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By Alexandra Hadfield, Harambee SME Sector Lead As if starting a new business weren’t scary enough, the next step is to grow it by hiring someone. Here’s the logical series of events that will make the

By Gaylin Jee   Apparently so. Heard of FastWorks, GE’s approach to speeding up innovation? Here are two examples of FastWorks in action, offered by Leader of GE Culture, Janice Sempe:   A new product (an engine) gets

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]by Daniel Goleman It’s in the back of the minds of so many leaders, whether it’s the CEO of a Fortune 500 company or the manager of a large division. How smart am I? Or more

By Rajesh Kamath   There is a well known story attributed to Viktor Frankl, the great psychiatrist who survived the Nazi concentration camp in Germany, in his book “Man’s search for Meaning”. In the story, he tells

By Carol Butcher Learning often comes from unexpected sources. The past weekend was a case in point. Observing the behaviour of wild dogs at a waterhole at a game lodge in Namibia, I soon realised that

by Marius Meyer The National Association of Distance Education and Open Learning (Nadeosa) celebrated its 21st anniversary at its annual conference at the University of Free State in Bloemfontein from 19-21 July 2017.  Nadeosa is an association

A presentation by Dr Jackie Chimhanzi, CEO African Leadership Institute Summarised by Carol Butcher It is fitting and appropriate for Talenttalks to host it inaugural talent conference at the Innovation Hub, which is focused on entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurs create something

by Marius Meyer   During my HR career spanning 23 years, I have made key transitions from practitioner, to academic, to consultant, to manager, to board member to head of SABPP.  I have met thousands of people during

By Carol Butcher The Life Esidimeni tragedy tugs at the heart strings of all South Africans. This tragedy could easily have been averted if accountable leadership and the necessary checks and balances were in place. Leaders delegate

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