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By Ursula Fear -    The workplace today is tough – business usual has become business unusual. In fact, the term VUCA is increasingly being used to describe the world in which leaders and organisations have to

So what exactly is success? Is it driving a fancy car, living in a palace, spending inordinate amounts on ‘things’? Perhaps it’s a title? I remember driving home one night, almost 20 years ago, from

By Marius Meyer -  South Africa was faced with a spate of racism cases throughout the year.  It started in January with the racist facebook post of an estate agent in Durban. In other cases employees were

How to lead in complicated times? That’s the question all CEOs are seeking to answer at a time of prolonged and continuing uncertainty. As they look forward to the year ahead CEOs are less confident about

The Mo Ibrahim Foundation (MIF) was established in 2006 with a focus on the critical importance of leadership and governance in Africa. By providing tools to support progress in leadership and governance, the Foundation aims to promote meaningful change on

By Giuli Osso - Whilst most of us could never see ourselves taking those massive risks that true entrepreneurs have taken – risking everything they have and often failing many times before succeeding - at

The CIPD is the professional body for HR and people development. The not-for-profit organisation champions better work and working lives and has been setting the benchmark for excellence in people and organisation development for more than 100 years. It has

This report draws on input from the 5,247 C-suite executives (CxOs) who participated in our latest C-suite Study – the eighteenth in the ongoing series of CxO studies conducted by the IBM Institute for Business

Deloitte’s 2015 Global Human Capital Trends report is a leadership guide to the new thinking required to navigate the demands of the new world of work. To meet these challenges, many companies must reinvent their Human Resources

I am tired everyone… I am tired of parents phoning me in tears about their child’s progress. I am tired of hearing of children as young as 7 being diagnosed with anxiety and stress related disorders.

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