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Episodes 2018-01-17T10:29:17+00:00

Children who will not be defined by obstacles!

By | August 17th, 2018|

For very many years, we have been progressively working to enhance the elimination of discriminatory practices , challenging the roles and stereotypes that affects Inclusion, Equality, Power and Leadership. Change from the #Narratives that prevents children and youths from believing that they too can be leaders; when instilled in the lives of kids at the early age, seldom leave the mindset.For instance, amongst the very many values that are instilled in me from childhood, I have also loved watching [...]

Heritage TV London Interviews Princess Halliday on Leadership, Power, Gender Balance and Inclusion

By | August 7th, 2018|

Ready to be a #guest on Heritage TV London to speak #Leadership, #Power#Genderbalance & #Inclusion _____ Today I am interviewed by OtunbaHOO-A 71 years old British-African & renowned #Political activist/TV Host. Otunba is one man whose invite I would honor for he truly respects my presence as well as I do his. Watch this powerful  discussion!! ____ Suit : @missyempire Shoes: #vincecamuto Model😉: #princesshalliday. • • #Authenticleadership #LEADERSHIP #Power#Powersuit #Notafraidtolead#Princesshalliday #Theextraordinary

LONDON!! My Interview with Magazine Show London!

By | August 7th, 2018|

“If we begin to see things differently;open our minds, broaden our horizons, things will be entirely different”. L O N D O N Snippet from my sit down #Interview with the Magazine Show #London. I really did enjoy this interview, one of the reason is because it allowed me be my young self while speaking authentically on issues that we face daily. These are not just conversations that would pass on with the wind...These are conversation that would spur you [...]

What are your expectations of leaders? My Interview with the Magazine Show London

By | August 6th, 2018|

I am fascinated by people’s #Perspective in life and what their expectations are of #leaders. In our minds, we are too used to certain kind of look for people who speak about leadership or whom we refer to as leaders. Dark hair, big size, older, old fashioned glasses, old fashioned suits, big vocabulary, big belly, nothing flashy...just to name a few! These are the kind of looks that we have erroneously ascribed to leadership thus, our vision is blinded from [...]

HAPPY FATHER’S DAY!

By | June 19th, 2018|

Happy #Fathersday PRINCESS HALLIDAY! •For advocating for inclusion... •For praying for the spirit of discernment daily and operating with wisdom.. •For advocating for leadership balance between men & women •For educating women and men to be powerful •For protecting, providing and empowering.. •For taking initiative & going first most times.. •For sitting at the table where decisions are made with men... •For not allowing anyone to subject you or any other woman to their sexuality in conversations. •For passionately speaking [...]

LEADERS-Get educated!

By | April 12th, 2018|

The definition of insanity could mean doing something over and over and wanting a different result. A major problem I have observed in leadership and why we sometimes have stalled leadership is most leaders are content with just their position at the helm of leadership and do not seek for further professional development or education.  -A person at the helm of leadership meets a young man whose expertise is not only current, but aligned with the direction of today’s [...]

Teach your sons and daughters that women too, can be NEXT OF KINS!

By | March 31st, 2018|

As funny as this may seem, many still believe that next of kin should only be ascribed to men. Today I had a conversation with a family going through a transition. The family consists of three women and two men. The men strongly believe that their mother’s next of kin must be a man and will not involve any of the sisters. They believed their sisters had no right to any inheritance because they are female. Whilst this argument [...]

A SEAT AT THE TABLE WHERE DECISIONS ARE MADE -WITH THE MEN

By | February 22nd, 2018|

Novelist "Margret Atwood" first discussed that "we still think of a powerful man as a born leader and a powerful woman as an anomaly". This is true in so many facets! Often time, people misconstrue these statements as solely for feminist! But No! This simply indicates actual happenings in life while seeking for fine gender balance.The leadership disparity between men and women is huge.  In some countries, very few people are starting these conversation because this disparity has become [...]

MY TIME IN HARVARD!

By | February 10th, 2018|

Tbt 4 years ago! #HARVARD! Indeed I have come a long way in education! I cannot overemphasize how important it is that we strive to be educated. I believe some  of the significance of education includes teaching one to think intensively, critically, and serve as a roadmap to accomplishing our goals .I would be taken for granted very many times if I was not educated. I look back at the lives of people I have been blessed to come [...]

A letter about Africans Who Hate Themselves

By | January 26th, 2018|

After my prayers today, I dived into my personal emails. This particular email touched my heart for I am a solid believer of ONE BODY and have not been cognizant about the effect of racism. The few times I have been involved in these conversations,I always requested for more evidence, citing that words/actions must have been misinterpreted. We strive to lead by example and consistently advocate for inclusion, authentic leadership, leadership parity, power, gender balance advancement and political participation [...]

Happy New Year !!

By | January 1st, 2018|

Thank you for every bit of support I received this year ...I wish this year brings us all tranquility, so much love and happiness. Hoping love & trust will not fail me this year. In 2018, I am asking us all to take action for LEADERSHIP parity. A tad of your action will help get one woman leader closer to parity. Think about your daughters, nieces, aunties, mothers......they too deserve to be leaders: there is need for women and men [...]