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By Marius Meyer Today it is 20 years since I arrived in Johannesburg from Cape Town.  I started to unpack all my boxes after a successful move. My mother was so kind to travel with me

By Carol Butcher Recipients of deposits of R14million are generally Lotto winners, and yet incredulously Walter Sisulu University has confirmed that it erroneously deposited this amount into a NSFAS student’s account. Many question arise: how could

by Marius Meyer  Now that the process is underway to develop a leadership standard for South Africa, it is good to see that so many stakeholders have expressed an interest in participating in this historic exercise.  The

By Gavin Swanson The sheer volume of writing on Leadership is astounding. Every week brings a new book, article and research study to the fore on Leadership and Leadership Development in addition to countless sites on

"This is not a leadership conference but rather a journey about leadership, and creating a national leadership standard to guide all leaders in their daily leadership practice. It will tackle the issues of ethics, governance,

by Marius Meyer Since the SA Board for People Practices (SABPP) developed the world’s first set of national HR standards to guide HR teams in applying a consistent set of HR practices aligned to the overall goals

By Ursula Fear Last week the country was ablaze with excitement, curiosity and apprehension as Singularity University hit South African soil.  For those unfamiliar with this establishment, Singularity University is somewhat a symbol of the ‘disruptive

By Lita Currie I was a proud mom this week:  my eldest son was one of 120 learners who qualified for the school spelling bee.  So, we set off in our Sunday best on Thursday night

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Overview Learn More Programme Registration Book an Exhibition Stand [/vc_column_text][vc_single_image image="15430" img_size="full"][vc_empty_space][vc_column_text css=".vc_custom_1502951416494{padding-left: 26px !important;}"] A common platform of understanding what leadership means for South African leaders in all fields so that we can unlock the potential in South Africa’s workplace and society

By Carol Butcher Women’s month has ended on a low note. It is ironic that during Women’s Month, Zimbabwe’s First Lady, Grace Mugabe allegedly lashed out at a young woman, Gabriella Engels with an extension cord.