ChaseAtWork

Why I Still Believe.

Lately, I have been honored to share moments with most of the people who are working so hard to rebuild and restore Chase Bank to its former glory. Perhaps to an even more stable and stronger institution than it ever was. And as I listened to them and watched them, I was able to visualize it and…

creative space, tools of trade

When Pride Comes Before a Fall.

You know those proverbial sayings that don’t make so much sense to you, because the last time you actually used them was when you were in primary school writing compositions and it was either the topic or the conclusion to your ‘made up’ story. But growing up, I have come to embrace many of these…

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Part Three: What First Impression Do You Make?

On the previous post, I to some extent defined who this millennial is from my point of view. Now, when you meet with someone for the very first time, what are some of the basic things you anticipate to know about them? Is it their name, what they do and where they do it? And let’s say…

Millennial,

Part Two: Who’s this Millennial?

I think I started the ‘series’ way ahead of where I should have. That’s why I’ve been feeling so stuck and frustrated on how I’ll go about this job I’ve pleasantly placed upon myself. I will be on millennials this, millennials that, and I haven’t described who this millennial person is. So let’s go back to square one…

Expected Income, Kawi Snippets

Part One: What is Your Expected Income?

This is one of those questions I have battled with since day one of employment or rather interviews since that’s where it all starts. How do I know how much I am worth based on how much work I do or the impact I think my work will bring to a company? Is it 10 shillings…