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By David Cohen -  Performance management is on the way out. In its place, “Agile Performance” Improvement is on the way in. Agile Performance Improvement calls for frequent and ongoing conversations between manager and direct report, eliminating

By Carol Butcher -  Retired former Chief Executive of McCarthy Limited, Brand Pretorius has made it his mission in life to try to improve the quality of leadership in South Africa based on the lessons he

As we start getting into the swing of things and hope that 2017 is going to be a good year, the realities of the new year have come knocking on our doors with an almighty

By Camilla Pennington -  According to the 2016 South African Graduate Employer’s Association (SAGEA) Candidate Insights survey of 2 052 new or future employees from 108 South African organisations, 85% of candidates feel that an employer’s

Our desire to attract and recruit Game Changers is increasing. That's because they can use the chaos of rapid change and advancement to fuel organisation competitiveness and success. Game Changers drive innovation. We need innovation

By Barbara Walsh -  There is some debate as to who the coach is primarily responsible to in executive coaching relationships; is it the coachee, or the organization which pays the bill? Who precisely is the

For the last two decades, PwC has asked business leaders everywhere about the trends reshaping business and society. As we mark the 20th year of our annual CEO survey, we’ve observed just how much the

By Carol Butcher -  Africa, slumbering giant. How we long for Africa to wake-up, to hear the lion roar – I am great, I am world-class, I have achieved my full potential. Africa’s wealth does not lie

By Carol Butcher -  It is fascinating to read stories about South Africa’s top matriculants -  what is even more fascinating is the fact that their recipe for success is very often very different from the

By Justin Bodill -  For the first time in history, we have 5 different generations reflected in the global workforce. Namely: Traditionalists: born 1945 and before Baby Boomers: born 1946 to 1964 Generation X: born 1965

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