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By Marius Meyer -  Over the last five years, business and leadership thought leaders have challenged managers and business professionals to get ready for the VUCA world, i.e. an acronym for volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous. 

By Carol Butcher -  “Buildings are usually a venue from which to serve our customers, but the bricks and mortar play a small role in our business. It is the people that are important,” says retired

By Carol Butcher -  Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States hands over the baton to Donald Trump on the 20th January. Millions of people on the African continent have followed his presidency very

By Carol Butcher -  Retired former Chief Executive of McCarthy Limited, Brand Pretorius has made it his mission in life to try to improve the quality of leadership in South Africa based on the lessons he

By Camilla Pennington -  According to the 2016 South African Graduate Employer’s Association (SAGEA) Candidate Insights survey of 2 052 new or future employees from 108 South African organisations, 85% of candidates feel that an employer’s

By Theo Veldsman - STOP-OVER 12: LEADERSHIP UNIVERSE – CONTEXTUAL LEADERSHIP ROLES   At a glance As go-between between Sphere 3: World and her followers, leadership acts as a connecting ‘bridge’ between followers and the Context by fulfilling six

By Theo Veldsman -  TOP-OVER 11: LEADERSHIP UNIVERSE – CONSTRUCTIVELY ENGAGING WITH THE WORLD  At a glance From previous Stop-overs in the Leadership Universe we have learnt the criticality of understanding and accepting Myself as leader (Sphere 1:

By Marius Meyer -  On 5 December 2013 South Africa and the world lost one of the greatest leaders of mankind, Nelson Mandela.   It is now three years later, and the question is whether the world

By Agustina Mendez -  Succession management is vitally important to an organisation’s sustained success. But, to drive future strategy, you must develop a robust leadership pipeline. It is clear that succession does not go deep or

By Justin Bodill -  Retention is a term that is commonplace in any business. It is a key HR measure, and in many ways is a ‘happiness’ indicator. A high retention rate is generally viewed as