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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

by Carol Butcher If there are young children in your family you will know first-hand that the Easter Bunny looms large this time of the year – this got me thinking about the Riverine rabbit (Bunolagus

By Carol Butcher In recent years South Africa has experienced a perilous drought: we have also experienced a drought in terms of leadership accountability from some of our leaders and individuals in key positions. War is often

By Carol Butcher Nike’s “Just do it” tagline, launched in 1998 is one of the most memorable taglines of all times. It is sheer brilliance. Ironically, these were murder, Gary Gilmour’s last words. News headlines over the

By Carol Butcher Leadership 101 teaches that leadership is a lonely place. If you are a leader, you know that you are damned if you do and damned if you don’t. As for the notion of

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

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/2"][vc_column_text]Nominations Open! www.risingstarawards.co.za The Standard Bank Rising Star Awards identify, recognise and celebrate young talent across all industries in South Africa, and are a unique opportunity for organisations to showcase their successes, as well as

by Rajesh Kamath In 1984, a South African magazine published the code to a video game which a boy, barely twelve years old, had designed. The game, a science fiction inspired space game called Blastar, was