Today, June 3rd, we celebrate the Uganda Martyrs. The people who paid the ultimate price in defense of their Christian beliefs. Fearing the possible loss of control of his Kingdom, the Buganda King at the time, Mwanga II, took drastic measures. Over the years, Christianity had been spreading with it bringing a new class of
Is your coronavirus pandemic response strategy adequate? Are you in control of the pandemic or the pandemic is controlling you? This pandemic just happened. It has since changed many things. It has changed the way we live. No close contact with friends amid restricted movements. It has changed the way we work. For many, from
Running a business during these coronavirus times is like driving a car at night in heavy rains on a road without road marks. The journey becomes so uncertain and frustrating. Other drivers may choose to park and wait. Others take calculated risks. While others turn on the driver-assist computer in the car for night vision
If trust is the glue that keeps teams together, effective communication is the fuel that enables trust. You cannot talk about team cohesion without trust among team members. To help you during this #covid19 crisis, we have prepared for you a PPT slide deck you can readily use to train your staff to communicate better.
Bank Financial Risk Managers in the past 12 years have been the busiest bunch recovering from the aftermath of the financial crisis of 2007-2008. These particular effects have brought about adoption of more robust and prudent credit risk models such us the prominent International Financial Reporting Standards 9 (IFRS9) that was fully adopted in Uganda