Leadership

19
Mar

Ways to Lead with Courage in Uncertainty

It is no doubt that the current times we are living in has created fear and uncertainty in business. What is needed in these very uncertain and unpredictable times is Courage. Courage is a characteristic of a great leader, staying strong in the face of fear. I was recently inspired by an online post that I read from Inc.com “The

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13
Feb

Leading Through Transition

It is when we are in transition that we are most completely alive – William Bridges Thought provoking conversations is what can inspire us to move and to take the next step. Grateful to listen to inspiring stories of leadership and courage on this business journey at the “Leading through transitions” event with Nation Builder. The facilitator Cias from XpandSA

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4
Dec

The Impact of Entrepreneurship

Before you quit your job, here’s a reality check as to what you can expect in the life of an entrepreneur. The title entrepreneur is one that you wear with honour, almost the way a soldier wears a badge of bravery for the battles won and lost but with this title comes much responsibility and the waves of emotions are

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27
Sep

9 Keys to Driving Trust for Brand Leadership

The GIBS Ethics and Governance think tank hosted a forum with a panel of top South African business leaders namely: Nhlanhla Musa Nene – Former Minister of Finance, South Africa Laurie Dippenaar – Founder and Chairman of FirstRand Group Zyda Rylands – CEO of Woolworths South Africa Lynn Paine – Harvard Business School Professor and Senior Associate Dean Nicola Kleyn

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28
Jan

The Voice of Leadership

These are the wise words of Steve Jobs, one of the greatest technology leaders and entrepreneurs that ever lived. He highlighted that there is one important voice that we need to pay attention to, our inner voice; this is the true “voice of leadership” Leadership has never been so exciting and yet so difficult, at the same time. The main

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30
Jul

“The one thing that changes everything…”

An interesting story in the book “The Speed of Trust by Stephan MR Covey” is about a business that had been losing customers due to the fact that it took so long to give each person the right amount of change. The business owner decided on a solution, to one day leave a basket, with a few notes and coins, so

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