Nasreen Variyawa was born and raised in South Africa where she completed her Post-Graduate Diploma in Education Leadership and Management from Regent Business School. Most followers would know her as a trainer, coach and mentor. Having worked at some of South Africa’s biggest education and training brands, Nasreen has touched thousands of lives through her work and learning material. After spending 10 years in the trenches, she swapped life in suits and stilettos for the classroom and chalkboard, wander-lusting through Turkey where she now resides and teaches English as a Second Language. Nasreen is also a graduate from Ledge International where she pursued a Mastermind Programme in the 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership by John C Maxwell. She is the author of 2 books and hit the # best sellers list on Amazon recently for Ignite the Champion Within and Inspire Others to Begin.
Take a look at the average woman in business. At the very least she’s knowledgeable, competent, strategic, communicative, passionate, well dressed, confident and driven. These are all terrific qualities to have and it’s the reason she’s a force to reckon with in business. Yet, if you pried into the life of the same woman and found out that she may be experiencing marital problems or has gone through a divorce, you might actually find that in this area of her life, she’s been less of a leader than she actually should be. In this article, we explore how the 5 C’s of Leadership can be applied best to separation and divorce and how women can use it to come out of the rut, in the absence of proper support from family and friends.
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