"Management is, above all, a practice where art, science, and craft meet"
Enroll now for the Association of Business Executive (ABE)
July intake ongoing
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There will be a GRADUATION ceremony on the first week of August 2018 for 2016 and 2017 finalist.
Clear any outstanding fee by 6th July 2018. Pay Ksh 2000 for graduation Ksh 1000 refundable.
For July and November 2017 Diploma finalists to present their results slips for the three modules and two result slips for the certificate/craft.
Kindly check your email accounts for the Revised Academic Calendar.
8th -20th January, 2018 Class Make-up for August 2017 semester.
Exams: 22nd January - 3rd February, 2018
January 2018 Semester:
5th February - 19th May, 2018
Or visit http://www.daystar.ac.ke/downloads/Event_Calendar_Aug_2017_to_Jan_2018.pdf
Great to see National Geographic celebrating our work with BRCK in Samburu, where eLimu is being used in a primary school and with a mother's group to teach reading and writing, thanks to the the initiative of Francesca Folda back in 2014.
What are your plans after KCSE? Do you want pursue a degree in law or medicine or business or IT? Well then do an ICDL certification and become a proficient student in using computers. Students doing ICDL out shine in their studies and eventually land in good jobs. Call Computer Pride on 0705 900 900 / 020 2221973 for more details or visit our centers in Nairobi and Mombasa. www.computer-pride.co.ke
THE POWER OF BRANDING FOR AN ARTIST
One of the most important tools for advancing a career in the creative world is the use of a personal brand. Branding is about awareness, both of yourself and the public’s mental positioning of you. But before you can begin to develop brand awareness, you need to adhere to what are the 3 C’s of branding.
Be clear about who you are, and who you are not. understand your unique promise of value.This first step is critical because it forces you to see yourself as others do. Once you’ve made it clear about what you are all about, you will soon attract and build a more targeted fan base that will better resonate with you because you've taken a position.
EXAMPLE if you rap bran yourself as a rapper and soon or later you will get a fan base
You don't want to be all things to all people, especially when you're just starting out.
NB :Branding is all about trust, and if you constantly change what you're all about, people can become confused and eventually tune out.
Consistency is what gives the public faith in your abilities and your delivery. It creates expectations. Once you’ve taken a position, you need to remain consistent with it.
From a digital standpoint, all your web properties should be aligned with one another, and you want to make it perfectly clear that someone has arrived at your official web property. The branding elements from your website should fickle down to all your other web assets (such as your Facebook and Twitter) so that they are all consistent in look and feel. Think of your website as the mother ship, and all the other web and social assets as smaller ships conveying the bigger message.
Once you’ve defined who you are and what you’re all about on a consistent level, you want to ensure that you remain active in conveying this. This doesn't mean constantly bombarding fans with promotional messaging. What it does mean is being there on a constant basis to engage and interact with your audience, but only to the degree where you're not overwhelming them and also not leaving them out in the cold.
Fans want to interact with you, but they don't want to be spammed with how great you are or why they should spend money on you. Think of your web engagements as your own reality TV show or soap opera: if the story continues with regularly scheduled programming, people will tune in. They don’t, however, want to see commercials running the entire time.
Building a brand takes a lot of time and effort but once you put in the work to build a good, consistent reputation, it will continue to pay dividends into the future.
2 years ago, I had this dream of providing access to STEAM education in low income settlements. Today, my team made that happen for them - and for us. ☺️☺️☺️ Day 1 begins with 'Basic Introduction to Computing' at Shining Hope for Communities in Kibera.
#Repost This is how Genocide in Rwanda started. In small towns and people ignored. People continued spreading the hate. Our leaders need to stand up against this. This is wrong!! Let's maintain PEACE KAWANGWARE #46 #56 #2 #4 #TribeAll
Did you know that every agent in Kenya you apply through to study
overseas to a University, is required to be registered by the Commission for
University Education – CUE in Kenya.
AEC IS REGISTERED:
E: [email protected]
Call: 020 760 22 70 - 0722 859578
WhatsApp: 0725 640 188
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Mr. Njogu Nganga, kindly visit the department, 2nd Floor New Science Complex, JKUAT JUJA for further advise on herbal medicine that you have asked about. You will also be advised on plant identification and how to use guide books like "Medicinal Plants of East Africa" 3rd Edition by Prof. Kokwaro UON and a smaller guide by Dr. Peter Njenga of Botany
INVITATION TO MANAGING AND LEADING INNOVATION TRAINING
The Management University of Africa, a premier University sponsored by the Kenya Institute of Management ( KIM) is pleased to invite your organization to our Managing and Leading Innovation Training scheduled to take place in Mombasa from the 11th to 14th of October 2016.
In both established as well as new organizations, innovation and change are very important in a dynamic changing environment. When a company fails to innovate and change as needed, it may soon become irrelevant loosing touch with the needs of its customers, employees and the community at large. To succeed, companies need to see innovation not as something special that only special people can do, but as something that can become routine and methodical, taking advantage of the capabilities of ordinary people. This four day workshop comprehensively demystifies innovation, from leading business theories to specific tips and tools for making the organization more innovative on a sustainable basis.
Your investment is Kshs 70, 000 (Seventy Thousand only) per delegate exclusive of VAT, travel and accommodation. Early bird payment made by 30th September 2016 attracts a discount of 5%.
I am pleased to send, herewith, detailed information on the course. Attached is a booking form for filling as a confirmation of participation.
Please note that MUA is a National Industrial Training Authority (NITA) registered center.
For further information, contact the undersigned.
cc: Nicholas Letting Doreen Gatakaa Njeru Bernadette Mutinda Kiilu Ruth Kenya Institute of Management
Circumstances in life doesn't matter.... What matters is what you're made of.... When things get tough, You either keep trying or surrender... Remember that success has many fathers but failure is an orphan.. Keep trying you shall make it. #forensics #kenya