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by Barbara Walsh Business leaders are becoming increasingly aware that what worked for them in the past and led to their success is no longer working. Relentless change is now the norm, and with this comes

By Carol Butcher “I am not satisfied with the current status of talent management in Africa.  It is good that there is increased interest in talent management, but a lot of work still needs to happen.

By Marius Meyer Building on Workers’ Day, the Department of Labour decided to extend this spirit of this day to Workers’ Month in ensuring that we reflect and plan around a more co-ordinated campaign of worker

By Marius Meyer Talent management is a top priority for organisations taking talent seriously from a strategic perspective. The importance of talent management in enabling business strategy for a high performance organisation cannot be over-emphasised. The

By Marius Meyer Since the launch of Talent Talks as Africa’s first dedicated talent management platform, it has become evident that there is some misunderstanding of the meaning and features of talent management. In this article,

By Carol Butcher Many South Africans have taken advantage of the flurry of public holidays and have taken a well-earned break. In view of this, we have decided to “keep things light.” Instead of providing links

By Carol Butcher As Africans, we often turn to the West or the East for solutions, for best practice and wisdom. When it comes to wisdom we often forget to turn to our African proverbs. These

By Carol Butcher The wonderful thing about leadership is that great leaders are found in all political parties, in all nationalities, race groups, across gender, age, religion and ideology. Hani was a great leader; he was also

By Carol Butcher Millions of South Africans were saddened by the passing of Struggle icon, Ahmed Kathrada, better known as Kathy or Uncle Kathy. I never met the man, but I have always admired Kathrada as

By Carol Butcher South Africa has had its own “night of the long knives,” or perhaps it would be more apt to call it “the night of the Iklwa – stabbing spear.” President Jacob Zuma fired Pravin

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