This happened during a women’s month virtual webinar. The theme of the webinar was “We mean Business aimed at empowering its female staff with life skills that will help them thrive at work, and in their day to day life”.
A professional coach and trainer, Moses Mukisa facilitated the session. He called out five critical areas that one should practice if they want to thrive.
These included; Intentionality, right self-image, consistency, right environment, and evaluation.
“You are the average of the 5 closest people to you. The environment and people you interact with play a major role in grooming you into what you would want to become,” Mukisa said.
Furthermore, he said champions regularly do what mediocre occasionally do. Therefore, individuals need to be keen on the life decisions they make if they are to achieve what they set out to do, both at a personal and career level.
Some of the women in attendance pledged to be more intentional with their career and personal growth journey. They pledged to do this by accessing more information in order to thrive and stand out in whatever they do.
Executive director of KCB Bank Uganda, Agnes Mayanja noted many women in Uganda and across the world, amidst challenges, are doing amazing entrepreneurial things. However, their contribution to the economy is not recognized.
“KCB Bank Uganda would love to celebrate these ladies who mean business,” said Mayanja.
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