By Thembela Njenga -
In spite of advances towards integrating women in corporate leadership, the workplace continues to be a very hostile place for many women.
More often, women are expected to forget who they are and their
By Sammy Njenga -
The challenge of leadership in our rapidly changing and complex context has been aptly described as "building a skyscraper on a moving conveyor belt".
The external context in which organizations operate is in constant
By Sugan Naidoo -
Leaders are mentors who demonstrate personal pledge to the values and goals of their organizations. Furthermore, leaders have the ability to create a compelling vision and achieve the enthusiasm and personal commitment of
By Sarah Babb -
Something does not match up; something does not line up. Companies espouse a leadership culture and values, and yet the experience of leadership in the company does not align with this.
The South African Management Index 2015 / 2016 is the third report since USB Executive Development (USB-ED) launched the survey in 2013. Since then, the survey has provided valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities facing South African
By Lee Naik -
If governments and businesses can double the pace at which women become digitally fluent, we could reach gender equality in the workplace by 2040 in developed nations and by 2060 in developing nations.
By Brent Cairns -
Companies are investing in the tools and technologies they need to keep pace with constant change in the digital era.
But to achieve their ambitious goals, leaders are refocusing on an often overlooked factor: