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by Lita Currie Are you closed to learning something new because you don’t want to fail, or look silly? You might be missing out on huge opportunities to increase your skills, and your competitive advantage. “I don’t

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

By Carol Butcher Writing a book is a powerful strategy for raising one’s personal profile and is often used by celebrities, politicians and business leaders. Their books are typically autobiographies or best practice books – how

by Sharmla Chetty   It is time South African companies reviewed outdated practices that are a hangover from the last Industrial Revolution.  South Africa’s employment landscape is complex and diverse, which is why I first need to compare

Rajesh Kamath Part 1 of this article can be found here Learning from sport I am of the view that the finest settings for the resolution of many Managerial (and life) challenges are found in sport – especially

by Peter Alkema World champion surfer and motivational speaker Shaun Thomson inspires thousands of people every year to take their next wave by committing to 12 simple and personal statements of intent. School kids, students, corporate

by Rajesh Kamath “Is it not he, a true philosopher who, though he be unrecognized of men, cherishes no resentment?” ~ Confucius, Chinese statesman and philosopher, in Analects. A unique experiment There is an interesting concept restaurant at

The pursuit of a balanced life, or at the very least a less stressed life, is an often quoted modern-day refrain. Research shows that the balanced life is a rare, elusive experience for most. Dr

Credit: This article was written by Maxwell Huppert and first appeared in the LinkedIn Talent Blog If you were to ask a sample of employees what perk or benefit they care about most, chances are you’d

by Kathy Mann Carl Jung said, “I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become.” We are deeply influenced by our experiences and this can hold us back from being our