Are your employees present in body but not mind? Hlubi and Gareth speak to Wellness Specialist, Elaine Wright, about new research that highlights the high cost of employee ‘presenteeism’, and what we can do to counteract this very expensive concern.
What can we as entrepreneurs learn from Donald Trump’s recent success at the polls, that saw him not only win, but win big in the race to be the next President of the United States of America? What do we find as we look into the results and consider the different strategies employed in the
Tania Pheiffer and Anel van Gerve join the #FutureCEOs team in studio to talk about their experience starting and growing their business, Woodlands Spa. Listen out for questions like: How are you making money in a difficult economy? Were you 100% funded or have you grown this in phases? Also, who is really the boss
Evan Lockhart-Barker, Managing Director of Saint-Gobain Weber South Africa, is a new breed of leader with his roots in marketing rather than finance. This is especially interesting given the construction industry within which he is now hoping to lead this organisation to market leadership. Hlubi Mboya and Gareth Armstrong talk with Evan about the subtle
Zig Ziglar, the renowned business author and leader has been quoted saying, “The only thing worse that training your employees and losing them, is not training them and keeping them.” Hlubi and Gareth are joined by Terry Meyer, Programme Director for the HR Executive Leadership programme run by Stellenbosch Business School and Founder of Leadership
“I am really really really really really proud of the people that we have.” This was one of the last comments Sipho Nkosi made before we closed our leadership conversation with him at his Exxaro office, just outside of Centurion, South Africa, some time ago. Nkosi is the CEO of Exxaro Resources and former president
We have all at least thought about it: how does my boss compare to others? Do they really have my best interests at heart? Do they practice what they preach? Do they make the grade? Beginning from my younger years (firstly for fun), I developed a framework to help me grade my boss. I modified
Most small-business owners incorporate “offering the best customer service possible” into their companies’ mission statements. So why do so many customers still get an awful experience? And what can you do to turn their experience around?