President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has announced plans here to meet with investors of Western Cluster to have the company consider extension of operations in Jumbobao, Dawein District of Bomi County.
Three leaders of a Consortium of Right Groups in Liberia have commended the Central Bank of Liberia for providing thirty-eighty Million Liberian Dollars (L$38,000,000.00) to the people of Bomi, Grand Cape Mount and Gbarpolu counties, respectively.
Highlighting Liberia’s numerous challenges rating from youth unemployment to lack of capacity and infrastructure amid vast natural resources, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has told newly accredited German Ambassador to Liberia, Mr. Ralph Timmermann that the country encourages German Private Sector to take a more active role as Liberia aims to manage its own resources efficiently.
Effective managers who are genuinely concerned with team members’ efficiency, productivity, and happiness, realize that training and personal development are absolute necessities. Corporate managers need to know this. Some managers, of course, work to avoid training their work force because they fear that eventually a team member will replace them at the helm of the organization. You should choose to look on this possibility as an incredible benefit. If you have no one prepared to take your place, you are destined to stay just where you are! It is also true that most managers avoid training because they believe trainees will advance past them.
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ArcelorMittal Liberia has announced plan to ship 4.5 million tons of iron ore this year from the country. The company shipped 3 million tons of iron ore between 1 January and 8 August 2013, almost doubling last year’s figures for the same period, according to a statement issued in Monrovia.
Everyone has a talent that the world is waiting to be discovered and unleashed for full manifestation. Liberia, our country has vast potentials. What that is truly missing is developing those potentials. Once you discover your talent, and convert it into a business, life becomes more meaningful. Take a careful look at footballers, musicians, actors and actresses, comedians, they have all been able to discover their talents and have converted their talents into business that they are surviving by. Take a look at who you are and look on the inside. There is something that is on the inside of you, wanting to come on the outside for full manifestation-something that will get the world’s attention to you. Discover it!
The Board of Directors of the First International Bank (Liberia) Limited has expressed concern over the indictment of the Bank through its Managing Director, Wole Sodipe, and other staff in connection with the ongoing investigation of the Liberia Airport Authority’s alleged corruption scandal.
In planning and starting a business, you need to first have an idea. It might be a product you've always wanted to make, or a service you feel people need. It might even be something people don't know they need yet, because it hasn't been invented!It can be helpful to have people who are bright and creative join you for a casual brainstorming session. Start with a simple question like: "what shall we build?"
A very important part of your preparation for business is to have an answer for these questions: Do you know yourself- who are you? How well do you really know yourself? What is your personality-your character? What is your life’s purpose? Do you have self awareness as well as take control of your life? Do you have self control-knowing how to react to situation? Having answers to the above questions would lay the platform for your venturing into business.