Individuals need to avoid communicating on a superficial level because relationships are the currency of the future. In an MBA Family Friendly presentation at Henley Business School Africa, Paula Quinsee, a relationship expert, explained that 90% of problems in relationships are due to poor communication, both at work and at home.
“Gees. A blur!” That was the reaction from Stafford Masie – inventor-entrepreneur, dreamer, financial services sector disruptor, angel investor, lecturer and founder and CEO of tech company Thumbzup – when asked what a day in his life looks like.
The problems facing South Africa are not unique. The rise of income inequality and its close friend poverty is a worldwide phenomenon. All to often business is seen as part of the problem. Where the purpose of business was seen to: “Maximize share holder value”.
The precariat is a new social class being formed by people who have an existence without predictability or security. This is the phenomenon that fuelled Trump’s success and drove Brexit and a global phenomenon. It demands that we all think in new ways about how we work and lead.
After a rigorous and insightful deep dive into what sustainability is with the Dean of Henley Business School Africa, Raldu Nel, CEO of Blank Canvas Int. and Chairman of the African Sustainable Development Association, now joins Gareth Armstrong in studio for this #AskAnExpert feature. Together they discuss the business case for sustainability, where questions include: What are the potential cost savings and bottom line impact of sustainability?
Jon Foster-Pedley, Dean of Henley Business School Africa, looks closely at and asks hard questions of this thing we keep on hearing about called Sustainability. Raldu Nel, CEO of Blank Canvas Int. and Chairman of the African Sustainable Development Association, joins Jon in studio for this #WhatsTrending conversation to offer his insights and expert view of sustainability, as well as the current trends being experienced in that space.