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Greg Solomon speaking at the Talent Talks Connects breakfast. Ways to listen: SoundCloud: Tap/click here to listen via SoundCloud RECOMMENDED Subscribe to the podcast via your favourite podcast player: If you subscribe to the Podcast via your phone, new podcasts will

The pursuit of a balanced life, or at the very least a less stressed life is an oft quoted modern-day refrain. According to Gallup, 66% of people are doing well in at least one of

Ways to listen: SoundCloud: Tap/click here to listen via SoundCloud RECOMMENDED Subscribe to the podcast via your favourite podcast player: If you subscribe to the Podcast via your phone, new podcasts will automatically be added to the list, which makes

The New Ways of Working Show (NWOW) interviews Funeka Montjane, Chief Executive, Personal and Business Banking, South Africa at the Standard Bank Group. I don’t have to say more. Funeka is a titan in South African

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

A lot of Black Millennial Professionals in South Africa feel like they don't belong in corporate. Mbongeni shares findings from his research that companies can use to foster a sense of belonging for this critical group thereby leading to

Summary by Lita Currie Deon Greyling, the Managing Director for BTS’s Middle-East and Africa branch, has been doing business in Africa for a long time. Growing and developing talent is a particular passion of his. He

Summary by Lita Currie When AB Inbev merged with SABMiller in 2016 the $100 billion deal created the biggest fast-moving consumer goods company on the planet.  The merging of two strong cultures was (and still

Live from TalentTalks 2017 at the Riversands Incubation Hub Conference Center   [embed]https://youtu.be/pG1ff4NPc7U[/embed]

Managing proactively the different generations withing the organisation. Many people join the organisation as graduates and leave when they retire. This is both a blessing and a challenge.

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