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.
Robin Haller, CEO of Deli Spices, managed to transform his family-owned business into an international contender. The #FutureCEOs team explores the challenges Robin faced and ask him to share some insights into creating opportunities for partnering on an international level.
The SA fashion house icon, Sun Goddess, was founded in 2000, based on the idea of harvesting tales and images of South African traditions. But there is more to Thando Mangaliso than just Sun Goddess, he is a multi-business entrepreneur that joins Hlubi Mboya Arnold and Gareth Armstrong in studio for an insight filled #FutureCEOs
There is a growing problem for up-and-coming career women, and it’s called The Queen Bee Syndrome. What is this? How does it impact you as a young, up-and-coming high potential? Or do you suffer from the Syndrome as a leader or manager in your business? Listen to this episode of #FutureCEOs to find out.
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
Would you go into business with family? Many initially baulk at the idea, but there is a strong case for why it is in fact such a good thing to do. Of course there are also a number of possible negatives too. Hlubi and Gareth explore all of this and more this week as they
Has your career stalled? Kickstart it with great tips and advice from Careers24 GM, Marc Privett; UJ Career Consultant and Educational Psychologist, Mikhail Jansen; and Janice Wagner, Director of EDGE Executive Search. Hlubi and Gareth talk career development, self-promotion, interviewing the interviewer, employee+employer fit, and more with them.
Most jobs require their employees to manage their emotions in the workplace. Most of us have had the impulse to yell at our boss, whine in a meeting, curse at a co-worker, or even burst into tears on occasion—but we typically don’t, because we don’t want to get fired. In addition to squelching such impulses,