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06 FEBRUARY 2017

Ford South Africa reacted badly in a crisis

The Ford Kuga case adds to a growing list of similar experiences in the auto industry which seems incapable of learning from its own history.
04 JUNE 2016

8 ways to present like a pro

Here are some of my best public speaking hacks.
04 JUNE 2016

Outsmart your next angry outburst

The problem with most communication is that it’s easy. But communication is a direct line into a complex web of emotion that explodes easily.
01 MARCH 2016

Imagine a future of communication greatness

Most companies don't communicate well. Employees at all levels in a majority of companies tell me that their company's success is constrained by its communication challenges. It's a very common problem.
01 MARCH 2016

Business in Africa requires conflict management leadership

The cost of socio-political conflict for those doing business in Africa can no longer be denied.
02 AUGUST 2015

Reputation cited as number one strategic risk by executives

South African companies consistently rated reputational risk as their number one strategic risk in the Deloitte Strategic Risk Survey.
09 JUNE 2015

5 key factors to improve your corporate reputation

Five key factors play an important role when clients evaluate the reputation of organisations, says reputation expert Dr Marietjie Theron-Wepener.
04 FEBRUARY 2015

Brain-to-brain communication has arrived

You may remember neuroscientist Miguel Nicolelis - he built the brain-controlled exoskeleton that allowed a paralysed man to kick the first ball of the 2014 World Cup. What’s he working on now?
13 NOVEMBER 2014

Cell C could have turned a moan into a tribute

It is ironic that Cell C’s tag line is "The Power is in your Hands" because last week a disgruntled customer proved this to be entirely true.
20 AUGUST 2014

Managers can motivate employees with one word

Human beings are profoundly social - we are hardwired to connect to one another and to want to work together.