Carolyne is the founding principal at VPF Strategies, a strategic and leadership development firm helping professionals and leaders design and develop growth strategies to meet their goals: Thriving Wellness, Cultures and Businesses. She is a speaker, author of Being Grounded: 21 Days To Come Alive and Love Your Life, and a contributing writer for various publications.
The Future of Working Women And The Issues They Face
By Carolyne Njogu. If you are a career woman, a mother, and have to take care of your elderly parent, you already have extra work on your plate. Read here on ways organisations can support working women to reduce attrition rates.
A Culture of Gratitude: Why Your Business Needs It To Thrive
By CAROLYNE NJOGU. Should businesses practice a culture of gratitude? Why is it important? Showing someone you are grateful can help build stronger bonds, relationships and ignite positive emotions. Read on to find out more on how to start a culture of gratitude in your workplace today!
What Business Leaders Can Learn From Parenting
By CAROLYNE NJOGU. The author believes that, in reality - parents who learned to lead themselves, their children and others, do so more effectively and efficiently once they become a parent. Read on to find out more about what leaders can learn from parenting.
Leadership & Love: How To Best Influence Those You Lead
By CAROLYNE NJOGU Love, not leadership, is the force that fuels the behaviors and attitudes that lead to phenomenal results sustainably. For to lead people - and all businesses are in the business of serving people - you may want to lead with love.
Reflections From 2020 To Prepare For The New Year
By CAROLYNE NJOGU As the wise would urge, before moving forward; it’s best to look back for there are lessons to be drawn from our recent past for a more strategic move beyond 2020.
Leadership Lessons From Hiroshima And Nagasaki
By CAROLYNE NJOGU – Mankind has done some amazing things. It’s also done some not so amazing things. There are lessons to be learned from both, but perhaps more so from the latter.
July 4th: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness
By CAROLYNE NJOGU On July 4th 1776, the Continental Congress ratified the Declaration of Independence two days after a vote to separate from the British Monarch’s rule. Although revolutionary in nature, this declaration preamble reveals the hypocritical nature of the founding fathers being that some owned slaves.