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by Bret Rogers Having been “raised” in companies with healthy talent planning processes, one can easily take for granted the benefits of having a bench of strong internal candidates and few talent crises. Injecting external talent, nevertheless,

Despite South Africa’s ongoing push for gender transformation in senior positions, the number of female leaders at SA’s top companies remains exactly the same as it was in 2015, and has even dropped since 2012,

Small, independent teams are the lifeblood of the agile organization. Top executives can unleash them by driving ambition, removing red tape, and helping managers adjust to the new norms. What does it take to set loose

By Paolo Giuricich Working ways have changed.  Our workforce is dominated by a transformed, gender balanced and super energised, younger generation.  Our critical leadership attributes have not kept pace and a leadership culture of ‘command and

by Mosima Selekisho   Women’s Day is a good time to share a secret … recent events give women executives a big opportunity to fulfil their potential as key contributors to corporate success as they are ideally

MAY FURTHER IMPACT TRANSFORMATION by Debbie Goodman-Bhyat South Africa’s precarious economic outlook hit home this year for companies searching for top talent, with a significant drop in the percentage increase offered to lure and secure the best

by Marius Meyer I always find university rankings interesting. Why are some universities ranked higher than others? It is evident that while the quality of teaching is part of the key criteria, the rating agencies also look

by Jo Watt   In a world of flux, we must be ready to flex. So says the  World Economic Forum. Yet CEOs are still spending time awake at night, worrying that they do not have the

LEARNING & ORGANISATION DEVELOPMENT (OD) ADVISOR PAOLO GIURICICH CA(SA) – Founder and Owner of smart EQ (www.smart-EQ.com)   The global economy has necessitated working across cultures and navigating the complexities of diversity. Leaders often focus on endless ‘tasks,’

By Carol Butcher Many countries have flag carriers - the list includes France, the United Kingdom, Australia, Turkey, Iceland Singapore and South Africa. The United States is not on the list. This begs the question “Why doesn’t

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