In the absence of a credible opposition party to challenge the ANC, perhaps the IMF is best placed to help the party, writes Ayabulela Dlakavu.
Bringing disciplinary action against an employee is something most employers would hope to avoid. But when it does come to pass, there are some important steps to follow.
There are two skills most managers lack: running good meetings and giving effective feedback, says Ian Mann. Here's how to fix the most important one.
The best management strategy is encouraging employees to be open about the next steps in their career, according to companies like Netflix and LinkedIn.
Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne has been ranked at the top position in the 2019 QS World University ranking for Hospitality & Leisure Management Universities.
Fear causes poor decision-making, and it can be fatal in the workplace, says Ian Mann.
The technical analysis of shares seems to be favoured by many, but why should a balanced investment management system only consist of one single investment tool?
Over the past three years, there has been a consistent year-on-year increase in the number of professionals who would consider leaving SA, a survey shows.
Some people’s potential is immediately identifiable, but there are some employees with potential that may not be as obvious to management. But companies can provide them with opportunities to shine.
To ensure that meetings are productive, relevant and on point, it is important to make sure they are called for the right reasons and with only the necessary people in attendance.
If you are a senior manager or executive and you read only one book this year as part of your professional development, this should be the book, says Ian Mann.
When it comes to running a successful family business for generations, blood really shouldn’t be thicker than water. Clear guidelines and governance structures need to be in place – and everyone should adhere to them.
In a fast-changing and competitive environment, businesses – and the workforce – need to be on top of their game to remain relevant.
Leadership experts say the feedback process at most workplaces is highly flawed. Many bosses are realising this, and relying more on objective data.
Feedback from a boss or a coworker isn't always effective, research suggests — especially if that feedback is negative.
A boss should warn employees that, at some point, they'll mess something up — and it's the employees' job to call them out on it.
Keep the tone positive and propose a solution.
Sally Boyle says managers should get to know their employees.
She would hand out "permission slips" authorising employees to take risks.
As workspaces keep changing more rapidly, it has never been more important to be agile, versatile, and proactive in managing up as well as down, says Tim London.
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