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To be a great manager, you must have an extensive set of skills. For your long-term success, it's wise to analyze your management skills in all areas – and then to challenge yourself to improve in all of these areas.

How to craft best practices in leadership and people development to suit any organisational model and drive sustainable growth.

Culture is a core element of any organisation and should not be left unattended to morph and take its own shape.

As the global economic outlook gets bleaker by the day, with the South African market following suit while battling its own additional and unique challenges,

Following the festive season break, getting back into the swing of work and finding the energy and motivation to do so can be a challenging task for many employees.

There are few things as hard in management and leadership as that of taking over an existing team, especially if you are a new manager.

Want to know how to be a leader who promotes diversity and keeps employees motivated in the workplace? Lizanne de Jong looks at the challenges of being a leader in the 21st century.

Are you ready to move into a managerial role? If you are looking for a new challenge or a promotion at work it might be a good idea to start preparing yourself for a senior position.

Various business schools, universities, and other educational institutions offer a wide variety of management courses; but are these training programmes adequately preparing managers for the professional market?

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

Organisational culture is the elephant in the room; big, powerful, and capable of trampling anything that it doesn’t like.

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

Shocking statistics reveal that women are still getting the “short end of the stick” in the workplace.

Bullying. It’s restricted to schoolyards, isn’t it? Oh no, it’s not! It happens in many spheres, including business and management, even the boardroom.

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.

Lawyers and legal advisors working in Africa should be good managers and great leaders, with a comprehensive understanding of the business world’s complexities and shifting paradigms of emerging market economies.

While factors like innovative products, quality services and cutting edge strategies play a part in the success of a business, none of these can be effectively implemented without engaged employees

Helene Vermaak, Director at The Human Edge says that micromanagement minimises autonomy, initiative and positive relationships and is unfortunately very prevalent in most work environments.

Leadership styles change. What never changes is the need for corporate leaders to motivate teams, make profits and deliver efficiency improvements.

Whether you have been promoted within the organisation or have walked into an entirely new management position, making a good first impression is always challenging.

Ethical conduct in the workplace is of the utmost importance. Infusing a culture of moral sensitivity throughout an organisation is not just in line with the survival of society it is also key to the survival of business.

Universum South Africa recently announced its Most Attractive Employer 2015.

Female leaders face many challenges in the workplace today as a result of socialisation and warped patterns of thinking that continue to hinder transformation.

Seventy-eight percent of South Africa’s managers say that they have to take on
additional work each week to compensate for under-performing staff. Are you
suffering because of poor performance in the workplace?

Imagine a job where your work isn?t appreciated, your effort goes unnoticed, and you
could be replaced in an instant. Managers need to pay attention to front line
employees and do what they can to be a source of encouragement and support.