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Good News From Africa ===================== 1. DRC MP’s elect woman speaker of parliament, Jeanine Mabunda: Lawmakers in the Democratic Republic of Congo, DRC, on Wednesday elected Jeanine Mabunda as head of the national assembly. Mabunda was the only candidate fielded for the position after her main opponent, Henri Thomas Lokondo, was disqualified. The main opposition boycotted the process citing political maneuvering. The new speaker belongs to the Common Forum for Congo, FCC coalition, which is led by former president Joseph Kabila. She also got the backing of president Tshisekedi’s CACH coalition. She becomes the first woman to occupy the top legislative seat. She is the sixth substantive speaker and takes over from Aubin Minaku – speaker between 2012 – 2019. 2. Selfie by caretaker, gorillas in DRC’s Virunga park goes viral: Gorillas are not known to stand straight by nature but that is what two female gorillas did over the weekend. Doing so for a selfie opportunity with two rangers. The photo of the rangers and gorillas went viral on social media platforms and attracted wide coverage by mainstream media outlets. The photo was taken in the Democratic Republic of Congo, DRC’s famed Virunga National Park. Virunga is “Africa’s oldest national park and is also the continent’s most biologically diverse protected area. “You might have recently seen caretakers Mathieu and Patrick’s amazing #selfie with female orphaned gorillas Ndakazi and Ndeze inside the Senkwekwe center here at Virunga. Is it real? Yes! Are these gorilla gals always this cheeky? Yes!, ” the park’s Twitter handle clarified the viral photos. 3. Malawi hopeful in new Malaria vaccine: High hopes in Malawi as the country made history on Tuesday by taking the bold step to be the first country in the world to vaccinate children with a new malaria vaccine. Mothers with babies below the age of 2 turned up in the week long vaccination campaign, in trust of the revolutionary vaccine. “Finally my child has received the malaria vaccine. I am so happy because I know that she will not suffer from malaria and that I can concentrate on other important things, ” said Hendrina Ositeni, mother. 4. Ghana starts largest medical delivery scheme using drones: Hundreds of drones have started delivering life-saving vaccines, blood and medicines to patients in Ghana this week in the largest scheme of its kind, the global vaccine alliance GAVI said on Wednesday. Medics will place orders by text message when supplies run dry, said GAVI chief executive Seth Berkley. Drones will then fly in from four distribution centers, hover over health posts and drop deliveries using tiny parachutes. “The idea is that these four distribution centers can make up to 600 on-demand delivery flights a day, ” Berkley told reporters in a telephone briefing. “And that can expand up to 2, 000 (a day) over time.” 5. Uganda, Kenya, Morocco named among world’s most beautiful places: Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Kenya’s Samburu national reserve and Morocco’s Mount Toubkal have been named among the 25 most beautiful places in the world, according to a survey done by CNN Travel. The list of ‘breathtakingly beautiful’ places was compiled by the American media channel, in commemoration of Earth Day, and shared to tip travellers on which places they could visit this year. ‘‘In celebration of Earth Day…from lush African forests to vast Latin American deserts, watery Balkan paradises to ancient Middle Eastern cities, here are our picks for the world’s top breathtaking, beautiful destinations, ’‘ CNN Travel said. This is what was said about the African destinations on the list. Datum Recruitment Services, is an Executive Search Firm; We specialize in recruiting for Africa and Middle East markets If you have immediate roles to close, please mail us your requirement on info@datum-recruitment.com
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Here are Google's leadership evaluation questions: ============================================ My manager gives me actionable feedback that helps me improve my performance. My manager does not "micromanage" (get involved in details that should be handled at other levels). My manager shows consideration for me as a person. The actions of my manager show that he/she values the perspective I bring to the team, even if it is different from his/her own. My manager keeps the team focused on our priority results/deliverables. My manager regularly shares relevant information from his/her manager and senior leaders. My manager has had a meaningful discussion with me about career development in the past six months. My manager communicates clear goals for our team. My manager has the technical expertise (e.g., coding in Tech, selling in Global Business, accounting in Finance) required to effectively manage me. I would recommend my manager to other Googlers. I am satisfied with my manager's overall performance as a manager. Then Google employees are asked to complete two other questions: 12. What would you recommend your manager keep doing? 13. What would you have your manager change? Notice that only one question, No. 9, asks employees to rate their manager's hard skills. The Best Managers Are Those Who Help Their Teams Succeed The evaluation spends almost no time assessing a manager's knowledge, skill, and experience. All but one question focuses on soft skills: communication, feedback, coaching, teamwork, respect, and consideration. What you know matters, but communicating, delegating, creating a sense of autonomy and purpose...that matters a lot more. Granted, you could argue that possessing superb technical skills is less important for Google's team managers; after all, it's easier for Google to recruit and retain incredibly skilled people than it is for many companies. But that argument misses the larger point. While most employees need some degree of training early on, the emphasis soon shifts from what they know to how they use their knowledge and skills. For example, take question No. 2: "Does my team leader micromanage?" Just about every task has a best practice, so most leaders implement and enforce processes and procedures. For employees, though, engagement and satisfaction are largely based on autonomy and independence. I care the most when it's "mine." I care the most when I feel I have the responsibility and authority not just to do what I'm told, but to do what is right. Good leaders establish standards and guidelines and then give their employees the autonomy and independence to work the way they work best within those guidelines. Good leaders allow their employees to turn "have to" into "want to, " because that transforms a job into something much more meaningful: an outward expression of each person's unique skills, talents, and experiences. Datum Recruitment Services, is an Executive Search Firm; We specialise in recruiting for Africa and Middle East markets If you have any immediate roles to work, please mail us your requirement on info@datum-recruitment.com more about us on www.datum-recruitment.com
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