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By Rajesh Kamath, Chanakya Consulting, India -  In October 2014, during the festival of Diwali (the most popular festival in India), the headline of a leading News channel exclaimed “Savjhibhai Dholakia's extraordinary gesture of generosity is

By Kerryn Kohl This statement rings true, not only for organisations but for each of us on an individual basis. We are all in the race for relevancy. Those of us who are able to change, learn,

By Kerryn Kohl The WEF has identified 10 skills that are critical for us to develop if we are to stay relevant and employable in the future. You will notice that the skills of the future

By Rajesh Kamath In June 2010, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) News website displayed this image, with the headline Srikanth Bolla “13 proves that anyone can learn how to swim - Beginner's swim class offers

By Marius Meyer -  A global revolution is taking place in the field of workplace learning. It is driven by the requirements of the information and digital explosion, increased globalisation, the changing nature of work and

By Marius Meyer As most people are finalising their work to enjoy the holiday season, it is time to reflect on the successes, challenges and opportunities of the year.  The new South African Leadership Standard developed

by Kerryn Kohl   Okay so this one sounds relatively easy doesn’t it? After all isn’t this what leadership has always involved? Well yes, and then a very big no! Firstly we will be managing a highly skilled group

By Carol Butcher The land of the trolls impressed me. In last week’s article, “A visit to a Marble Mine in Norway got me thinking,” I shared a Damascus moment and some of my learnings from

By Marius Meyer As we approach the last two weeks of work for most employees, companies are taking their staff out for the end-of-the year office party.   This is a great opportunity for employers to celebrate

By Lerato Nxomani   “What magic do you create for others to develop and thrive?” I was recently bowled over by this question at a conference, posed by the brilliant Paolo Giuricich, and it really got me

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