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by Kerryn Kohl Whenever I ask the question “are you getting enough?” (Feedback, that is) to the teams I work with their initial response is yes of course. Probe a little deeper and you’ll soon discover

By Siphiwe Moyo and Marius Meyer  Today as we enter the month of September, we are proud to declare the HR Standards season open, and in particular phase 6 of the National HR Standards Journey.  September is

By Emmanuel Haruperi, Development Consultant, Hemman & Associates The increasing beat of globalisation continues to drive complexity that is volatile, uncertain and ambiguous (VUCA) in the business environment. This creates unprecedented change, making it very difficult for

By Kerryn Kohl “One of the features of this Fourth Industrial Revolution is that it doesn’t change what we are doing, but it changes us” – Klause Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum The question

Remuneration is also a very important part of the Talent Management strategy within any organisation, and forms part of the key elements for succession, retention and attraction of talent. The idea of remuneration differs from

By Lita Currie Humans are visual thinkers.  It’s a survival skill – we needed to recognise the tiger crouching in the tall grass in order to run away before we got eaten!  Most of the information

By Marius Meyer   On Saturday 15 July 2017, a group of 36 HR and other Managers participated in mock interviews as their contribution to the Mandela Day 67 minutes of making a difference in the lives

summarised by Carol Butcher   Setting up offices in Africa is about people performing against the odds. You only succeed in Africa because of the people that you have in your organisation. There are two critical things when

By Marius Meyer On 3 July 2017 more than 30 professional bodies convened as part of the Independent Professional Bodies Forum at the SA Board for People Practices (SABPP) office in Rosebank, Johannesburg.  Dr Michele Serfontein

By Kerryn Kohl “Will we need leaders in the future?” Apparently so! If my research is anything to go by. However what is glaringly clear is that although leadership roles are safe, the current way in which we