Author Archives: Ms. Funmi Ade. MPhil, MSc, BA (Hons), FIC, MCIPS, CPPM, D7307.

About Ms. Funmi Ade. MPhil, MSc, BA (Hons), FIC, MCIPS, CPPM, D7307.

All things enterprise, learning, development & women.

Summer Hols- Harness the Potential of Your Business

Summer For women in business summer can be a challenging time. The oils of enterprise must keep churning but with the additional challenges, of children out of school. So here are a few tips to help, as a reminder for … Continue reading

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6 Quick Steps to Effect Personal Development.

Introduction Here, I talk through inexpensive, practical ways, to stay on- the – top of enterprise game, for the small business owner and self- employed. Many of whom, will not have the benefit of an HR department, to support and … Continue reading

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Zero Cost Social Media.  Advice from A Novice Turned Pro

Introduction Today I’m sharing my experiences, to help cash strapped, social media novices, micropreneurs & socialpreneurs, with a formula that works, at least for me! Running a social enterprise, or as some call it a community interest company, without any … Continue reading

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Found these 2 Quotes Today

Courtesy of Freedom from Mental Slavery

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Happy Easter. Not the bunnies & eggs

I’m bucking the trend by wishing you all a Happy Easter with a picture of the significance & theme of what it’s really about;   Christ dying on the cross to save sinners & rising again from the dead on Sunday … Continue reading

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Syria Selective Amnesia

Lest we forget, #Syria’s #chemical #weapons, was dismantled & destroyed under a UN supervised initiative, in 2014.  If we must condemn, let’s condemn the US, UK;  ‘Assad must go’ policy of supporting  ‘moderate terrorists’. Not the Syrian government ‘aka  -Assad regime’ … Continue reading

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Crocodile Tears of Somalia Famine

For all those that don’t know the direct cause of the famine in Somalia, is due to #global dimming. Continue reading

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The Temptation to Cheat

Ethics “Business ethics is the interdisciplinary study of ethical issues and opportunities in business”. The importance of theory and practice in business ethics”. Although the financial crises of 2008 was blamed mainly on the Lehman Brothers bank loans, to those that … Continue reading

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Israel Is Not A Jewish State.

For the last few months I have been reading with increasing sadness and trepidation the continued harassment, ethnic cleansing and murder of Moslem, Arab, Palestinian people of the Palestine.  The history of the creation of these 2 states and the … Continue reading

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Western Woman Hits Middle- East

As a women engaging with the Middle East for the first time, I had many advisors, some knowledgeable others not but all well- meaning, about what I could expect, in what was described as a “moslem, misogynistic society”, thereby stereotyping … Continue reading

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