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By Camilla Pennington When asked what pressing issues keep CEO’s awake at night 38% of the 1 291 CEOs from 85 countries surveyed in PwC’s 21st annual global CEO survey indicated that the availability of key

By Kerryn Kohl Recently I had the pleasure of assisting a client in developing a digital learning path for their operations area. The learning path kicks off with an Orientation session in which we deliver some

By Tricia Jones The workplace of the future is here. As we find ourselves in a technology-driven, ever-changing 21st century, we are challenged with a new reality: to adapt to the inevitable changes that this new

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/2"][vc_column_text]Nominations Open! www.risingstarawards.co.za The Standard Bank Rising Star Awards identify, recognise and celebrate young talent across all industries in South Africa, and are a unique opportunity for organisations to showcase their successes, as well as

By Kerryn Kohl When I think about Industry 4.0, I like to think we are the next generation of great voyagers and explorers. We are the Vasco de Gama’s, the Jan van Riebeeck’s, setting off into

Maryana Iskander, a graduate of Yale Law School and CEO of Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator, is recognised for her career achievements. Iskander attended ceremonies last week where she received the 2017-2018 Yale Law Women Alumnae Achievement

About 200 business, government, and media leaders assembled to discuss Dominic Barton’s forthcoming book, “Talent Wins: The New Playbook for Putting People First.” Joining Dom onstage were Blackrock Chairman and CEO Larry Fink; Guardian Life

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

By Carol Butcher I enjoy jazz, but even if you don’t, you will know that Hugh Masekela is a global jazz icon. He will not only be remembered by jazz fans in South Africa, but he

By Ewout Holst, Head: Corporate Solutions, Sub-Saharan Africa, JLL   Google is probably most famous for it. The introduction of new workplace fads designed to make us happier, more fulfilled staff members. Stairs replaced by slides. Brainstorming

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