Publisher's Note The Attention economy
The one question lingering in my mind for sometime now, is how many of the leadership magazine readers actually read the publishers note, put otherwise do people actually read
19 Aug 2019
Editor's Note The strength of a woman
The argument of increasing female empowerment has become so embedded in our social and business conversations we are now running the risk of becoming desensitised. The challenge
19 Aug 2019
Female Strength Building female strength in the construction industry
Gender equality remains an issue in many industries, but in construction it is particularly rampant. A way for businesses to flip this on its head and to change the narrative, is
14 Aug 2019
A Risk To Health Workplace Bullying As A Risk To Health
Many workplaces have this problem and most often it is not dealt with as individuals affected either keep quiet or quit their jobs and move elsewhere to avoid its traumatic
14 Aug 2019
Be Smart Tip the balance to your health
Tired of measuring and weighing the individual ingredients going into your smoothies? Or do you just not bother and rely on guesswork to get the nutritional balance right? Now
14 Aug 2019
Women in African tech How we can accelerate change from within?
While gender equality in business has become a hot-button issue around the world, it is arguably within the fast-growing technology sector that some of the greatest disparities
13 Aug 2019
Changing reputations one person at a time What difference are you making?
“Integrity is doing the right thing, even when no one is watching,” – C.S Lewis We all know it, we’ve all read about it and you’ll be hard-pressed to
13 Aug 2019 - R. L. R.
Things are looking up for the SA travel industry Despite a dreary outlook at the beginning of the year, it’s not all doom and gloom for the South African tourism industry for the rest of 2019
According to the South African Tourism Board, North America and Asia have shown positive growth during the January to April 2019 period, as well as growth recorded from major
13 Aug 2019
Saving our way to prosperity - can SA learn from the world's ‘miracle’ economies? There's no silver bullet to achieve elevated savings rates
"Every ‘rich’ nation was ‘poor’ at some stage," explains Dr Adrian Saville, professor in Economics at the Gordon Institute of Business Science, who
13 Aug 2019
Project management acumen A catalyst for organisational success in Industry 4.0
The world is witnessing a profound transformation and change in all areas of private and public corporate life in the Industry 4.0 economy. Organisational and private lives are
08 Aug 2019 - P. P. S. / C. C.
The tale of milk and paint Health and Safety
I have always wondered why painters would ask for milk as part of their lunch during their painting activity. It seems this practice of painters taking milk to alleviate throat
08 Aug 2019
Skills for a smarter future The South African labour force is going to need new skills to prepare itself for the emerging industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0
With a rise in new digital industrial technology, everything from manufacturing to mining, construction, medicine and other sectors will be affected, and the labour market needs
08 Aug 2019


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