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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

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]OK, so you have your coaching qualification in hand, the paper still hot from the printers.  You can barely contain your excitement about being a professional coach.  You have visions of scores of clients flocking

by Rajesh Kamath   “He who lives in harmony with himself, lives in harmony with the universe” – Marcus Aurelius Once upon a time, there was a gigantic 100-year-old tree that stood in the middle of a great

by Lerato Nxomani   I recently watched a movie where the main character’s place of work had been acquired and the new owners wanted a complete overhaul of the organisation – to be more relevant, engaging, cutting-edge

by André Labuschaigne   This article is based on the application of the South African leadership standard at Cape Union Mart.  A leader must create and consume energy.  A leader must have energy to get things moving. 

By Carol Butcher Winnie Madikizela-Mandela passed away earlier this week. Affectionately known as “the mother of the nation,” Winnie Mandela was a controversial figure. Adored by millions, feared by some, she was respected by all for

Talking to Brigitte Da Gama, Executive - Human Capital, McDonald's Corporation