Corruption Sanctions

  Extraterritoriality of Sanctions from a Corruption Lens   The end of World War II shaped a new world order steering away from military confrontations, marking the birth of international initiatives that came to play a prominent role in the international diplomacy. These initiatives introduced international and regional organisations that took part in international politics…

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Trust Vs. Fear

Fear Vs. Trust Are you struggling with a disengaged team?  Or perhaps frustrated by a team that is far from taking any initiatives on their own?  Are you feeling so overwhelmed with micromanaging people, and you don’t have any more time to strategize? Well I can tell you one thing, “You Are Not Alone”!  Many…

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CEOs

Superheroes, CEOs, and Miracles As a kid, I always looked for heroes as role models to inspire me, for someone or something that is extraordinary to bring the best in me.  So, naturally, I was fascinated by comic books and fairy tales. So many superheroes with superpowers, and fairy creatures were created.  Some are caped,…

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SDGs

Rethinking Strategies to Achieve the SDGs   We currently find ourselves a third of the way through the Sustainable Development Goals timeline. Recently, ‘The Sustainable Development Goals Report 2020’ painted a disturbing picture of the stagnant progress towards achieving the SDGs by their 2030 deadline. The report also highlighted the damaging impact of the COVID-19…

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The transforming trends of Digital Transformation

The Transforming Trend of Digital Transformation. “Digital transformation” is the new buzzword in business, especially during the recent coronavirus outbreak. In fact, 70% of companies in the US, either already have a digital transformation strategy or are working towards getting one. If that’s not a reason enough for you to consider this, in 2019 alone,…

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We don’t need to fix women, we need to fix workplaces There is a big misperception that to succeed in business, women need fixing. The common belief that women need to be mentored to have more confidence, more drive and greater leadership skills to fit into the mold of what ‘good’ looks like is outdated…

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Higher Education Reimagined

                Higher Education Reimagined One of the many educational challenges Universities face nowadays include preparing students for jobs that will pop up at the emerging intersections of divergent disciplines, technology and cross‐disciplinary meta‐skills. To conquer these challenging times and to better contend in a digital age filled with…

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future of work

The coronavirus outbreak has forced companies around the world to rethink the way they do business. Since social distancing has become mandatory, many companies have turned to digital tools for communicating and carrying out their business to keep some semblance of normality. However, many are asking, will this be the new normal for the long…

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Gender-based Violence

Is “Gender-Based Violence” Particularly Feminist? As if the arduous situations that lockdown measures have imposed on household members aren’t already enough, Feminists hit us with an additional dilemma to trigger our minds with! Voices have been raised all over the world to reinforce the need for women and vulnerable groups to speak up if they…

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women in healthcare

  Today I refuse to be a “Woman in Healthcare”, because until we talk about “Men in Healthcare,” why should I pin this title on my blazer and walk around, asking to be treated differently? Don’t get me wrong, during my twelve years of attending medical conferences, connecting with physicians, and training teams, I have…

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