I had the privilege of doing my MBA at INSEAD. I am honoured that this month I am featured in the alumni magazine. Today I share this article to encourage every young business woman trying to make a life and build a career. I also share it with all the young men who will be
What do you talk about when you meet a class of post-graduate mathematical science students? That was the question that played on my mind when I was invited to spend an evening with the students at the African Institute of Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) in Rwanda.
Sometimes we are mentored by one single statement that makes a lasting impression. Many years ago I had a school mate called Miss F. It was not until I made friends with another lady called Miss G that I would get to know Miss F much better. Through Miss G I got to know Miss
As I explained in my previous article in this series the last time I visited Rwanda was in 2009. In 2009 I was greeted by a pristine city upon arrival in Kigali. It was not only pristine but also well-organized. As a business person, I was particularly taken by the clarity and transparency of business
I recently had the privilege of visiting Rwanda for a second time. The last time I visited was in 2009. On this visit I had the unique privilege of visiting some wonderful places in Rwanda which I will be sharing in a series of articles. One of these was the Gashora Girls Academy in Rwanda.
Lucy Quist has been honoured at the maiden Ghana Legacy Awards, alongside 6 other distinguished Ghanaians, for her extraordinary leadership and impact in Corporate Ghana and for her exceptional ability to transform businesses for growth and positive reputation even in the most challenging situations.
My son recently attended a leadership development workshop. When he returned I asked him what the most important lesson of Leadership was from his day away. He thought for a moment and said ‘Resilience! I learnt that to succeed as a leader I need to be resilient’. For a day’s work I thought that was
Earlier this month Lucy joined the global meeting of telecom leaders at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona where she got the opportunity to explore emerging technology in the industry and interacted with key stakeholders in the international telecom space.
“I don’t believe there’s a glass ceiling, I think that the limitations that particularly women place on themselves are our own mindsets. We haven’t been blessed any less than any human being… But when we decide that we are less capable then we become less capable.” Lucy partook in various events to celebrate Women