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Marius Meyer & Penny Abbott   The biggest opportunity and risk in future is leadership.  If there is one thing we have learned about corporate and governmental success and failure over the last thirty years it is

By Justin Bodill In 2009 a company called Uber was founded, and like many revolutionary companies, was born out of a very simple idea – to assist people to get from A to B, at the

By Penny Abbott & Marius Meyer In the previous four articles we outlined the first four elements of the South African leadership standard, i.e. instilling vision, delivering value, living the values and leading people.  In this

By Penny Abbott & Marius Meyer In the previous three articles we outlined the first three elements of the South African leadership standard, i.e. instilling vision, delivering value and living values.  In this article we share

by Penny Abbott & Marius Meyer Recent examples of corporate scandals can be traced back to a failure in the application of  corporate values. Very few companies do not have clearly articulated values guiding the behaviour of

by  Penny Abbott & Marius Meyer Last week we introduced to you the framework of the South African leadership standard developed by SABPP. Today we start a series of articles unpacking the five elements of the leadership

by Penny Abbott and Marius Meyer   Over the last month, the SA Board for People Practices (SABPP) with the support from Talent Talks have been on a journey to create a clear South African leadership standard framework.

By Carol Butcher Print media is a very tough industry. Very few publications survive for decades, and yet incredibly, Playboy magazine is still going strong. The first issue of Playboy appeared in December 1953. Almost 65

by  Siphiwe Moyo, Marius Meyer, Penny Abbott Since the development of South Africa’s first leadership standard on 14 September in Kyalami, Johannesburg, the SABPP office has been inundated with questions from the market about this exciting project. 

By Marius Meyer While the field of talent management is gaining momentum during a time of increased employer branding, the question is whether leadership and talent can be separated. Surely, you can run a very successful

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