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Nandokha Emmanuel
A husband, father and developer of human and organization potential
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sam dindi Sep 12
Dandora Dumpsite should have such a facility that generates energy, water and building blocks.
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ciiru Sep 11
The battles I face in growing a manufacturing business & brand in Kenya ,is not for self but for future generations ❤️. It’s brutal , it’s exhausting, it’s discouraging BUT it’s hopeful, it’s colorful, it’s an investment for the children and youth of this dear Country.
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Nandokha Emmanuel Sep 11
Not worth arguing over stereotypes
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Nandokha Emmanuel Sep 11
Keep the spirits up,your good work is not in vain
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Blue Concepts Africa Sep 11
Accountability and Great Work Culture. A Self reinforcing Circle to Creating Great Leaders and Progression. We are proud to Host this Conversation
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Sarah Kebaya Sep 10
thank you for the opportunity to be part of Cohort 8. And to our Day 2 facilitators we are grateful for the time you took to share your knowledge with us.
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Nandokha Emmanuel Sep 11
Replying to @JonErlichman
Inspirational and challenging
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Jon Erlichman Sep 8
Oprah: Age 65: $3.5 billion net worth Age 61: buys 10% of Weight Watchers Age 56: starts OWN Network Age 49: becomes billionaire Age 46: starts O Magazine Age 34: starts Harpo Age 32: becomes millionaire Age 32: starts Oprah TV show Age 19: first TV job
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Nandokha Emmanuel Sep 11
.The inaugural workshop on accountability and culture at Pride Inn Flamingo
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ICX Kenya Sep 10
Customers do not care about what you know until they know how much you care. What are you doing for your loyal customer?
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Chris Kirubi Sep 10
It's critical that we pay attention and raise awareness on the issues affecting the of our youth. Unemployment and financial pressures can cause strain. We must give them support & guidance to prevent them from reaching breaking point.
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Ms. Abila 🦋 Sep 9
How to EARN TRUST 1. Do not lie 2. Do not cheat 3. Do not speak badly about people behind their backs 4. Openly admit your mistakes and never blame others for them 5. Give trust 6. Be humble 7. Be there for others 8. Give people a chance they deserve
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Ruei Hoth Gony Sep 10
Detach yourself from your comfort zone. view Africa from above. See where’s burning. Follow the smokes and see the children crying, the women wailing, fathers in agony; countrymen tormenting them. Step in and help that child smile
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Alaman James Sep 9
While officers like Jairus Mulumia are actually giving service to the community "utumishi kwa wote" others think holding a firearm puts them on a pedestal
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African Management Initiative Sep 10
As managers, it's important to develop a culture within your organization that will enable your teams to openly & actively participate. in Kenya or South Africa
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Dreday Aug 20
The past is your lesson. The present is your gift The future is your motivation.
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Nandokha Emmanuel Sep 10
True utumishi kwa wote
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Shikoh Kihika Sep 9
I bumped into this:Jairus Mulumia, a Kenyan Police officer who was deployed at Forole Primary School located at the Kenyan-Ethiopian boarder began teaching Mathematics to class 5 pupils after seeing them idling in class.This was after several teachers failed to report to schools.
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Nandokha Emmanuel Sep 10
And when we do that we become what we desire to become
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Owilah Sep 10
The Greatest strength that we have is ourselves and that means what we need is to steer up that which is within Us. manuelNandokha
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