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By Ursula Fear -  As we all start to slow down, we thought it appropriate to start collating an array of really good beach reading for you. The first of a series of articles is on corporate

Nobel Peace Prize Laureates His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu have survived more than fifty years of exile and the soul-crushing violence of oppression. Despite their hardships - or, as they would

By Marius Meyer -  On 5 December 2013 South Africa and the world lost one of the greatest leaders of mankind, Nelson Mandela.   It is now three years later, and the question is whether the world

The Bersin by Deloitte Membership Program -  This document is part of the Bersin Research Library. Our research is provided exclusively to organizational members of the Bersin by Deloitte Membership Program. Member organizations have access to

By Carol Butcher -  Stop a moment to reflect – there are 86 400 seconds in a day, and it only takes two seconds to say “thank you”. When last did you say “thank you” to

By Ekow Duker -  It sounds dramatic but the war for talent is sometimes described as a “bloodbath.” Companies globally are competing fiercely for talent in areas such as social media marketing, gaming, IT, accounting and

By Agustina Mendez -  Succession management is vitally important to an organisation’s sustained success. But, to drive future strategy, you must develop a robust leadership pipeline. It is clear that succession does not go deep or

By Justin Bodill -  Retention is a term that is commonplace in any business. It is a key HR measure, and in many ways is a ‘happiness’ indicator. A high retention rate is generally viewed as

By Professor Theo Veldsman -  Travel Guide for Leadership Excellence in the newly emerging order STOP-OVER 10: LEADERSHIP UNIVERSE – ENACTING RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS At a glance The Other Sphere forms the middle sphere of the Leadership Universe. This

By Lynda Smith -  To my mind the most profound book that has been published this year is “The 100 year life – living and working in the age of longevity” by Lynda Gratton and Andrew

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