Monthly Archives: January 2012

The art of skilful conversation

WHEN last did you have a truly stimulating and fruitful conversation that generated thought and/or inspired action? How often do you really engage with your colleagues and feel that you have learned or conveyed something new and useful? The truth … Continue reading

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Bones thrown, ancestors consulted and business problems solved

MOVE over management consultants and executive coaches. Here come the sangomas. In their animal skins, feathers, beads and Gucci glasses, bones are thrown, ancestors consulted, business and career problems diagnosed, advice and medication dispensed, and MasterCard accepted. With some, you … Continue reading

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Develop your gut-feel to get ahead in business

French scientist, Alexis Carrel said, “All great men are gifted with intuition. They know without reasoning or analysis, what they need to know.” Recent studies among leaders confirm this and underscore the value of developing intuition. BUSINESS is all about … Continue reading

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