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by  Marius Meyer Expatriates and repatriates are key talent segments in today’s global mobile workforce. Expatriates are employees leaving a country to go and work in another country, usually with the expectation of returning to their home

by Rikky Minyuku and Thembela Njenga   We launched our story book – There’s More to Us in August. As the month ostensibly known as Women’s month in South Africa drew to a close, we were struck

by Rikky Minyuku and Thembela Njenga   We launched our story book – There’s More to Us in August. As the month ostensibly known as Women’s month in South Africa drew to a close, we were struck

By Camilla Pennington -  Unconscious bias is something we are often unaware of but which creates barriers that prevent diversity and inclusion in the workplace, damaging relationships that could foster creative and innovative ideas. The costs

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

by  Marius Meyer Expatriates and repatriates are key talent segments in today’s global mobile workforce. Expatriates are employees leaving a country to go and work in another country, usually with the expectation of returning to their home

by Justin Bodill   At the beginning of this year I stepped out of my comfort zone, followed a passion of mine and joined a High School 1sT Rugby team, as their Sports ‘Psychologist’. This has always

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

Greg Solomon speaking at the Talent Talks Connects breakfast. Ways to listen: SoundCloud: Tap/click here to listen via SoundCloud RECOMMENDED Subscribe to the podcast via your favourite podcast player: If you subscribe to the Podcast via your phone, new podcasts will

By Tricia Jones The workplace of the future is here. As we find ourselves in a technology-driven, ever-changing 21st century, we are challenged with a new reality: to adapt to the inevitable changes that this new

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