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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

By Justin Bodill -  Unless you have been living under a rock for the last few years, you will know about the TV series Masterchef. In particular Masterchef Australia, which has become something of a global

By Carol Butcher I celebrated an early Christmas dinner with a group of friends. I was very surprised when one of the guests asked the following question at the dinner table: “Who is your leader of

By Carol Butcher The UN Human Development Index ranks Norway as the best country in the world to live in. Life expectancy is high, the standard of living is very high, average years of education are

By Carol Butcher When you think of Rwanda, chances are the 1994 Tutsi genocide springs to mind – one million people died in 100 days. However, if you are a keen conservationist or nature lover, you

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Leadership Master Class : The National Leadership Standard and Pledge for South Africa Adriaan Groenewald’s weekly Leadership Platform on Cliff Central   Adriaan Groenewald in conversation with Marius Meyer, CEO of SABPP, Xolani Mawande, COO of SABPP and

Marius Meyer Today we ask the question: How will applying the newly developed South African leadership standard affect employees?  The good news is that the correct application of the leadership standard will have a major impact

by Rajesh Kamath Ovid's Metamorphoses tells a beautiful story: Philemon and Baucis had lived out their long lives nobly, but in poverty. Jupiter, the Roman king of the gods, had heard of the virtuous couple, but based

The SA Board for People Practices (SABPP) launched its National Leadership Standard at its fifth Annual HR Standards Conference at the Theatre on the Track in Kyalami on 26 October. The Standard was developed after a very

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