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By Gavin Swanson The sheer volume of writing on Leadership is astounding. Every week brings a new book, article and research study to the fore on Leadership and Leadership Development in addition to countless sites on

by Marius Meyer Since the SA Board for People Practices (SABPP) developed the world’s first set of national HR standards to guide HR teams in applying a consistent set of HR practices aligned to the overall goals

By Carol Butcher Women’s month has ended on a low note. It is ironic that during Women’s Month, Zimbabwe’s First Lady, Grace Mugabe allegedly lashed out at a young woman, Gabriella Engels with an extension cord.

By Marius Meyer In 2013 the SA Board for People Practices (SABPP) developed the world’s first set of national HR standards to guide HR teams in applying a consistent set of HR practices aligned to the

By Kerryn Kohl Maybe, just maybe Vanilla Ice was onto something with his opening line in the hit song “Ice Ice Baby” released back in 1990. Yes I know the rest of the lyrics leave a

The McKinsey CEO’s guide to competing through HR  showcases what can happen when HR steps out of its traditional silo and embraces a strategic role, explicitly using talent to drive value rather than just responding passively to

By Carol Butcher President Zuma survived the recent no confidence vote in Parliament by a very narrow margin of 198 against, 177 for and nine abstentions compared to 214 against, 126 in favour and 58 abstentions

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 Image caption: Talia Lancaster from IQ Business, winner of the Professional Services category receiving her award from SABPP CEO, Marius Meyer The evening of 27 July 2017 was a special occasion for South Africa’s

by Carol Butcher “We need a combination of Afrocentric leadership and we also need to lead as everyone else leads. I wouldn’t necessarily see Africa as an island, but there are certainly environmental and situational requirements