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Training the rookies, coaching the pros and hiring the best. ALAF Limited is Tanzania’s largest roofing sheet producer. The company was incorporated in 1960 and is part of the SAFAL Group. Visit SAFAL Group’s website www.safalgroup.com

by Marius Meyer -  Over the last ten years, the role of CEO’s has changed to become a much broader and all-encompassing position than solely managing an organisation and its people. The new expanded role of CEOs

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 Conrad Viedge -  As a business school, our aim is to improve the prospects of our students. One means of doing so is to help them become great business leaders. There can be no doubt

By Cathy Sims -  Over the last 8 years of researching the hearts and minds of young graduates, interesting patterns are emerging – some expected, some very unexpected. Each year SAGEA (South African Graduate Employers Association) reaches

By Patrick Thabo Kheswa -  The reason many organisations are not seeing a shift in their bottom line is an inability to attract, engage and retain top talent. Many talent management professionals are still scratching their

The next generation of skilled workers won’t stay at your company forever. So make sure they leave a legacy from the short time they are with you, writes Sharmla Chetty. Guess what? The world just changed.

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