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By Lita Currie   Paul Cambo Baloyi joins me for a chai tea at a restaurant in Rivonia.  The former CEO of the Development Bank of Southern Africa is smartly dressed, with a kind expression and warm

In 2017 Frank de Beer had an exciting task ahead of him: spearheading the culture journey or 3 sister-companies coming together. Frank, the Organisational Development Manager at Bytes Systems Integration, or BSI (he’s

Summary by Lita Currie Deon Greyling, the Managing Director for BTS’s Middle-East and Africa branch, has been doing business in Africa for a long time. Growing and developing talent is a particular passion of his. He

by Lita Currie My 9-year old son knows everything.  At least, he thinks he does.  Arguably he is an intelligent youngster.  But he has an annoying habit of finishing my sentences. Example:  I would say “I think

Summary by Lita Currie Deon Greyling, the Managing Director for BTS’s Middle-East and Africa branch, has been doing business in Africa for a long time. Growing and developing talent is a particular passion of his. He

by Lita Currie Are you closed to learning something new because you don’t want to fail, or look silly? You might be missing out on huge opportunities to increase your skills, and your competitive advantage. “I don’t

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]OK, so you have your coaching qualification in hand, the paper still hot from the printers.  You can barely contain your excitement about being a professional coach.  You have visions of scores of clients flocking

By Lita Currie Many people believe that they cannot draw, and that might stop them from even trying.  When using graphics in a business context it's not really about the drawing - it's all about the

By Lita Currie Daniel Padiachy walks into the interview room at the McDonalds head office and grasps my hand in a firm handshake.  As we sit down at the table, I accidentally spill my coffee.  He