Posted on August 28th, 2014 No comments
Everything we do is done WEL. It is therefore in that vain that we have been able to expand the team in Ghana with one who we believe to apply all the principles of excellence that WEL express but also has a passion for all the wonderful things that God has planned for Ghana, Africa and Africans in the Diaspora.
His name is Jones Elorm and will be taking the role of Brand Executive in Ghana as we establish the company within the Ghana markets. When asked how his passions aligns with the vision of WEL, Jones responded with “I am an innovative young man with the desire to contribute to the development of the Corporate sector of my country,” after a pause he continued with “I am determined to face higher challenges and stronger competitions in an organisation that offers a genuine opportunity for growth and career development in my chosen field.”
Jones comes with a Network Configuration and Management background which allows him to posses such transferable skills as attention to detail, effective time management, ability to multi-task and problem solving with out-of-the-box solution ideas, amongst there skills. Jones’ favourite past time is fitness training wither at home or in his local gym and therefore embraces the God Made Me Fit brand and service, eagerly awaiting its launch.
We look forward to Jones doing all his jobs WEL.
Posted on April 24th, 2014 No comments
April in colour…
1st: Baroness #DoreenLawrence joins #AnnieLennox & #EmmaThompson in the Marks and Spencer ‘Leading Ladies’ campaign.
9th: Baroness Lawrence is named ‘Most Powerful Woman in Britain’ on BBC Radio 4 Game changers Powerlist.
12th: Nicola Adams MBE Olympic champion claimed another gold medal in the final of the Feliks Stamm tournament in Warsaw, Poland.
20th: Diane Louise Jordan showcases 7 inspirational composers of sacred music as part of ‘The Heart of Worship’ segment of her show, The Sunday Hour on BBC Radio 2
22nd: The world marks the 21st memorial since the murder of Stephen Lawrence, celebrating the achievements of his mother, Baroness Lawrence and those who have helped The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust in ‘Transforming lives of young disadvantaged people and making a real social change.
23rd: Lupita Nyong’o is named People Magazine’s ‘Most Beautiful Woman’ in the world.
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Posted on April 19th, 2014 No comments
Book of Ezra: Cyrus, King of Persia project manages the rebuilding of the house of God.
Stage 1: Share the vision (1:2-4)
Stage 2: Find people who God has given passion to about the vision (1:5)
Stage 3: Those invested in the vision will provide the financial resources (1:6-11)
Stage 4: Count up your human resources (2:2-65)
Stage 5: Count up the labour assistance the human resources come with (2:66-67)
Stage 6: Find investors (2:68-69)
Stage 7: Appoint Department heads (2:70)
Stage 8: Prepare everyone for the project (3:1-7)
Stage 9: Set a time to start the project (3:8-9)
Stage 10: Appoint those who will keep the morale up, even though doubters (and mourners) may arise (3:10-13)