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by Lerato Nxomani   I recently watched a movie where the main character’s place of work had been acquired and the new owners wanted a complete overhaul of the organisation – to be more relevant, engaging, cutting-edge

by Kathy Mann At the end of last year, my husband and I made what was for our family, a drastic move: we changed schools for our two daughters, now aged six and nine. Our family

By Camilla Pennington When asked what pressing issues keep CEO’s awake at night 38% of the 1 291 CEOs from 85 countries surveyed in PwC’s 21st annual global CEO survey indicated that the availability of key

by Belinda Carreira Eudaimonia is a Greek word meaning “human flourishing’ – a contented state of being happy, healthy and prosperous. Now isn’t this where we all want to be? To me, being human is the greatest

by Kerryn Kohl Building teams that are self-directed, agile, and empowered is critical to power the Digital Organisation of the future. In order to do this, we need to focus on three core pillars, enabling capability,

by Liesl Bebb-McKay Being a princess has to be the best part of being a woman.  I love my mornings faffing and preening and choosing exactly the shoes and the blouse and the skirt and the

by André Labuschaigne   This article is based on the application of the South African leadership standard at Cape Union Mart.  A leader must create and consume energy.  A leader must have energy to get things moving. 

By Carol Butcher Winnie Madikizela-Mandela passed away earlier this week. Affectionately known as “the mother of the nation,” Winnie Mandela was a controversial figure. Adored by millions, feared by some, she was respected by all for

by Paolo Giuricich CA(SA) Artificial Intelligence (AI) has already changed the way we operate in our lives and businesses to a greater degree and will continue exponentially into the future. How will this ‘machine learning’ translate

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