How did our CEO guest go from entry level clerk to CEO? Gareth Armstrong talks to Greg Boulle, CEO of Bravo Group, to answer this question and more. Don’t miss out on this #FutureCEOs #MeetTheCEO conversation.
This is a pragmatic, direct, and insightful conversation with an hugely successful entrepreneur turned CEO. Listen as Hlubi and Gareth enjoy a super #FutureCEOs half hour in studio with Frank Mullen, CEO of Zinia.
Are you potentially a victim of sexual harassment? This very sensitive topic is discussed in studio, where Gareth Armstrong is joined by a clinical psychologist, legal professional, and commissioner from the CCMA to talk through what you can do if you feel you are a victim.
He doesn’t mince words during his satirical stand up against social issues and political injustices, but has he minced business and career opportunities as he has developed and grown as a comedian, social commentator, and businessman? Listen to this insightful #FutureCEOs conversation where Gareth Armstrong enjoys a funny but fascinating discussion answering this question and
When a CEO transitions out of their leadership role, changes have to be communicated carefully. Hlubi and Gareth talk to Catherine Bothma and Jason Levin from HDI Youth Marketeers, as Jason now attempts to transfer culture, traditions, and past successes… as well as confidence that the business’ performance will not be impacted, over to Catherine
If you feel like your employees are more and more dissatisfied with their jobs and careers, the statistics actually back up your suspicions. According to a survey recently conducted by CareerBuilder, 21% of full-time employees plan on changing jobs this year, up 4% compared to recent years.
Even though the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator personality test is controversial, it’s still extremely popular in today’s business world. It tests four behavioral binaries to come up with 16 distinctive personality types. To give you an idea of how important it is, 80% of the Fortune 500 companies and 89 of the Fortune 100 companies use
You’re on the most important elevator ride of your life. You have ten seconds to pitch- the classic “elevator pitch”. Love or Hate. Money or Despair. And you may never get this chance again. As PM Dawn says, “I feel for you. I really do.” There are books about this. But don’t waste your time.