Monday, March 18, 2019

HR Today: Humanizing the workplace

There are complains about how people are so busy getting the work done that their workplace has lost the human essence. When people work behind closed doors, when they keep to themselves, when they...

The Garden: Confidence

Are people born confident? That is the question that was posed to me last week when I was a guest in a private online class.  This group had invited me over for a Q&A,...

DRC: GHANBATT female engagement team boosts Ghana’s image in UN operations

Female Soldiers of the Ghana Armed Forces have performed ground breaking roles in the ongoing peace operations in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Showcasing this, female military personnel are gradually shifting from service...

Retaining star performers

How vital are your vital few? In any team or organization, a small number of individuals will account for a substantial amount of collective output. These “stars” are able to systematically outperform the majority...

Regional capitals: Why gov’t must tread with caution

When the then candidate Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffu Addo of the New Patriotic Party(NPP) made a campaign promise in 2016 to create new regions across the country, there was an immediate political outcry suggesting...
Dagbon Yaa Naa Abukari Mahama

Dagbon: Don’t let politics rake up old wounds!

Let me start by expressing my fealty to my sovereign, His Majesty Yaa Naa Abukari Mahama II. It took a long time in coming, but it surely feels and sounds good! The period of interregnum...

The Garden is back on Starrfmonline

Do you remember GHOne TV's Lerato Charlotte Letsoso? She is back this time in The Garden, her popular weekly column on www.starrfmonline.com.  The Garden has been on starrfonline.com since 2017 and over the years,...
Ken Agyapong

Commentary: Murder most foul!

Prologue  On Wednesday night, January 16 2019, there was a murder. A young man, Ahmed Hussein-Suale, associated with a private investigation firm in Accra, was gunned to death on his way home from work. Even...

The Garden: Twenty nice things

While many have been saying hello and happy new year, we on The Garden are saying happy twenty nice things taken from twenty nineteen.  This year, we expect at least twenty nice things to...

Critical Policy Junctures: Why Gambaga should be NER’s capital

Since the announcement of the referendum results in favour of the newly proposed regions, a ubiquitous wave of euphoria can be observed among natives of the earmarked geographical areas as they anxiously look forward...

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