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UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, EXECUTIVE EDUCATION
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04 APRIL 2021
COVID-19 could set gender equity back by half a decade
Countries must take stock of the setbacks working women have suffered over the COVID-19 pandemic, and imagine new ways forward.
03 APRIL 2021
Social justice in SA is a business responsibility
Prof Kurt April, Chair of the Allan Gray Centre for Values Based Leadership at the UCT GSB was in conversation with Busisiwe Mavuso, CEO at Business Leadership SA, at the first of the quarterly Allan Gray Speaker Series events in March.
02 MARCH 2021
Do your employees feel secure in their jobs?
Fear is rising in workplaces around the world - both for those working from home and in offices. A recent study shows 63% of South Africans are concerned they may lose their jobs in the next 12 months.
02 FEBRUARY 2021
If times are hard, try getting to know yourself a bit better
Finding a good coach during difficult times can give you new tools to understand yourself and develop healthier ways to navigate your life and work.
26 NOVEMBER 2020
Giving initiative a chance to grow
Running a profitable and sustainable business while also making a worthwhile social impact makes things extra tough for social entrepreneurs.
25 NOVEMBER 2020
A 101 guide to launching a tech startup as a woman
There’s plenty of evidence that women-owned businesses can deliver attractive returns for investors, and yet, there’s still a significant gap in funding for them.
01 SEPTEMBER 2020
Retailers can still succeed, but they need to embrace change
Few industries are being disrupted as rapidly as retail. Those left standing will be the ones that can embrace change and keep innovating.
04 AUGUST 2020
SA needs leaders with a desire to help others
As the country plunges deeper into an economic and humanitarian crisis fuelled by the COVID-19 pandemic, we will need steward leaders who are accountable and focused on assisting their communities – and each of us can rise to the challenge.
05 MAY 2020
Covid-19: Everything has changed
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the world: It may take years for the global economy to recover, which will have dire implications for South Africa’s economic prospects.
02 APRIL 2019
Personal potential, a source of power
Problems of violence, drugs and gangsterism in places like Mitchell’s Plain are symptoms of a much deeper problem that could be addressed through creative processes that help young people tap into a deeper source of fulfilment.
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