Posts in Uganda
Maggie Kigozi: 'Know When to Let Go' and other #CEOLifeHacks

As the former CEO of Uganda Investment Authority, the #CEOLifeHacks Maggie Kigozi shared with the Uganda community of The Africa List included why it's never too late to pivot into your passion, why you need to let your team lead regardless of their level, how to prioritise at different stages of your career, and how an insatiable quest for knowledge keeps her out of complacency. 

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Morning Rituals, Career Bucket Lists and Building Winning Teams with Tullow Oil's Uganda GM #CEOLifeHacks

Jimmy Mugerwa, GM of Tullow Oil Uganda, was one of the CEOs willing to be grilled by The Africa List members in Kampala. Here are some of our favourite insights from him on how you know when you're leading well, how to make your team feel like they are winning, how he prioritises his day and what's still left on his bucket list. 

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Ian Clarke: 'Do Things You're Not Very Good At' and other #CEOLifeHacks

Ian Clarke is the Chairman of Clarke Group, a family business that's been running in Uganda for over 20 years across agribusiness, education, healthcare and hospitality. His #CEOLifeHacks cover how his leadership style has changed in the transition from CEO to Chairman, why he's afraid of mediocrity, and how he keeps his ego in check despite his accolades. 

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Joe Eshun: 'Make Impact More Important than Market Share' and other #CEOLifeHacks

Deloitte's East Africa Deputy CEO, Joe Eshun, took part in our 'CEO Lifehacks' sessions in Uganda and shared his strategies on productivity, management and leadership including why he makes all his tough calls in the first two hours of his day, how he deliberately creates opportunities for idea sharing and creative thinking in his team, when it's time to get out of the kitchen, and leading with purpose.

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Vanu Bose: How to Fundraise when You're Disrupting the Status Quo

As the son of the visionary founder of BOSE Corporation, it's unsurprising that Vanu Bose has gone on to pioneer his own technology company, Vanu Inc. He broke down with The Africa List how to compete with the incumbents when you're still a small company, why investors don't always like disruptors, and why having a good story is more important than being profitable when you're fundraising.

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