- Published on 7 Apr 2015
- HR Pulse News Desk
CGF Research Institute (Pty) Ltd (‘CGF’) is delighted to welcome Candace Bosch to our team as from the beginning of April 2015, where she will specialise as a Lead Contractor in Executive Training.
- Published on 8 Oct 2014
- HR Pulse News Desk
To ensure that your company functions well and meets its objectives, you need to trust all the members of the various divisions in your organisation. However, when that trust is broken, the running of the company is fundamentally damaged. Trust is a mutual relationship so for you to trust your employees they've got to trust you enough to give their best for the organisation. So how can you make sure that your employees trust you?
- Published on 7 Oct 2014
- Joyce Lebelo
Women can achieve what they want by knowing what they want and creating a framework to achieve these goals. Smart companies understand the benefits of having female leaders and create corporate cultures that allows women to realise their ambitions. By combining the skills-sets of men and women, companies can create a more holistic leadership team, which is better equipped to manage the challenges of running an organisation. This holistic approach could bring about a powerful contribution and eliminate any blind spots that could be experienced by a male-only team. It's a win-win if you know how to do it...
- Published on 18 Sep 2014
- Paul Whysall
In today's business environment, people - and especially those in leadership positions – can either make or break an organisation. Many businesses that fail can often attribute their lack of success to poor leadership, which emphasises the human element as paramount. In our complex business world, the human element is critical, meaning that leadership development programmes need to be prioritised. A dysfunctional management team may not fully understand the business strategy and will therefore not be able to deliver what is required of it.
- Published on 16 Sep 2014
- Ken Blanchard
Organisations often underestimate the time and effort required to help leaders change. Coaching can be a great way of cementing leadership training and helping people adapt to new behaviours and coaching is most effective when you bring in the professionals to help.