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Working in Nigeria

Adefunke Onafuye brings you conversation on the dynamics of working in Nigeria, both from employer and employee perspectives.

2020-07-06 13:58:30.0

Asking For A Raise

Everyone needs more money that doesn’t require more work. Is that real life though? Not really. Hear Adefunke out on this episode about asking for a raise- what to do/not do. Fun fact: this episode was inspired by a movie scene.

2020-07-06 13:48:12.0

Learning

Learning is unending. You go to school and you get a job, but you still need more knowledge to grow at work.  On this episode, Adefunke shares how to manage work + study, how to choose what to study and how to make sure you see it through. 

2020-06-12 13:18:23.0

Keeping Track on your Professional Achievements

Many careers are unplanned and people can’t identify paths or decide what’s next for them. This week, Adefunke talks about career trajectories, pivoting, and growth. If you feel stuck because you want to grow but don’t know-how, this is for you.

2020-06-01 13:05:32.0

Before, Now and After; Working Remotely, Yay or Nay?

Lagos is an exhausting place to live in and restrictions make things worse. Adefunke has suggestions on how to work around it.

2020-06-01 13:03:40.0

Can You be Trusted Working Remotely?

Adefunke talks about what to expect post-COVID and how work may or may not change in Nigeria.

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