The Smuggler’s Manifesto and its Implications on Innovation

The smuggler’s manifesto is a document that was leaked online by an anonymous source, claiming to be a member of a global network of smugglers who operate in the shadows of the law. The manifesto reveals the methods, motives, and philosophy of the smugglers, who claim to be providing a valuable service to humanity by…

Celebrating 37 Years: Reflecting on Achievement of Inspiring Examples

37 years, what a blessing! This is a late celebration blog as the actual date was 1st July, but better late than ever. The Lord has been so good to me. I can’t surely tell it all. Reaching the milestone of 37 years is an occasion to celebrate the journey of accomplishments, growth, and resilience.…

Adult Learning

Adult Learning: Examining Teaching to Meet Personal Needs

Learning is a lifelong process that does not end when an individual graduates from school. As adults, we continue to learn and acquire knowledge, information, and experiences through various means. However, adult learning has its own positives and negatives that can be challenging to navigate. While examining learning and teaching methods to fit my current…

What is the Logic behind your services and products as a business owner?

A few months ago, I was attending the Thrive Business Owners Breakfast meeting organized by Worship Harvest Ministries under the Harvest Institute School of Practical Business where I had many light bulb moments and sparks of idea development. One of the things that had been keeping me uncomfortable is the question in the title that…

Mentorship, Grooming, Coaching, and Training; the covering men need.

In 2015, my heart started bleeding for the boychild and men because what I was seeing around was not good at all. As the heads of families, men were failing and there were more initiatives towards women who were their helpers and none for the ones in the driver’s seat. I cried out to God…

Why blue jeans and not purple?

Do you know that someone somewhere determines and makes decisions for us in line with the way we are to think and in the end act? Decisions are made on our behalf through the use of media to shape our perspectives and views. Do you know that blue was not even the original boy’s color?…

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Vision, People, and Resources – The Tools to Make a Transformational Difference in Society.

The thing you know intuitively, you can’t transfer to others – Apostle Moses Mukisa aka Ap. Mo That is how Transform 2022 a yearly leaders conference organized by the School Of Leadership from Harvest Institute, started off with the leader of Worship Harvest Ministries. With the theme Make a Difference, Ap. Mo started the conference…

SDGs and Climate Change, how you can get involved

Saving lives and livelihoods requires urgent action to address both the pandemic and the climate emergency. Recently I found myself wearing more warm clothes than before because I can’t deal with the cold anymore. Even my covers have gained a new duvet and I am wearing warmer stocking in the house.  My friends who travelled…

CEO Summit Magazine 2020 Features Patricia Kahill

CEO summit Uganda is where growth-oriented corporates challenge, effectuate and expound transformation. It is a platform that uniquely gathers the most influential CEOs, bankers, and investors in the region.  It is a private think tank fluent in solutions, through its Annual CEO Forum and the sector-specific CEO Cluster teams. In 2020, Patricia Kahill a multipotentialite,…

Upskilling for shared prosperity in Uganda

Upskilling for Shared Prosperity is a call to action. It makes the economic case for providing employees with learning and development opportunities to expand their horizons while minimizing skills gaps. Due to the disconnect between current education programs and the skills employers, the need today and the future to look at upskilling as an advantage to…

This Kind of Digital Culture for Digital Transformation

Organizations with a strong digital culture concept where technology and the internet are shaping their way of interaction with humans using digital tools and data-powered insights are the same thing that has been talked about highly for the last now coming to 24 months brought to us by COVID19 effects. Over the weekend, I purposed…

My Rant Towards Children's Rights

A few weeks ago I attended the launch of the Situation Analysis of Children in Uganda report at Golf course hotel organized by UNICEF Uganda, and I got to understand that many children in this country(The pearl of Africa) have never realized some of their rights. And some of us might have missed out on…

One Year as an online freelancer; lessons learnt.

If you can’t record or remember your lessons, you learnt nothing from the great experiences life has to offer. Everyday there is something new to learn, to fail at and to aim at. For the last year I have been learning, failing and aiming; below are my lessons learnt…. Never forget your passion – not…

Do you know your rights to Kampala city?

We live in an era when ideals of human rights have moved centre stage both politically and ethically. These rights have expanded and now we have the right to the city. This means according to urban sociologist Robert Park; ‘man’s most successful attempt to remake the world he lives in more after his heart’s desire.…

Invest in Children, Invest in the Future

I had an introductory to this topic but let me say this instead, if my elders (great great grand parents and their friends plus relatives) had invested more in their children (my grand parents and my parents plus their friends), I am sure I wouldn’t be here hustling with life. Why do I say the above?…