• December 8th, 2018
  • Posted by athanne

Generation Y and the Workplace in Kenya

Generation Y and the Workplace in Kenya play a very important role in the development of the country’s economy in this era. They were born in the mid nineteen eighties and later. With their numbers estimated to be as high as seventy million worldwide, they can easily be said to be the fastest growing segment of today’s workforce. Generation Y legal professionals are in their twenties.  As law firms compete for available talent, employers cannot ignore the needs, desires and attitudes of this vast generation.

Characteristics of Generation Y and the Workplace in Kenya in Kenya

Some of the common characteristics that define Generation Y and the Workplace in Kenya are:

  • Attention Craving
  • Family Centric
  • Achievement Oriented
  • Team Oriented
  • Technology Savvy

Attention-Craving as a Characteristic of Generation Y and the Workplace in Kenya

One of the characteristics of Generation Y and the Workplace in Kenya is to crave for attention in the forms of feedback and guidance. They appreciate being kept in the loop and seek frequent praise and reassurance. Generation Y in Kenya may benefit greatly from mentors who can help guide and develop their young careers.

  • December 7th, 2018
  • Posted by athanne


The Mystery of Christ is portrayed in the Bible beginning from Genesis to revelation.  In the Old Testament there are many fore- shadows of Christ which I will discuss in details.  People believed in the coming of the messiah/ Christ and thus received salvation.   The book of Mathew 16: 13-20 exposes that Jesus is the Christ whom all people had been waiting for since the fall of man in the Garden of Eden as we read in Genesis3:1-6.

The title Christ in the New Testament and Messiah in the Old Testament means the anointed one of God.   Three kinds of people were anointed in the Old Testament, to set them apart for their separate duties.  These were Prophets, Priests and Kings.  The role of Prophets was to show people the way to be reconciled back to God.  The role of Priests was to offer blood sacrifice to cover the sins of people where as the role of Kings was to destroy another kingdom and to rule.

Christ as the true Prophet declared in John 14:6, “I am the way the truth and the life. No one comes to the father except through me.  As the True Priest, Christ shed all his blood on the cross to solve the problem of sin and as the true King, Christ destroyed the Kingdom of Satan when he died on the cross and rose from the dead. Business Training in Kenya offers more.

Christ seen in the Old Testament


  • December 7th, 2018
  • Posted by athanne

Communication Internships

Communication Internships are learning related to work which provide opportunities to students, graduates and also those people who change careers so as to acquire knowledge and important skills in a career related field. Internships can be both full time and part time depending on the foundations laid down; it can also be paid or unpaid. Communication Internships are found in broad categories and in different places such as magazines, media, institutional writing and career resources. Business Training in Kenya has more articles.

Importance of Communication Internships to an organization

Communication Internships helps to provide one will skills that facilitate efficiency distribution of information and creating data and resources to different interior and exterior parties. Communication Internships will also help an individual to develop and become an expert in writing and use communication effectively as well as increase readership and confidence effectively. It also provides a real world experience for one to get knowledge in a specific field of specializations and career field. Students or adults who are interested in getting an experience in a particular field of career are able to get exposure to determine if they are able to work in the same field perfectly. Communication Internships provide interns with networking opportunities. Communication Internships trainees are able to meet with company managers, executives and prospect colleagues. It also secures a job after internship either the same place or another place through the contacts one makes

 How can one secure a Communication Internships

Communication Internships can be secured by checking in the websites be connected with different companies. On should do internships without expecting any payment. Many companies employ someone who has first completed Communication Internships. For one to get Communication Internships it is good to keep in touch with the world ideas and apply always in internships offered in the media.

Advantages of international communication internships

  • December 6th, 2018
  • Posted by athanne

Teleological Theories and Ethics

Teleology in Teleological Theories and Ethics is mapped from two Greek words; ‘Teleos, meaning ‘the end result’ and ‘Logos’ which means theory/discourse/science in Teleological Theories and Ethics. Teleology in Teleological Theories and Ethics therefore means the science of theory.

Teleological theories are therefore theories that assert that the rightness or wrongness of an act, rule or policy depends on the results or consequences. There are two types of teleological theories in Teleological Theories and Ethics:-

  • Ethical egoism
  • Utilitarianism

Ethical Egoism in Teleological Theories and Ethics

This is of the view that a person should act and maximize his/her own good/benefit. According to Mappes, ethical egoism in Teleological Theories and Ethics states that ‘a person ought to act so as to promote his/her own self interest.’ An act in Teleological Theories and Ethics is therefore morally right when, compared to an alternative, its consequences are such as to generate the greatest balance of good over evil for that particular agent.

In Teleological Theories and Ethics, acting ethically requires that human beings act in their own selfish interest and maximize the benefit for themselves. Ethical egoism in Teleological Theories and Ethics is said to be derived from the nature of human beings, i.e. selfish. According to Frankena, psychological egoism in Teleological Theories and Ethics states that ‘human beings are by nature selfish and are only interested in their own good.

The problem we have with ethical egoism in Teleological Theories and Ethics is that it trends to go against the spirit of morality, that is, to do away with selfishness.