In an age of increasing technological innovation and uncertainty, it is important now more than ever to reshape our definitions of what leadership is and how we want to pass the baton onto the leaders of tomorrow.
With over 20,000 respondents for this year's survey, the Employer of Choice Survey 2018 remains Africa's number 1 choice to answer your questions on employee engagement and employer branding across the African continent.
The Careers in Africa Employer of Choice Study sees seven of last year's top 10 once again in leading positions. If it's variation you want, though, looing furher down the list of brands and digging into the attraction and engagement drivers that support the ranking will reveal some big changes.
Please follow the link below to read the full article inspired by the Employer of Choice survey in 2018. This article was originally published in African Business Magazine.
5% of CEO roles in Africa are held by women. Let that figure sink in a moment. For a continent where women outnumber men, according to the 2011 census by the Worldstat, you might think this percentage shocking. And it is.
Our profile this week is one of our speaker for the Talent Series Agenda Johannesburg 2017, Matthew Higgins, the Director of Venturemates Africa Limited. We sit down to discuss the opportunities technology and innovation can afford to Southern Africa.
Some African countries have the wildest growing economies in the world owing to improved infrastructure, enhanced economic management, increased production of goods and services and the expansion of the middle class. Despite these positive aspects, talent management, a very instrumental element in sustainable economic growth, is still a concern in most of the industries in Africa.
It is the dream of every company or organisation to acquire and retain highly qualified and dedicated personnel to ensure that optimal performance is attained all the time. The employer may decide to use the reactive or proactive recruitment approach.
Economic uncertainty coupled with a skills shortage and high unemployment are some of the challenges currently facing companies of all sizes across South Africa. The appointment of key business leadership positions is often overlooked until short-term challenges arise, leading to a chaotic scramble to find the most suitable candidate.