Your individuality and situational fit
This week’s blog concludes our Individuality monologues: the tendency to match human beings to global-average metrics (at times entirely meaningless for the individual) has been challenged. You just want to be you, after all, that is what makes you happy and productive – not so? Many of you have asked what you should do to… Continue reading
Your difference is your advantage – right?
In this blog, we continue our February discourse on individuality and how it makes you an effective: employee, family member, social acquaintance, and citizen. In our first two blogs – February 2019 – we explained why it’s essential for you ‘to be you’ and how to ensure you do so without leaving too many wrinkles… Continue reading
You are more effective when you choose to be you – 2 of 2
Let’s start off this week’s blog, the second in the series ‘You are more effective when you choose to be you,’ by making it very clear that we aren’t calling for rebellion or dissent in companies, families and other social spheres. Not at all! We instead are encouraging everyone to appreciate individuality (difference in people)… Continue reading
You are more effective when you choose to be you – 1 of 2
There is this fascinating book – The end of average by Todd Ross that resonates with our tendency to question why what is right or best is usually associated with a specific pre-agreed standard/norm. The book encourages you to look at yourself in your own image and not that of others or what is deemed… Continue reading
Apollo B. Gabazira is an Ugandan OD. junkie fascinated by matters that render organisations/individuals effective or not. He blogs on effective leadership and management. He is a devoted green-farmer and breeds the Ayrshire cow at Nakabugu, Luuka district, Uganda. Apollo is quite effective at what he chooses to do.