Monday, October 16, 2017

See The One Thing That Most NPower Volunteers Have In Common

We did some research and find out that NPower Volunteers both the Beneficiaries and applicants have one thing in common which is "IMPATIENCE"

WHAT IS IMPATIENCE:
Impatience can simply be the act of getting annoyed or irritated by something especially when you have to wait for a longer time.

When you read through most of the NPower Volunteers Comments and post on social media, you will discover that most of them are anxious about one thing or the other which is sometime normal in certain circumstances when you are expecting something.

Applicants are anxious to see the 2017 lists released while beneficiaries are anxious about device collection.

Impatience can lead to:
  • Restlessness
  • Frustration
  • Agitation
  • Nervousness
  • Eagerness
  • Greed
  • Annoyance
  • Dissatisfaction etc

However is very important that people should always inculcate the habit of having PATIENCE  in an event or programme such as NPower which needed time to be properly organize because of the large number of participants.

WHAT IS PATIENCE:
Patient: is the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, problem without becoming annoyed or anxious.

NPower have tried in making sure that volunteers understand the need why it is very important to inculcate the habit of having patient in this programme. They have  tried to explained reasons why beneficiary has to wait for long.

According to NPower, as regard to  the 2017 application thoroughness  and transparency about the process of preselection has to be observed because of the large number of applicants who wrote the assessment test.

In terms of device collection, beneficiaries have to wait longer because, some device distribution centre have the capacity to distribute 50 to 100 devices a day which might make distribution slower. So therefore patient is needed in NPower Programme.

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