The Digital Age demands communicative leadership

With technology integrated into virtually all aspects of business, it has become easy to lose sight of the human element. And yet, this should be considered the cornerstone of any strategy. Gys Kappers, CEO of […]

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Red & Yellow becomes South Africa’s first Creative School of Business

Tertiary institutions have to continuously innovate to ensure that their students are able to thrive in this increasingly artificially intelligent and digital world. Most importantly though, it is crucial that they harness the skill of […]

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And the Woman of the Year is…?

The announcement of Time’s Person of the Year is always big news around the world as it offers a reflection on the year that was… and plenty of healthy debate and discussion. This year Time […]

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The home (industry) wrecker

u|Chief asked Marcel du Toit, the cheeky young disruptor of the property industry (and CEO of Leadhome), about the shape of the local industry… and what gave Leadhome their edge to enter an already crowded market. […]

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Understanding the importance of Disability Awareness and how you can get involved

Life Healthcare encourages all South Africans to break the stigma around disabilities There are more than one billion people with physical and mental disabilities in the world who must overcome challenges every day. A major […]

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Optimism waning as top SA leaders consider international options

There’s a growing trend among top South African executives to look beyond local shores for their next big career opportunity, according to the results of Jack Hammer’s annual Bonus, Salary and Business Confidence Survey. An […]

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The rise of the emoji and the public rating system

If a picture paints a thousand words, then an emoji must be worth at least a few hundred, says Scott Cundill, co-founder of online reputational justice platform, The Gentle Reminders Club, who advocates that the […]

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