All posts tagged with: leadership

Cinematographic Change – Inspired by Plato

Posted November 20, 2014 no picture Jason Bholanauth

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Imagine that you are sitting in a chair in a movie theater for your entire life. The theater is dark and all you can see is the wide movie screen in front of you. You can’t move because your hands and your ankles are tied to the chair. The back of the chair is high above your head so that it is impossible for you to look behind. All you can see is this wide screen in front of you and people sitting next to you in the same chair as you are seated. You’ve been watching movie...


Story of Basanta Adhikari, a youth advocate in Nepal

Posted September 21, 2014 Avatar Ready Willing and Able

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“To fall in a mud is not a disgrace but to stay there is”. I failed many times in my life, but I never thought myself as a failure, more I failed, more I tried to stand up being stronger than before. For me Muhammad Ali is right, he says, “The meaning of life is not simply to exist or to survive, but to move ahead, to go up, to achieve, to conquer”. I always think with same attitude to make myself better person than before and help the people who are in need. What do we...


The Plight of Nigeria's Legacy

Posted July 25, 2014 Avatar Mukhtar Muhammad

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Legacy as the word sounds and implies, takes its meaning synonymous to ethics and values passed down to generations. Though, Nigeria as my domain and lineage, I hate to say, I grieve in bewilderment of unremorseful deterrence within my subconscious. Its state I longed to see way pass when it deserved. Self-preservation and fulfillment is a resolute nature that scores if not devours, thawing enough the heart of its gearing non unanimous thought. I would hopefully like to take a...


Gender Discrimination in Bangladesh: Beyond Writing!

Posted May 8, 2014 Avatar Ann Naser Nabil

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Discrimination & Beyond! Discrimination means the ability to make or find out the difference to sensitivity, judgment, of something in our daily life. There is a lot of discrimination that happens around us. Discrimination also occurs in many countries. Each country itself has its own discrimination. There are many types of discrimination such as gender, age, race, and many more. The one that we want to focus on is is gender discrimination. In our opinion, gender discrimination is when men o...


2014--The Promising Road Ahead

Posted January 8, 2014 no picture Kriyana Reddy

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The Pope has spoken about 2014. He calls for change, peace and unity across the planet. In my opinion, I believe the Pope to be as demanding as every other citizen of the Earth. Many skeptics thought 2013 was bad, unlucky even, because of the dreaded number 13. I think the bad quality of a year can only be attributed to the bad quality of the people who create it. And time is created by everyone! So, here's a proclamation to everyone saying that we should all get our heads out of t...


An Interview with a Trailblazer

Posted November 22, 2013 no picture Kriyana Reddy

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I got a chance to interview the global executive talent consultant, World Business Forum speaker and prestigious Egon Zehnder executive Claudio Fernandez-Araoz the other day. We discussed several things, but perhaps the most important dealt with leadership, ethics and morals in a world that is forgetting the importance of holding the door open for someone. Although I understand this doesn't have direct relations to other posts that I've put up or some of the ones you guys put up, I...


The Girl in a Pink Hijab

Posted August 25, 2013 no picture Arya Satya Nugraha

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Following cultural and religion rules does not have to be a barrier for a girl like Fike Kireina to go after her passion. Unlike girls in conservative groups who are oppressed to stay on domestic post, Fike's true calling is in leadership issue and so she has no reason to stay at home. For her, both boy and girl stand a chance to become a leader. "I don't think that human right states who should be a leader and who should stay behind to follow. Everybody, boy or girl, is...