Author name: DJNell

PROGNOSIS OF CHANGE

Many organisations currently find themselves operating in highly unpredictable environments characterised by decreasing levels of stability. Such organisations often find themselves having to adjust a projected course due to unanticipated external factors. An organisation’s lifespan may be at risk if their prognosis for change is low.  When considering recruitment and/or development of an individual, what […]

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AN EXCO OF MBA’S

“But they have an MBA?” – if only we had a Rand for every time business/hiring managers say this to us in an assessment feedback session. Qualifications do not equate to strategic thinking ability. For example, an MBA provides an individual with models and learnings upon which to draw, but does not guarantee the thinking ability required

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THE PENDULUM EFFECT

Today, high-touch leadership practices are a game-changer. As the pendulum has swung in favour of digital efficiency, the need for intimacy and connection has increased.  In the 1980’s, John Naisbitt* predicted that our workplaces would evolve to become more ‘high-tech’, while losing our ability to be ‘high-touch’. He was spot on. People are longing to be understood,

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I AM MORE THAN YOU SEE

Have you recruited a person with the right qualifications, experience, and a can-do attitude, only to be disappointed by their performance. What went wrong? The word assessment or psychometric is often met with intrigue and angst. Intrigue at what one may learn, and angst at what one may uncover. We will be sharing our insights

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