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Articles on Leadership and Management Training


Conflict is inevitable when leading and working with diverse people daily, especially in a confined space such as an office.


People management experience is a valuable skill that can propel your career forward in many ways. 


Boss’s Day was on 16 October, so we've decided to focus on leadership skills and what good managers need to be a true “captain of their ship.” 


Do you ever wonder what style of leadership you portray and whether you can improve yourself through knowing this? 


Working as a risk and compliance manager requires a lot of expertise and thorough attention to detail. If you are currently considering pursuing this path, it is important to understand what the position requires as well as how a Risk Management course can help you with this career.


You’ve heard it a million times: managers who are too involved in the work of their team members are described as micromanagers.


Generation Y – also known as millennials – are fast infiltrating management positions.


If you are a newly appointed team leader, you are probably aware that your main responsibility is to keep your team aligned with the company’s goals and to make sure your team members reach them by the deadline. 


Young, new employees tend to offer your business positives and negatives.


Most organisations will undergo periods of change and uncertainty at some point. Mergers, acquisitions, new management and leadership are some of the dynamics that can lead to change.


Any discussion about solving South Africa’s challenges (or any country’s or organisation’s, for that matter) eventually comes back to the idea of leadership. 


If you are in a management role you will be all too familiar with the stresses associated with senior positions.


An experienced manager with the right training and skills can be a tremendous boon to any organisation. Likewise, a bad manager can have the opposite effect.


The term “Manager” holds a different description in every organisation. For some, it is the bare minimum of managing resources and expenditures. For others, being a Manager means taking on the role of simply being the “boss.”


Employees aren't perfect but there are certain behaviours that can frustrate and demoralise the rest of the team.


Malcolm Forbes defined diversity best when he said “Diversity: the art of thinking independently together.” Diversity is inevitable in life and workplace teams are more diverse than ever before. 


The average corporate reputation score of last year’s reputation research studies conducted by Reputation Matters, a proudly African reputation research company, was 78.4%, a 2.2% decline from 2017 (80.6%). 


Are you considering risk management as a career path? Looking for an affordable, flexible course with a reputable accreditation? We’ve got you covered. Find out how on our website!


Normally people decide to go into the Human Resources field because they are people orientated.

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