Out with the old ...

... In with Leadership Weekly

Leadership Editor, Lindsay King, talks about the magazine's online components
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A sage once said that the only constant thing is change, and so the time has come for us to revisit Leadership’s online components – the Leadership website and what was up till now known as the Leadership Intelligence Bulletin. For me this is an exciting change that will strategically align the magazine’s online components  more tightly with their print sister.

We’ve made some minor tweaks to the format of the bulletin – the new design is much cleaner, refreshing and a lot more reader-friendly. Our designers are currently working on redesigning the website, which will soon be up and running as well.

As editor, I believe that it’s important to renew and refresh publications from time to time in order to stay ahead, and more importantly, provide the best possible product to my readers and advertisers alike. We will thus still be bringing you the traditional Leadership promise of insights, interviews and intelligence that you’ve become accustomed to expect from Leadership magazine – maintaining the publication’s fresh editorial direction.

Looking ahead you can look forward to more frequent weekly updates on the website, which also explains the decision to change the name of the newsletter to Leadership Weekly. We will also undertake a stronger social media presence than before.

What else is new? Unlike in the past, we’ll also be publishing interesting content from the print magazine, car reviews, columns and expert opinion pieces. As of next week, this bulletin will appear on Mondays, opposed to Tuesdays.

And last but not least - we sadly bid farewell to Piet Coetzer, who produced the bulletin from its inception until the last issue before the revamp. We wish him all the best with his new ventures.

Go well!

Lindsay

 

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