crim

What You can do WITHOUT INTERNET during #remotelearning?

What can students do WITHOUT INTERNET during #remotelearning ? 10 activities: What would you add to the list? #DitchBook #distancelearning #elearning #onlinelearning — Matt Miller #FlattenTheCurve (@jmattmiller) March 30, 2020

Top Story on Life of a software engineer.

Top story: Randa Fahmy - Life of a Software Engineer , see more — Joseph Moshood (@jmgladstar) March 30, 2020

Leadership Studies: How can you become better?

Do something every day to improve your skills! #entrepreneurship — KNOWGOGROW (@KnowGoGrow) March 27, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: Which entrepreneurial style are you adopting?

There are three types of entrepreneurial styles. Traditional business schools don’t usually synthesize the approaches in this manner. But, that’s what they are. Which one is yours? #Entrepreneurship #entrepreneur — OMI Firm (@OMI_Firm) March 27, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: Are You Revolting against the norm?

Some motivation to end your week.✨ Even though you may find yourself working under different circumstances lately, focus on the positives. Now is the perfect time to grow the ideas you've been waiting to have more time to do. #Entrepreneurship — People’s Revolt ⚡️ (@peoples__revolt) March 27, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: Are You hoping and wishing or making things happen?

Invest in yourself-Adapt and acquire new skills that build your competitive advantage. There are those who hope and wish and there are those make things happen. Which are you? #morningmotivation #CEO #Entrepreneurship #mindset #inspiration #success #goals #salestraining — Mick McClendon (@McclendonMick) March 27, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: Are You Looking for faults?

"Don't find fault..." #socent #entrepreneurship — KNOWGOGROW (@KnowGoGrow) March 26, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: Which is better, build up your people or your business?

An entrepreneur starts a business to make a difference in the world! #entrepreneurship #business — Expanrr (@Expanrrmedia) March 26, 2020

Leadership Studies: Are You Sabotaging Enthusiasm?

Don’t expect high performance when you sabotage enthusiasm. “Death and life are in the power of the tongue.” Jewish Proverb You don’t have to be a genius to identify words that energize people and words that suck the life out of people. #leadership #LFreakquote — Dan Rockwell (@Leadershipfreak) March 26, 2020

Leadership Studies: Who is in charge in times of crisis?

Now is not the time to think you are ‘in charge’ and ‘in control’. Be open to ideas, listen. Leading in times of crisis takes a different set of skills. I believe one of them is being ‘tuned in’ to other voices. Sometimes people know better than you. #leadership — Anne Cooper (@Anniecoops) March 26, 2020

Leadership Studies: How are you handling your fears

Each of us must confront our own fears, must come face to face with them. How we handle our fears will determine where we go with the rest of our lives. To experience adventure or to be limited by the fear of it. - Judy Blume #Leadership — Monwabisi Kete (@MonwabisiKete) March 25, 2020

Leadership Studies: What is really important?

Ask yourself what is really important and then have the courage to build your life around your answer. #Leadership — Tim Fargo (@tim_fargo) March 22, 2020

Leadership Studies: What Should You do when You are not respected?

When you realize someone doesn't respect you stop talking and start listening. If you aren't respected, it doesn't matter what you say. Respect is a feeling, but showing respect is a behavior. #leadership #LFreakquote — Dan Rockwell (@Leadershipfreak) March 23, 2020

Leadership Studies: What is your main task as a leader??

"The task of the leader is to get his people from where they are to where they have not been." Henry A. Kissinger #leadership — Evan Kirstel (@evankirstel) March 21, 2020

Leadership Studies: What You should do when your followers have lot of questions?

In the middle of a crisis, when very little is known, people have a lot of questions. As leaders, we often don’t have the answers & that’s alright. The most important thing is to be honest and tell people what you know and what they need to do. #leadership #ihavethewatch — Jon S Rennie 🇺🇸 (@jonsrennie) March 18, 2020

Leadership Studies: Why You should not panic?

One of the most important lessons I've learned in 33 years as a doctor... Panic is just as infectious as a virus. Even if you're crapping yourself in an emergency, appear as calm as possible. Patients lose it when the doctor in charge looks panicky. So... #COVID #Leadership — Steve Robson (@DrSteveRobson) March 17, 2020

Leadership Studies: Will You Prefer to be a man of value or a man of success? Why?

Try not to become a man of success but a man of value. - Albert Einstein #Leadership — Bruce Van Horn (@BruceVH) March 18, 2020

Leadership Studies: The best ways to serve during turbulence.

The top 3 ways leaders can serve their people during times of turbulence... 1. Communicate 2. Communicate 3. Communicate #Leadership — Scott Cochrane (@WScottCochrane) March 18, 2020

Leadership Studies: Are You a static leader?

As you lead, your position cannot be static • Stand "Ahead" of people, staying close enough for them to see you • Step "Beside" people, listening to them and talking about the journey • Stand "Behind" people, sharing words of encouragement ~ @JohnCMaxwell on #Leadership — Paul Kandavalli (@Paul_Kandavalli) March 19, 2020

Leadership Studies: Are You Willing to be transparent?

Willingness to be transparent is one of the most inspiring characteristics of a leader❤️💪 An excellent reminder that we are all constantly growing and learning! Thank you @PendleyShroff #leadership #SPPAC2020 — Caroline Keller (@CVKeller) March 19, 2020

Top Story on Education: UNESCO launched remote learning Solution

Top story: Half of world’s student population not attending school: UNESCO launches global coalition to accelerate deployment of remote learning solutions , see more — Joseph Moshood (@jmgladstar) March 19, 2020

Leadership Studies: How should a leader act in times of crisis.

How leaders perform in a crisis is often a defining moment of their career. Do they sit back & wait to see what others do? Or do they act swiftly on their intuition & take actions they know in their heart to be necessary? My advice in times like these: Be Courageous. #Leadership — Mark C. Crowley (@MarkCCrowley) March 17, 2020

Leadership Studies: How to easily soar to success.

''Compare yourself to yourself, your business to your business and soar 2 success.'' - Elizabeth McCormick #Leadership #Pilotspeaker #Soar2Success — Elizabeth McCormick (@pilotspeaker) March 18, 2020

Leadership Studies: Why are the greatest talents and experts not becoming the greatest leaders?

"No one doubts that the very best leaders have both innate and developed skills, built upon through education and experience. But the greatest talents and experts do not always make great leaders." - Craig B. Whelden #leadership #wisdomwednesday #inspiration — Craig Whelden (@CraigWhelden) March 18, 2020

Leadership Studies: What are the duties and responsibilities of founders/CEOs?

FOUNDERS DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES People always wonder if everyone can be a founder/CEO. Here is a list of few duties and responsibilities of a founder/CEO. Tag a founder/CEO. #founder #ceo #under40ceos #entrepreneurs #planning #managing #directing #farmerscornerng — Farmers' Corner (@farmerscornerng) March 9, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: How to build simpler, faster and more secured websites.

The JAMstack allows you to create websites that are simpler, faster, and more secure than other web development methods. So come on - let's get started with this free, 4-hour JAMstack tutorial – you'll learn how to build fast, secure websites in no time. — (@freeCodeCamp) March 17, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: Is Your Niche Marketing too narrow or wide?

Dear Entrepreneur, Please, avoid picking a niche that’s too broad, or too narrow. Are you expecting your business to attract all persons under the age of 25 in your country? (1) — Chidi Nwaogu (@ChidiNwaogu5) March 16, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: Are You learning business essentials from these mentors?

Hey #entrepreneurs Are you learning business essentials from them?🙂 1. @larrykim 2. @Vishen 3. @RebekahRadice 4. @JayShettyIW 5. @neilpatel 6. @jeffbullas 7. @garyvee 8. @kimgarst 9. @TonyRobbins 10. @GrantCardone 11. @LewisHowes 12. @DanLokofficial — ANUP CHOWDHURY #ENTREPRENEUR (@digimarktclub) March 15, 2020

Leadership Studies; Those that don't make it in leadership.

The core of #leadership — Sami Saklou (@saMsoMe_1) March 13, 2020

Leadership Studies: What a leader should never do?

Never discourage anyone who - shows up and on time - gives their best honest effort - communicates - believes in teamwork - shares constructive, interesting ideas - wants to learn - has a positive attitude - jumps in to help when needed - smiles and laughs - listens #Leadership — Leaders (@LeadersBest) March 10, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: How Your Product can add values to people.

People will only pay for a product if it adds value. Here's *all* the ways your product can add value. Which one can you check? #nocode #digitalproduct #entrepreneurs — Jens Lennartsson 🛠➕📢 (@JensLennartsson) March 12, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: How to deal with rejection.

It's okay to say "Yes" to people who have told you "No". Rejection is a big part of the #voiceover business. It's almost never personal. Sometimes it's just not a good fit. Or it almost WAS you and you'll never know. Always keep trying. #entrepreneurs — J Thomas Gordy (@jthomasgordy) March 10, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: What are the things killing your business?

I’m a little tuned up for this one... but you have to listen to this... 3 things that are killing your #business presentations. #entrepreneurs — Brandon Schaefer (@talkwithbrandon) March 3, 2020

Leadership Studies: Are You Taking Steps to reproduce yourself?

Dear executive, it’s taken you a lot to achieve your current level of success. Are you taking steps to reproduce yourself? The purpose of leadership is not to create followers, it is to create leaders. You multiply your capacity for success that way. #leadership — SamAdeyemiGLC (@samadeyemiglc) March 10, 2020

Leadership Studies: Is this not the type of Women Leadership that is worth celebrating?

ONE WOMAN became a CHIEF/TRADITIONAL RULER in Malawi and annulled over 1500 CHILD Marriages, sent children back to school and is addressing root causes of poverty and unemployment Leadership should be representative and inclusive at all levels. Because the world is DIVERSE too!! — Juliet 'Kego | #Nwanyịbùífé (@julietkego) March 10, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: How to scale through recession?

9/ It's time to get lean & scrappy culturally. Being lean means removing expenses that are unnecessary. The right employees don't care about free Kombucha. Being scrappy means finding clever solutions to otherwise difficult, time costly, or expensive options. — Suhail (@Suhail) March 9, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: When is the right time for fundraising?

7/ Expect investor decision making to take longer if things worsen. I’ve talked to many founders waiting till they had 2-3 months of runway. This correction will feel surprising & create unnecessary stress so plan ahead. Due diligence will get more intense—have the numbers ready. — Suhail (@Suhail) March 9, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: Which type of Investors should You Beware Of?

4/ Beware of investors who will take advantage of you: in the darkest moments, multiple VCs wanted to find our 2-person team a CEO. I think the environment has greatly improved but it’s been a while since investors had the same power. They will get picky with investments too. — Suhail (@Suhail) March 9, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: When Should You Stop Hiring?

3/ Now is a good time, as you brace for impact, to get really focused with the resources you have instead of what you could have. Try to double down on your core products vs risky endeavors. You don’t need to stop hiring but a way to shift risk is to get pickier with hiring. — Suhail (@Suhail) March 9, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: How Women Entrepreneurs can strike a balance and have a firm grip over their finances.

In this #WomensDay Special edition, @Kayezad talks to @MrinAgarwal , Founder, @FinsafeIndia , who is also an entrepreneur, financial planner & a #financial educator, to know how women #entrepreneurs can strike a balance & have a good grip on their finances: — moneycontrol (@moneycontrolcom) March 5, 2020

Leadership Studies: 5 Business Lessons from Warren Buffet.

5 #Business Lessons From @WarrenBuffett ’s Experience at Berkshire Hathaway >> . #entrepreneurs #familybusiness — Tharawat Magazine (@Tharawatmag) March 5, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: Which two areas should be given priority in your business functions?

“Business has only two functions – marketing and innovation.” #sagar9213 #digitalmarketing #entrepreneurs — Sagar Singh (@sagarsingh9213) March 2, 2020

Leadership Studies: Are You Organising soul sucking meetings?

How to End Soul-Sucking Meetings Making decisions in the meeting, NOT before the meeting. Discussions are manipulations if you’ve already made up your mind. Eliminate interrupting and bloviating. Reduce observers. #leadership #LFreakpost — Dan Rockwell (@Leadershipfreak) March 4, 2020

Leadership Studies: What do you do to encourage good relationship among remote teams?

Out of sight, out mind? What do you do to build good relationships within remote teams? #teamwork #leadership #inclusion — Skill Boosters (@myskillboosters) March 4, 2020

Leadership Studies: Are You feeling entitled?

Better to think you are average and work hard than to think you're above average and feel entitled. Entitlement is the end of development. #leadership #LFreakquote — Dan Rockwell (@Leadershipfreak) March 2, 2020

Leadership Studies: Are You creating psychological safety?

Creating psychological safety is not a "nice to do" for leaders. It's about creating the conditions for candour, taking risks and asking for help in a way that creates competitive advantage. #leadership #Wellbeing #EmployeeEngagement — The Curious Leader (@BizMomentumUK) March 2, 2020

Leadership Studies: Which will you prefer, A leader that is always real or right ?

Leaders: Be real. People would rather follow a leader who is always real than one who is always right. #MondayMotivation #leadership #leadershippodcast #leadershipmatters — Craig Groeschel (@craiggroeschel) March 2, 2020

Leadership Studies: How to get women to the top in their career.

We demand more women in leadership! For sustainable development. For a better & fairer world for all. Our e-book on transformative leadership and women for a new era explores what it takes to make space for women at the top: #GenderEquality — UNESCO (@UNESCO) March 2, 2020

Entrepreneurial Studies: What is the best competitive advantage for a start-up?

have observed a few times that one of the greatest competitive advantages in startups is the team simply sticking together long enough to figure it out. #themessymiddle — scott belsky (@scottbelsky) March 1, 2020