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By Prof Theo Veldsman -  STOP-OVER 14: LEADERSHIP CULTURE AND CLIMATE – THE GLUE OF AND ATMOSPHERE WITHIN A LEADERSHIP GALAXY Within the vast expanse of the Leadership Universe, leadership constitutes their own unique ‘Galaxy’ that equates to

By Marius Meyer - The new world of work and business requires a new approach to talent development. It means that we need to position learning at the centre of talent development.   In fact, talent development

By Jonathan Cook -  Of course managers need both hard and soft skills.  One cannot lead an organisation without both.  But which are needed more in Africa? I used to think that we should focus on the

By Barbara Walsh -  There is some debate as to who the coach is primarily responsible to in executive coaching relationships; is it the coachee, or the organization which pays the bill? Who precisely is the

By Carol Butcher -  Africa, slumbering giant. How we long for Africa to wake-up, to hear the lion roar – I am great, I am world-class, I have achieved my full potential. Africa’s wealth does not lie

By Marius Meyer -  2017 is upon us and while most South African employees are enjoying the last part of their annual holiday season before the start of this year’s work, it is also the time

By Justin Bodill -  For the first time in history, we have 5 different generations reflected in the global workforce. Namely: Traditionalists: born 1945 and before Baby Boomers: born 1946 to 1964 Generation X: born 1965

By Carol Butcher -  Millions of people worldwide made New Year’s resolutions a few days ago. They typically vowed to stop smoking, lose weight or go to the gym; this begs the question – how people

  By Marius Meyer -  As most people enter the holiday season, it is time to reflect on the successes, challenges and opportunities of the year.  The skill of reflection is very important for all talented employees. 

By Carol Butcher -  Stop a moment to reflect – there are 86 400 seconds in a day, and it only takes two seconds to say “thank you”. When last did you say “thank you” to