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by Belinda Carreira Eudaimonia is a Greek word meaning “human flourishing’ – a contented state of being happy, healthy and prosperous. Now isn’t this where we all want to be? To me, being human is the greatest

by Kerryn Kohl Are you ready for the age of Rapid Reskilling? Well, you had better start getting your “Reskill On” because times have certainly changed! The days of choosing a single career that is neatly pathed

by Camilla Pennington A recent article featured on IOL quotes Professor Deresh Ramjugernath, Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Research at the University of KwaZulu-Natal as saying, “If we really want to see the significant economic growth and job creation

By Belinda Carreira Why are people unenthusiastic about employee wellbeing programmes? What lead to this? Why bother to improve them? These are three key questions to ask when deciding whether to invest in evolving employee wellbeing programmes.

by Gaylin Jee, @gaylinjee Innovation is all about being that person who thinks about, asks and owns the answering of questions. The payoff to asking better questions is that we can tackle the unknown and find

By Belinda Carreira Ralph Waldo Emerson says ‘The first wealth is health’. Have you ever asked yourself: ‘What does it mean to me to be healthy?’ I certainly have, having struggled with a number of health

by Megan Yates Over the last few weeks I’ve been reading much about the Facebook / Cambridge Analytica data scandal, as I’m sure many of you have. Facebook is attempting to mend its reputation after the

by Liesl Bebb-Mckay This post was cowritten by the genius D’ave Meyer who also gets the point just right and makes work such a barrel of laughs.  At the FOUNDeRY, we’ve managed to celebrate a few successes in

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