Travelling at 200km per hour down a narrow, rocky, dirt track might seem like a terrifying experience, but equally terrifying can be the fast paced world and risks associated with starting or growing one’s own business. During this #FutureCEOs conversation, Hlubi Mboya Arnold and Gareth Armstrong speak to top executives from Redlined, Samsung, and Top
Undeniably Africa’s largest carrier of sport and sports entertainment, Supersport, part of the Multichoice Group, needs a leader that knows how to keep the ball rolling. Gideon Khobane is this man, and the Future CEOs team, Hlubi Mboya and Gareth Armstrong, enjoy a rare opportunity to learn from this truly African leader as he talks
During this edition of Future CEOs, we chat with Nazeem Martin, Managing Director of Business Partners, and Madelein van der Watt, Group Research and Development Manager for Sage Pastel Australia, Asia, Middle East, and Africa, to pull apart and analyze last week’s Budget Speech. We look carefully at the impact of announced policy changes and
Jessica Hagy is a professional writer and illustrator well-known for her minimalist ink-on-index-card illustrations, which are found at her site Indexed. Hagy’s typical card is a venn diagram or x-y plot of a deceptively simple idea with a punchline. Like this:
Pay is obviously important. So are benefits. But pay and benefits are also expected. So what makes a job more than just a list of duties? When you actually care about what you do — and care about the people you do it with and for.
One of the biggest challenges managers face is communication. And yet, communication is also one of the most critical aspects of leadership. Without good communication, managers can fail to gain commitment from employees, fail to achieve business goals and fail to develop rapport with the people on their team. In short, they can fail as
Good news for today’s MBA grads: The share of large company chief executives with graduate business degrees has grown nearly 50 percent in the past 10 years. But don’t start decorating your corner office yet. There’s a lot to learn before you’re ready to take the CEO chair.