The Volkswagen Foundation is supporting Global Challenges Fellowship to conduct research for journal articles and/or policy papers and participate in a series of small working group discussions and seminars. Beginning in September 2015, Global Challenges Fellows will spend approximately 7-8 months doing analytical, policy, and empirical work at SPP/CEU IAS in Budapest and at GPPi in Berlin where they will engage with policy practitioners. Researchers from nine countries (Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Iran, Mexico, Nigeria, South Africa, and Turkey) are eligible to apply.
Deadline application: March 30, 2015.
Read more: 2015-2016 Germany Fellowship Program Scholarship Positions 2015 2016
There’s no shortage of tips, tricks, and hacks out there to help you better manage your time. From blocking out chunks of your schedule to get work done sans email to waking up an hour earlier for a focused work session, we’ve seen it all.
But what happens when you try all of these different methods—and every single of one of them completely backfires?
For those of you who feel like you’re time management failures, there’s still hope: We’ve found some more unconventional pieces of advice to try. Starting with these:
- Poor time management could be limiting your potential and scrambling your priorities, so the sooner you ask the right questions and figure out what’s most important to you, the better you’ll be able to have the schedule you want and need to succeed.
- Ditch all of those high-tech time management apps and pick up a pen and paper.
- The basis for any great time management trick is a stellar to-do list. Once you master that, the rest gets easier.
- Building on that, it’s time to get your priorities in check
- Don’t assume that one tiny change will suddenly fix all of your scheduling issues; it’s about making many smaller changes and fine-tuning them.
- A lot of the time, people are confusing poor time management with simply being overworked and over-scheduled. If you know how to cut down on your commitments, many of your issues with time will fix themselves.
- Remember that how you end your day is just as important as how you start your day.
- Treating your schedule like a financial statement may be what you need to reclaim tons of time in your jam-packed schedule.
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Selling online can be a daunting process but also very rewarding. Online shopping is still a relatively new experience for the average internet user in Nigeria. The challenges ranges from knowing the right products to sell, how to market your products, logistics and delivery.
This bootcamp will focus on the “how tos” of selling fashion online covering a range of topics including building a fashion e-commerce business, buying retail inventory, knowing your customers, using social media to generate more sales, case studies and how you make money on Traclist.com
Date: Saturday, March 7, 2015 from
Time: 11:00 AM to 2:00
Venue: CcHub 1st. Floor 294 Herbert Macaulay Way Sabo Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria
For more details, visit: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/fashion-e-commerce-bootcamp-learn-how-to-launch-your-own-online-store-tickets-15567252070?aff=es2&rank=7
Company Name: Confidential
Job Role: Business Administrator
Job Type: Full Time
Application Deadline: 26 March, 2015
Job Summary: The Business Development Manager manages business development activities for the company driving sales activities and the acquisition of new business.
Requirements: OND, HND/B.Sc. in any related field, 1-3 years’ experience
For More Details: http://www.jobberman.com/job/398324/business-administrator-in-lagos/
For the 2015-2016 academic year, UWest has set aside funds to continue providing the Lotus Scholarships for new students entering the University, as well as for students seeking to renew their scholarships. New applicants must meet the scholarship eligibility requirements and matriculate into UWest in the 2015-2016 academic year (see last page for students beginning Spring 2015). Returning applicants must meet the Lotus Scholarship criteria in order to qualify for a renewal.
Deadline:April 1, 2015
Company Name: Confidential
Job Role: Retail Pharmacist
Job Type: Full Time
Application Deadline: 25 April, 2015
Salary Range: ₦100,000.00 – ₦150,00.00
Job Summary: Providing professional advice about health issues, symptoms and medications in response to customer enquiries, Processing prescriptions and dispensing medication
Requirements: Minimum Qualification – License Pharmacist, Years of Experience – 2-3 years
For More Details: http://www.jobberman.com/job/398113/retail-pharmacist-in-lagos/