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48 Laws of Powerdoc

48 Laws of Powerdoc

Uploaded by Chetanna Ekannou

48 laws of power show are rules everyone should apply in life to be successful..read it, you wont regret you did.

 
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The Influence of Leadership Styles on the Communication Behaviour of Workersdocx

The Influence of Leadership Styles on the Communication Behaviour of Workersdocx

The study set out to investigate the extent of influence leadership styles have on the communication behaviour of staff of Union Homes Savings and Loans Plc. In the pursuit of this goal, six (6) research questions were raised, in addition to two hypotheses. The survey research technique was employed with the questionnaire and the interview as primary and secondary instruments respectively. The questionnaire was designed for two sets of respondents in the population. The sets were for the management and non-management staff. Each of the sets contained nineteen (19) core issues related items, excluding three (3) items on the demographics of the subject. Both sets were also structured into five (5) parts. Part 1 contained questions on the demographics. Part 2 contained six (6) questions on the task related activities of Leadership. Part 3 contained six (6) questions on the people/relationship related tasks of leadership. Part 4 contained three questions on leadership styles and part 5 contained four (4) questions on communication behaviour resulting from the leaderships tasks in parts 2, 3 and 4. All items were set in the close-ended form.

 
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Certificate Without Knowledge as the Bane of Efficient Labour and Productivity in Nigeria: An Ethical Reflection

Certificate Without Knowledge as the Bane of Efficient Labour and Productivity in Nigeria: An Ethical Reflection

Uploaded by Nicholas U. Asogwa

Abstract. This paper examines the Nigerian education system vis-à-vis the quality of Nigerian graduates in the labour market. It argues that Nigeria’s education curriculum places undue emphasis on the possession of certificates, and that this undue emphasis on certification has made every other value about education secondary to the acquisition of certificates. While noting that it is through education that knowledge or skill is acquired for the development of the individual and the society, the paper contends that the placement of undue value on certificates without the requisite knowledge to defend them has cheapened the pursuit of knowledge, learning and acquisition of relevant skills. It appears that every Nigerian aspiring to go into education has, as his immediate concern, the acquisition of certificate. In a related development, the paper notes that it was the quest to possess certificates at all cost that led to the entrance of “expo” (examination leakage) into our education system. It further argues that besides making nonsense of the noble aims and objectives of examination, examination malpractice has resulted in bad consequences for both the Nigerian education system and the labour sector. Firstly, it has bastardized the image of Nigeria’s education system and that of the graduates it produces before the international communities. Secondly, the high level of intellectual emptiness displayed by most Nigerian workers that are products of this bastardized system has resulted in work inefficiency and low productivity. Seen thus, the paper concludes that education which is supposed to be an instrument for poverty reduction and national development has now been turned into a veritable instrument for human and national underdevelopment. As a solution to the quagmire, the paper suggests that in terms of employment, our government and human resource managers should shift emphasis from paper qualification to the possession of requisite knowledge or skill. Again, there should be massive campaign aimed at value re-orientation of the Nigerian masses.

 
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The Comparism and Contrast of  "The Duchess of Malfi and the Rover"

The Comparism and Contrast of "The Duchess of Malfi and the Rover"

Uploaded by Nwaeze Kelechi

In a nut shell, the heroic figure in the play is undoubtedly the duchess. She is stoically accepts her fates and constantly takes the lead in her relationship with Antonio. Her strong character is a typical of Jacobean tragedies.

 
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Assignment on Gse 113

Assignment on Gse 113

 
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Power to Make Changes in Nigeria: How I Can Improve the Economy

Power to Make Changes in Nigeria: How I Can Improve the Economy

Uploaded by Amarachi Akawabem

Our bad economy for the past years have affected us all. We are lacking behind in everything while other nations are growing especially Ghana, Kenya, South Africa. What can I do to improve Nigeria. I say, united we stand and divided we fall. We need to cone together and eliminate corruption.

 
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Assigment: Acc 101

Assigment: Acc 101

Uploaded by Njoku Jude

ledger is the final destination of all transactions, while journal is the initial entry in chronological order

 
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How and Why Students in Nigeria Join Cultism

How and Why Students in Nigeria Join Cultism

This is an article for magazine publication meant to address cultism issues among students in Nigeria

 
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Benefits, Challenges and Prospects of Citizen Journalism Practice in Nigeria

Benefits, Challenges and Prospects of Citizen Journalism Practice in Nigeria

The growth of modern technology and the sophistication of society over a period of time became a big challenge for traditional media of communication.

 
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Cedr324busineesplancore 2doc

Cedr324busineesplancore 2doc

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