UPCOMING CONFERENCES AND NEW RELEASES
ORGANISATION DESIGN FOR UBER TIMES CONFERENCE
16 November 2017
Ballywoods Office Park, Bryanston | Johannesburg
Never before has organisation design been so important for businesses, HR and leaders. Demographic shifts, sustained market growth globalisation and cultural and generational differences are forcing organisations to re-think the way they engage with their people. Join KR at this one-day Organisation Design for UBER Times Seminar to unpack these issues on 16 November 2017 in Johannesburg. Learn more.
NEW BOOK: A JOURNEY OF DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION IN SOUTH AFRICA
This is a groundbreaking new book that addresses inequality, prejudice, injustice, racism, sexism and all other forms of discrimination in society, and in particular the workplace, in a positive way. Using entertaining stories from her own experience and a light-hearted writing style, diversity expert Nene Molefi offers a comprehensive approach to help any organisation achieve a more inclusive and positive working environment.
NEW EGYPT HUMAN CAPITAL AND LABOUR FORCE REPORT AVAILABLE!
The new Egypt Human Capital and Labour Report has just been released. Other new reports include: South Africa, Kenya, Ghana, Ethiopia, Mauritius, DRC and more! Some of the organisations who have already accessed these reports, include: Massmart, PwC, Group Five, Imperial, AngloGold Ashanti, UJ, UTI, Old Mutual, Transnet, Monash, KFC, Media24, Mr Price and many more!
ARTICLES FROM HUMAN CAPITAL REVIEW
Interactive Culture Change Model
*BEST SELLER* In my new book, A Journey of Diversity & Inclusion in South Africa which has just been published, I discuss the interactive culture change model. This is a 10-step model routed in direct and active engagement from leadership. This model relies on the critical interplay between the Head (the ‘knowing’ or intellectual buy-in), the Heart (the ‘being’ or emotional buy-in), and the Hands (the ‘doing’ or visible behaviour change). — Nene Molefi, Author, Lecturer, Diversity Collegium member and internationally Thought-leader in diversity and inclusion, values-driven leadership and transformation
Why Wisdom Can't Be Taught
In the pursuit of wisdom, executives may find themselves taking off their masks to become truly authentic and reflective leaders. The day after becoming the CEO of a company facing turbulent times, David had a dream. In it, while walking on a beach he discovered a bottle. On opening, a genie appeared offering him a wish in exchange for her freedom. Eschewing riches, fame or a long life, David opted for the one thing he knew he needed to help him guide his people in the best way possible. He chose the gift of wisdom. — Manfred Kets de Vries, INSEAD Distinguished Clinical Professor of Leadership Development & Organisational Change