Our mission is to develop godly and skilled servant leaders for Africa's workplace in the context of community.—Cameroon is our first community outreach.
We are an African led, Christian non-profit organization which exist to develop ambitious and dynamic university students and young professionals in a discipleship community in Africa, to be godly servant leaders and a valuable asset in the workplace and community. Leaders who transform their community with integrity and professional excellence for God's glory. Our first community is in Cameroon.
Operating as usual
Procrastination, the thief of time.
As a continuation of our module on time Management, our focus was on Procrastination which is the act of delaying or putting off tasks until the last minute, or past their deadline. It is very important to answer this question is “why do people Procrastinate?
When posed with this question, among the servant leaders who shared their views as to why they procrastinate, Bongkin Hilarry Ali said “I procrastinate because I feel I’ve got enough time’ Ndong Dieudonne F***h said “I feel no pressure’ Erick and many other servant leaders had laziness a common reason as to why they Procrastinate.
Procrastination is a theft of time and the grave into which opportunities are buried. To overcome Procrastination, you have to do the following, ask for advice, remove distractions, and delegate your work clear deadlines and many others.
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At C-Life, It is always an honour for us to celebrate our Servant Leaders. Today happens to be one of those special days .
As long as you work hard and never stop believing in yourself, the entire C-Life team wishes you the best of luck and success in all you do.
Happy birthday Sylvia Nsom
Our Servant Leaders are trained to see work as an art of Worship. That is to be committed to living a lifestyle of honouring God through their work by living a life of service. That is why you see them serving their communities Selflessly.
#CLife #itsalifestyle #servantleadership #communityservice #Yaounde #Cameroon
It is very common today to hear people say most especially in Pidgin English “I no get time, na black man time” There is nothing like a black man time. This issue of black man time has made many people go late for events and programs and some have even missed great opportunities.
To do away with this attitude, C-Life saw the need of adding time Management as part of our modules at the Servant Leadership Fellowship Program. We want to raise a new breed of leaders for the African Marketplace who will respect and stick to time.
No one can manage time per se because you can’t stop time. Time management is all about the process of organizing and planning how to divide your time between specific activities. Good time management enables you to work smarter not harder so that you get more done in less time, even when time is tight and pressures are high.
To effectively do this, you need to set SMART goals. As a take-home message, the servant Leaders were made to understand that effective time management goes with prioritizing of goal while using the Pareto role of 80/20.
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On his Birthday, we joined him in thanking God for grace,protection,good health and we equally prayed for continues protection as he enters into his new age.
Again,Happy Birthday Ndakwa Gerald
At C-Life. we Celebrate our own. We believe in a community lifestyle where one person's success is our success and vice-versa. Recognizing that failure to be part of the process, we had the opportunity to celebrate 5 of our Servant leaders and 2 Alumni who performed Brilliantly in their exams both at the HND and at the Bachelor's level backing home a couple of awards.
All these 7 Servant Leaders who graduated from our partner institution Exhist Yaounde are well-equipped nurses with a Medical Laboratory scientist for the job market. With the quality of training they have received from C-Life and their school, we know what they can offer.
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It was an unusual session yesterday as the servant Leaders we addressed by the CEO and Founder of C-Life Cameroon Sheila Etonga Ngol'esueh. As the chief Servant Leader who loves and believes in the power of storytelling especially when you tell your own story. With her beaming, bright and Cheerful smiles over her, one could depict a happy and proud mother who was happy to meet her children.
She began her talk by telling her I love Africa story which was characterized by the experiences she has been through as a servant of God and a leader and how the C-Life Vision was birth when she was on a mission to South Sudan. She further laid emphasis on the work we do here at C-Life and how beneficial it is to them as individuals, their families, communities, Cameroon, Africa and the world at large.
To end her interactive session with the servant Leaders, She stressed on the Importance of belonging to a community of like mind people as we call it in C-Life, “LIFE GROUPS” which means group for life. In her words, “It’s Thanks to her Life Group members that C-Life came into existence”.
The Servant Leaders being as excited as they were, went home with this key message; you are the Leaders of today and the Future of Cameroon and Africa. Your Integrity is your Greatest Asset. Be a woman or a man of integrity.
#CLife #itsalifestyle #servantleadership #Cameroon #communityservice #integrity
Plastic Pollution continues to pose a serious threat to our environment especially on land and to aquatic life. Over the years, the rate of plastic pollution in towns and cities has and continues to be in a rapid increase.
Examples include Plastic bottles, Plastic bags (polythene). Plastic pollution can afflict land, waterways and oceans. It is estimated that 1.1 to 8.8 million tonnes of plastic waste enter the ocean from coastal communities each year
These plastics are none biodegradable thus pose serious to land, Animal and aquatic animals as well. When burnt, we are pruned to another form of pollution (Air Pollution) as releases toxic gases like dioxins, furans, mercury and polychlorinated biphenyls (better known as BCPs) into the atmosphere, and poses a threat to vegetation, and human and animal health. ... Burning plastic also releases black carbon (soot), which contributes to climate change and air pollution.
The Good news is that the plastics can be reused or recycled into beautiful Mats and rugs made from recycled materials, Recycled plastic building materials and outdoor furniture and the list goes on and on...
In a bit to safe Planet Earth from plastic pollution, our servant Leaders Join an initiative from Closed-Loop System Ventures called Game Changers and A plastic recalling company called Namé
to clean some major treats in the city of Yaoundé.
#CLife #itsalifestyle #servantleadership #Yaounde #Cameroon #communityservice #notoplasticpollution
Many People think that LinkedIn is just another social media platform, like Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and thus tend to pay little attention to it. During our second phase of the digital Technology class, more attention was given to LinkedIn where Servant Leaders had to create the Accounts that will help them connect to thought leaders in their respective industries.
For those who think LinkedIn is just another social media, it is quite the opposite. LinkedIn offers plenty of opportunities for those on the job market, helping them form connections, keep track of businesses and events, and even have the job-seeking done for them.
LinkedIn will help you find a job faster because most hiring managers and recruiters are already using it. A whopping 87% of recruiters find LinkedIn to be the most effective when vetting candidates during the hiring process – especially those under 45 (90%)
A well written LinkedIn profile will give you credibility and will establish you as a trustworthy potential employee. Every time a recruiter contacts you, you can be sure that they’ve looked at your profile. Your LinkedIn profile will act as a validator in that you are a real person, and not someone whose CV or resume is too good to be true.
#CLife #itsalifestyle #servantleadership #Cameroon #Yaounde
Kuma Mary Patience Kumaand Ngum Mafor Fru are wishing you a Happy and Productive Weekend.
At C-Life, Our vision is to see " African Leaders transforming their own communities with Integrity and Professional Excellence for God's glory".
We Smile as we see them do this by rendering selfless services to their various communities in different ways all in a bit to put smiles on peoples faces.
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As a job seeker, an Entrepreneur or a Professional, one of the things that can set you apart and make you gain attention is your Elevator pitch. You can use your pitch to prepare for an interview, you’ll be asked to provide a summary of who you are, your background and what you want from your next job.
A good elevator pitch is important because it’s an effective way to demonstrate your professional aptitude, strengths and skills. An elevator pitch is also useful in multiple situations which makes it especially valuable. If possible, you should always have some talking points about yourself prepared (so you’re ready to take advantage of unexpected opportunities), but an elevator pitch is particularly helpful during a job search.
As a way of ending the module on Personal Branding, Our servant Leaders spent the last Minutes of the Session yesterday drafting their elevator pitches. As a take-home, Note that “Whether you are actively looking for a new job or simply interested in meeting new people, you can use your elevator pitch during professional events to build your network.
You might be pleasantly surprised to find that someone has advice, helpful connections or an interesting opportunity for you based on the experience and passion you mention in your pitch. On the other hand, you may be able to help someone else in their career after sharing your pitch if you have an experience they’re looking to gain.
For Example, A good elevator Pitch reads " I'm Charles, a sales representative at Trust Light Cable Network Inc. We help hotels and Homes across Africa and Cameroon pair with the perfect cable providers and plan for their region and needs. With regional experts assigned to each account, we help hotels identify the most cost-effective and guest-delighting cable plan for them. On average, we're able to save hotels up to 25% on their annual cable bills."
Enjoy the Solemn Moment of our training
Understanding your Y factor is pivotal to designing a career plan that connects with your values, passions and purpose. When you’re living in alignment with your values and integrating your passions into what you do, you are excited, engaged and totally unstoppable.
Our second session on Personal Branding was focused on Understanding the Y factor. This session was one of its kind as Servant Leaders had to spend some solemn minutes to meditate and pen down concrete actions they will take to align their career plans with their passion and values.
#CLife #ItsALifestyle #servantleadership #personalbranding #Cameroon #Yaounde
A Personal Brand is the perception or emotions mentioned by someone else as a result of their experience with you. As Jeff Bezos will eloquently put it,” your personal brand is what people say about you when you are not in the room.
In our session on Personal Branding, Solomon-Ray the trainer made the Servant Leaders understand that they can’t control what people say about them but can influence it.
To crown it all for the first Session, the trainer a take-home message caused them to know that a personal brand is not about You the person, not popularity, publicity celebrity it is all about the image people have about you when you are not there.
A brand must be Authentic, Clear with values, passion and delivery. A good personal brand comes with lots of advantages such; Leads to promotion, you became a resource to others, people are happy and ready to mentor you.
You need to build your brand.
#CLife #itsalifestyle #servantleadership #Yaounde #Cameroon #PersonalBranding #personalbrand
We leave you with these questions.
Where do plastics come from?
When you deposit it anywhere and anyhow, where do you think they go to?
We need to stop plastic pollution and devise means of reusing it. Thank you the Game Changers, and Gerald N Ndakwah for taking time off your tight schedule to changing the game.
#CLife #itsalifestyle #servantleadership #noplasticwaste
We Wish You a happy and productive weekend
We Wish You a happy and productive weekend
Cohort 11 community Services in Pictures
Have you wondered why after being called up for an interview you are never called back to begin work which the dream of every job seeker is? This post is for you. The recruitment process from applications review, interview sessions conducting the final selection is very psychological and full of perception.
The way you behave, talk and act during this crucial process, leave the recruiter with a perception of you. It is very important to master certain things as you prepare for an interview session because what may keep you on top of the game are little things that others may ignore such as; your body language, your personality quirks, how you carry yourself, and your overall behaviour. Punctuality is a trait that many employers appreciate in their employees. It is indicative of the candidate’s consciousness when it comes to schedules and his overall time management skills. Before entering the room, turn your cell phone off. And the list goes on…
To end the module on corporate etiquettes, Yesterday’s session was aimed at teaching Servant Leaders how to behave while in the corporate world. It cuts across many aspects such as how to behave during meetings, Email etiquettes and phone etiquettes.
The Business world is full of competition so you must make sure you do the right thing in order to stay on top of the game.
#CLife #itsalifestyle #servantleadership #value #Cameroon #Yaounde
It is common to hear people in the neighbourhood through slang such as ‘this quarter over dirty, poor drainage etc.’ but the question is; what are you doing to remedy the situation?
Today, we present you a group of Young Leaders called “The overcomers” who have decided to overcome their fears by going out to serve their communities with examples.
The Etoug-Ebe neighbourhood is one of the most populated and negated neighbourhoods in the Yaoundé 6 Municipality with pots holes, poor refuge disposing sites and poor drainage.
To chip in their contribution to promote good living conditions and cleanliness, they spent about 4 hours off their very busy schedule to clear, carry the grass, leaned the drainage system by clearing and redirecting the gutters in a small quarter called yogam City Street.
Our encouragement is that we need to contribute to the cleanliness of our neighbourhood, be responsible enough to take action rather than sit and wait on the Council or government to the work for you.
#CLife #servantleadership #itsalifestyle #Cameroon #value #yaounde
For many people today, the word ‘etiquette’ dates back to the days of old when gentlemen wore hats and ladies kept their hands covered by white gloves in the Western world. Etiquette in the African context refers to a set of rules you need to follow wile in the midst of people especially elders for example ,’’ Never use your left hand when giving gifts to Africans.”
Today most people especially youths, think this is an old way of doing things in a world controlled by Fashion but nothing could be further from the truth. Etiquette is just as relevant today as it was in the days of old – perhaps even more so, as we live in a world where technological globalisation has seen our daily interactions surpass geographical boundaries and move beyond face-to-face communication.
In our session yesterday on Corporate Etiquette, Miss Cleopatra Ngwain C-Life’s operations manager made the servant Leaders to understand that respect, kindness and consideration sits at the very heart of modern etiquette and these principles should inform our conduct and behaviour at all times. Treating others with courtesy, kindness and respect is vital if you want to succeed in today’s competitive world.
As a business person, Business etiquette is important because it creates a professional, mutually respectful atmosphere and improves communication, which helps an office serve as a productive place. People feel better about their jobs when they feel respected, and that translates into better customer relationships as well.
#CLife #itsalifestyle #servantleadership #value #Cameroon #Yaounde #corporateettiquete
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