St Dorcas Leadership Seminary

St Dorcas Leadership Seminary

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I am what God says I am

Christian education The home school where learning is centered in bible teachings and christian leadership

Operating as usual

18/04/2019

What do you remember and Miss about this school?

12/02/2019

Rest In Peace #Dady

09/02/2019

R.I.P founder of ST Dorcas schools, #GodwinMosha. Your impact will never be forgotten. You will always be an Inspiration and we will forever be grateful for what you have impacted in our lives today. You will always be remembered

04/05/2018

Italk Network

The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today.
#iTalk2u

15/01/2018

Who remembers the Prayer house?😂😂😂 What do you remember about this place?? Kizwalo Simbila Jr. is asking😂😂😂😂

28/01/2017

R.I.P ALBERT JOHN MASEGESE.

Alikua mwanafunzi wa St. Dorcas Leadership seminary na kwenda kusoma diploma katika chuo kikuu cha LOVELY PROFESSIONAL UNIVERSITY -PUNJAB INDIA.

Tukio hili, limejitokeza usiku wa kuamkia leo,majira ya saa nane usiku,alipo anguka kutoka ghorofa ya nne hadi chini, kwenye apartment wanapopanga wanafunzi nje kidogo ya hostel za chuo.

Marehemu alichukuliwa na kupelekwa hospitali akiwa tayari amefariki.

Pamoja na uzito wa Msiba huu,mama mzazi umemkuta ktk wakati mgumu sana,kwani mama yake mzazi (bibi wa marehemu) yupo ICU-KCMC akimuuguza,na Baba wa Marehemu alikwishatangulia mbele za haki,hata hivyo marehemu kazaliwa ktk tumbo la watoto wawili, yaani yeye na dada yake tu.

Ninachukua Fursa hii Kutoa pole tena kwa Wazazi wa Albert ,wazazi na wanafunzi, kwani kipindi hiki tunatakiwa kuwa na subira,na nikigumu kwetu sote,Mungu ailaze roho ya ALBERT mahali pema peponi.

07/01/2017

Meet a Tanzanian secondary school student who has made a robot that can lift things. A seed from St Dorcas Leadership Seminary

10/12/2015

We loved you but God loved you more.We will always remeber you Hellen Kasusura.
Still dont believe that youare gone.

#REST IN PEACE HELLEN KASUSURA. May your soul rest in peace

11/11/2015

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13/09/2015

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13/09/2015

2015 Graduantes;

Congrats! Four years of secondary is now history. But remember, a person who graduates today and stops learning tomorrow is uneducated the day after. So when you leave, don't forget this quote and why you came here.

The purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows. Now you achieved your goals and will have a bright, promising career as a (proffesion). In my message I just can't tell you how proud I am of you today, dear Brother & Sisters! Congratulations and Best Wishes on your exams!
Says Kizwalo Simbila.

13/01/2015

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29/11/2014

Teki Farm

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18/09/2014

Yeshua

This is a bible prophecy proving we're living in the end times.

26/08/2014

I always say teaching is not a profession, the reason why we all look ignorant and careless is a reflection of what our society taught us both at school and at home. We can never have a better future without a present, a present that is filled with inspirational people like the one who wrote this latter

This headteacher's letter to year 6 students at Barrowford Primary School in Lancashire has become an internet sensation

11/12/2013

Form four 2013

21/11/2013

Fema TV Show -1003: Bullying in schools Dodoma Tanzania

Kutana na vijana mchachari kutoka City High School Fema Club, wakipambanua kwa kina ni jinsi gani uonevu mashuleni umekuwa ukiadhiri uwezo wa mwanafunzi kima...

04/07/2013

Inside East Africa

3 Signs You're Meant to Be a Leader

Reading leadership literature (including this column), you’d sometimes think that it was written in the stars that everyone has the potential to be an effective leader.

I don't believe that to be true. In fact, I see way fewer truly effective leaders than I see people stuck in positions of leadership who are woefully incompetent at worst and seriously misguided about their own abilities at best.

Part of the reason this happens is a lack of honest self-assessment by those who aspire to leadership in the first place. And so, in the interest of increasing the quality of next-generation leadership, I give you this simple three-point self-assessment tool.

To paraphrase a certain comedian, “you might be a potential leader if…”

You lead only when you have to, not all the time. We've all met the type of individual who simply must take charge. Whether it’s a strategic brainstorming session, a pick-up basketball game, or a family outing, they can’t help grabbing the lead dog position and clinging on to it for dear life.

Always opinionated, usually impatient and frequently brusque, these gotta-be-in-fronters get so used to other people describing them as natural born leaders that sooner or later–to their own and everyone else’s detriment–they begin to believe it.

Truth is, they're most always nothing of the sort. True leaders don't presume that it’s their divine right to take charge every time two or more people get together. Quite the opposite. A great leader will assess each situation on it’s merits, and will only take charge when their position, the situation, and/or the needs of the moment demand it.

Oh, and if you read that last paragraph with a sneaking belief that in most situations you are the right person to take charge, you're most likely a gotta-be-in-fronter, not a leader.

You see much more than you do. Many business executives confuse leadership with action. These Tasmanian Devils believe that constant motion somehow generates leadership as a byproduct. Consequently, the more ambitious they are for a leadership role, the more furious their momentum becomes.

Leaving us mere mortals in their wake, the Tasmanian Devil works harder, faster, longer than everyone else. Faced with any situation that can't be solved by the sheer brute force of activity, they generate a dust cloud of impatience. Their one leadership tool is volume: if they think you aren’t working as hard as they are–or as hard as they think you should–their demands become increasingly louder and more strident.

You'd think that such a blunt, one-club-fits-all mentality would preclude our action-at-all-costs executive from attaining any degree of seniority in a mature organization, but you'd be wrong. Sadly, many organizations, some of them Fortune 100 companies, encourage just such a chest-beating, fire-aim-ready definition of leadership.

True leaders understand the value of action, of course, but it isn't their only tool. In fact, it isn't even their primary tool. Great leaders see more than everyone else: answers, solutions, patterns, problems, opportunities, threats. They know it’s vitally important to do, but they also know that thinking, understanding, contemplation and interpretation are equally important.

You change people. They achieve outcomes. Executive A hits his targets and burns out his team in the process. Executive B builds a great team, but they miss their goal. Which is the better leader?

It’s a false dichotomy, and sadly, one that I see in organizations all the time. A true leader is option C: someone who develops his or her team so that they can and do hit their targets, achieve their goals.

If you're fixated on outcomes to the extent that you manipulate and bully others to achieve those outcomes (I know, you call it motivation–it isn't), then you aren't leading at all, you're dictating. And don't think this means that being a door mat is leadership either (we talked about the destructive nature of needing to be liked here). True leadership means building strong, capable teams that are goal- achievement-oriented.

22/02/2013

Joti

Imenifurahisha sana hii katuni

21/02/2013

Tanzagiza

03/02/2013

Wanafunzi wa k**e watumia mtandao kujiuza

mwananchi.co.tz PENGINE haya tunaweza kuyaweka kwenye kundi la madhara yatokanayo na utandawazi. Mitandao ya kijamii ipo inayowasaidia wanafunzi katika masomo yao na kazi, lakini wengine wanatumia mitandao hiyo visivyo

[01/13/13]   From trusted source Mr Mosha is serious ill he can't even speak. If you happen to have a sec plz pray 4 him and his family

12/01/2013

Joel Osteen Ministries

Don’t focus on where you are today; keep a positive vision and see yourself accomplishing your goal and fulfilling your destiny.

07/01/2013

Entertainment Field-The joy of Laughing

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words of wisdom

true...

07/01/2013

Joel Osteen Ministries

Every enemy in your life has already been defeated, and you have power over all of them. The same power that raised Christ from the dead is inside of you.

06/01/2013

Entertainment Field-The joy of Laughing

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no more slave or addicted...

30/12/2012

Entertainment Field-The joy of Laughing

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words of wisdom

be inspired...

[12/20/12]   Ni kitu gani kinachokufanya uikumbuke St dorcass ?

19/12/2012

TB Joshua Ministries

THE BEST INFLUENCE
The major reason why many fail today is because they look to others for how to behave, how to act, etc. Those who look to others for what to say, what to do and how to behave - circumstances dictate their direction. The greater challenges we face today is that we are tempted to look to others for solution. If only you have an independent mind, a mind of God that will speak for itself, you will not copy others or look to others for direction. When you look to others for an answer, you will not make a difference in your world. Man has the ability to lead; the Holy Spirit leads as He wills. The Holy Spirit is the best influence. Allow the One who created you to influence you in everything you do.

19/12/2012

Samsug Galaxy Users

In Salvador Brazil a boy was asked do you have any dreams?
The boy replied:no you cant have any here.
and these question were raised
How much is the human body worth?
How much is the innocence of the child worth?
How much is an individual of 5,3,or 4 years old worth socially?
Who is going to save the lost life hood of the teenager?
Today over two million children are forced into prostitution in order to feed themselves and their family.
We need to develop a sense of consumption, a sense of needs, a sense of why, This will make us act consciously and intervene to situation that needs us.

16/12/2012

ANGELA CHIBALONZA-KAA NAMI

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16/12/2012

Entertainment Field-The joy of Laughing

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and GOD smiled...

13/12/2012

Entertainment Field-The joy of Laughing

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one more... !!!

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