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By Lynda Smith -  There is a great author and TED speaker who has helped many people to understand that asking the question WHY is critical to understanding yourself and influencing others.  Simon Sinek uses a

By Theo Veldsman -  Work Psychologist, Former Professor in Work Psychology at University of Johannesburg Travel Guide for Leadership Excellence in the newly emerging order STOP-OVER 17 LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE – A MULTI-DIMENSIONAL, SYSTEMIC, MULTI-STAKEHOLDER APPROACH At a glance Leadership is the mindful, conscious

By Marius Meyer -  People play a crucial role in a company’s ability to produce products and services and, moreover, in a country’s ability to improve productivity and economic growth. The role of human resource development

The GC Index and Young People Index – Working in a symbiotic relationship in schools The Challenge By Helen Rivero, Director of the Young People Index in the UK -  Andrew Roberts-Wray, the visionary head teacher newly appointed

By Theo Veldsman -  Work Psychologist, Former Professor in Work Psychology at University of Johannesburg Travel Guide for Leadership Excellence in the newly emerging order At a glance In recent years the organisational context has transformed from being

By Rajesh Kamath -  2017 has already seen umpteen articles written, which have predicted many trends for the year ahead.  All predictions are based on emerging patterns at various leading organisations, generally large and most progressive.

By Carol Butcher -  Africa has every reason to proudly puff out its chest - one of its own is on the 2016 Forbes list of the world’s 100 most powerful women. Angela Merkel is ranked

By Marius Meyer - The new world of work and business requires a new approach to talent development. It means that we need to position learning at the centre of talent development.   In fact, talent development

By Carol Butcher -  South Africa’s 2019 general elections are around the corner, and there is a lot of discussion and debate around President Jacob Zuma’s successor. Pressure is mounting in some quarters, specifically the ANC’s

By Justin Bodill -  Are leaders born, or are they created? Now there is a question to raise some interesting debate. As a student of Leadership, and someone who works in the development space, it is

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