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By Justin Bodill -  Retention is a term that is commonplace in any business. It is a key HR measure, and in many ways is a ‘happiness’ indicator. A high retention rate is generally viewed as

It helps being in your mid 40’s.  That mid-life crisis kind of gives you permission to sit up, reassess your life and if you’re lucky, be able to self-correct and catapult into the next leg

By Debbie Craig -  I have just returned from facilitating a Connect Retreat for Women in the Drakenberg. Once again, after many years of facilitating personal growth workshops and retreats, I am left with so many

By Justin Bodill -  Every year, global consulting firms and research houses investigate and publish reports about the status and future of Talent Management. The sections on learning are always particularly interesting for me, and while

By Veli Ndaba -  Your purpose will make your life and those around you worth living. Your purpose will give you focus and resilience when times get tough, and they will. Your purpose will keep you

Complete most important tasks first.  Each day, identify the two or three tasks that are the most crucial to complete and do those first. Learn to say “no”.  Only take on those commitments that you know

By Johnathan Cook -  Effective managers and entrepreneurs hold the key to Africa’s prosperity; and the demand for training is greatest for new employees, managers and business owners on the continent. These are some of the findings

By Professor Peter Hawkins and Barbara Walsh -  In spite of the current economic challenges, research statistics reveal that worldwide more organisations are either maintaining or increasing their investment in coaching activities. In the recent report compiled

By Veli Ndaba - "The cave you fear to enter holds the treasure you seek." - Joseph Campbell Fear is reported to be a number one killer of dreams. It has claimed so many dreams than any other thing you

By Barbara Walsh - You pay a great deal of attention to ensuring the people you recruit are the best possible fit, both for the role they will be filling and with the culture of the