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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.
Chizoba Mojekwu, the Director of Capacity Development at the Central Bank of Nigeria, share's her view and experience of Employee Engagement.
"Engaged employees are employees that are fully subscribed to the organisation and will push for the organisation’s success"
As Zimbabwe and the rest of Africa holds its breath, we look at what how Emmerson Mnangagwa's inauguration can provide an opportunity for foreign investment and human capital.
After the International Air Transport Association's Annual Assembly in Kigali, Rwanda, it would seem the call for a more flexible approach to talent management and employee engagement in the aviation sector has been heard.
We sat down with Sarah Roe, Director of Global Career Company and Chairman of Friends of Education Africa UK, to discuss the relationship between company and charity and the positive impacts on both your Employer Brand and your Employee Engagement.
Why is it important for your business to retain millennials and what are the best methods. This blog explores the ins and outs of this new generation of young African professionals
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. When a reported 74% of employees want to walk away from their jobs, it is no wonder that employers value such optimal performance from staff, otherwise known as engaged employees
Talent Agenda Series talks to Precious Murena-Nyika about the challenges women face in the African job market and how diversity can drive business in Africa.
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