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Are you planning for growth or success this year? Here are 10 tips

A comprehensive business plan is not just a mere document; it is a roadmap that guides your consulting firm towards growth and success. By aligning your vision, setting clear goals, conducting thorough market research, analysing your competition, and crafting a unique value proposition, you are positioning your firm for greatness.…

BRAVING COVID-19 WITH COLLECTIVE LEADERSHIP

COVID 19 hit us in the face as a boutique environmental, social and governance risk management enterprise. Collective leadership was our knee jerk response to survival. It came so naturally to us. Here is our story and the lessons that we learnt about how authenticity can help one bravely face…

Leading JEDI Work with kindness. Is that an oxymoron?

One of Triple C Advisory’s (TCA) expanding areas of work is a gender-responsive approach to Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI). We have learned valuable lessons from our work, including the importance of kindness, which is the subject of this blog. The lack of JEDI traction indicates that we need…

Breaking Iron Clad Ceilings:Paulina Chiziane First African Female To Receive Portuguese literature The Camões Prize

Photo By: © Lusa (Noticiasaominuto) Paulina Chiziane is the first woman to publish a novel in Mozambique, has become the first African woman to receive the most important award for Portuguese literature, the Camões Prize. She’s also the first to break all the rules about what a writer may reveal…

Breaking Iron Clad Ceilings: Yuriana Arnesto First Costa Rica Woman to be UH1 Helicopter Air Captain

Photo by ( U.S. Embassy in Costa Rica) The Servicio de Vigilancia Aérea (SVA) – Costa Rica’s Air Surveillance Service – has mechanics, pilots, and police officers trained in the Aviation Program that the US Government gives to the SVA of Costa Rica through the INL. Yuriana Arnesto is Costa…

Breaking Iron Clad Ceilings: Tasmida Johar First India’s female Rohingya graduate

Photo By : Aliza Noor/Al Jazeera Tasmida Johar, India’s first woman graduate from the displaced Rohingya group, says she is experiencing a “conflicting feeling” these days. “These headlines, ‘first this, first that,’ make me happy, but they also make me sad.” “I am happy because this is my achievement, getting…

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