By CAROLYNE NJOGU
These days, we seem to be living in a transformational phase where change is no longer incremental but is happening at quantum speed. The question we need to ask ourselves therefore, is not what the future of work is, but are we ready for the imminent future?
By ROSHAN THIRAN
During a networking event some time ago, I got to talking with a public relations (PR) executive. She told me that being in PR had always been her dream job – but two fears had plagued her time at university: she wasn’t exactly sociable, and neither was she studious. She “always managed to do enough to get by.”
By CHERYL CRAN
As a leader, there are multiple things fighting for your attention on any given day. Often, the focus is directed towards dealing with what’s right in front of them or putting out fires.
By ANDREW GRIFFITHS
Have you got a 100-year business plan? As far as questions go, this is about as big as it gets and at first take, it seems kind of irrelevant in the rapidly changing world that we live in.
By NITHIAROSHAN A. VENKATARAMANI
The Law of Attraction works like this: If you think of a thought, you will attract similar thoughts to yourself. This law requires us to understand that our thoughts work like magnets and have a certain frequency. Therefore, as you allow certain thoughts to dwell in your mind, it somehow attracts all...
DR GLENN WILLIAMS,
The economic downturn has been harmful to many business, positive approaches have emerged to help organisations deals with challenges while laying a strong foundation for the future. Importantly, their main challenge is to engage, align and inspire leaders.
By RUPA SIVANOLI
Change management is a term that is bandied about freely. Sometimes it’s a scapegoat for less than stellar results: “That initiative failed because we didn’t focus enough on change management.”