Changing culture and improving engagement CAN be easy in remote teams
A conversation with futurist, Graeme Codrington and workplace culture expert, Stef du Plessis on how to change and influence culture in remote teams and organisations.
Build Back Better - why doing good is more imporant than ever
Futurists, Graeme Codrington and Dean van Leeuwen, in conversation about the power of doing good, and why having a quest to make the world a better place is so important to companies, employee engagement, workplace culture and success in the 2020s.
Helping your people deal with transitions and change
Futurist, Graeme Codrington in conversation with The Unlearning Lady, Zanele Njapha, on the importance of transitions and helping your team deal with them. This is a critical skill in "normal" work environments, and even more important when we are living through deep disruption.
Beyond D&I - harness 'difference' not 'diversity'
Futurist, Graeme Codrington in conversation with Workplace culture and diversity expert, Buhle Dlamini, on the vital importance of going beyond traditional D&I (Diversity & Inclusion) frameworks to fully embrace 'Difference' as a key to building great teams and organisations in the 2020s.
COVID DISRUPTION AND SCHOOLS
An interview with unlearning and transitions expert, Zanele Njapha, on what schools should be doing to enhance long-term innovation and change during these disrupted times.
BUSINESS CONTINUITY THROUGH HUMAN CONTINUITY
Authors of the best-selling book, We Are Still Human, Andy Golding and Brad Shorkend talk about employee engagement in a time of Covid and Digital disruption.
ADAPTIVE LEADERSHIP: THE KEY TO SUCCESS IN THE REST OF THE 2020s
Graeme Codrington and Keith Coats unpack the nature of adaptive organisations and their leaders, and why this is so vital for success in a post-Covid world.
THE IMPACT OF COVID ON 50+ YEAR-OLD WORKERS
An interview with the founder of the Refirement Network on the impact of Covid on the lives, retirement planning and workplace implications for the older generations.
USING COVID TO ACCELERATE DIGITAL ADOPTION
An interview with Tech entrepreneur Rapelang Rabana unpacking the golden opportunities COVID provides us to build fit for purposes companies using digital technology.
COACHING THROUGH CRISIS: Why Executive & Leadership coaching is vital right now
Now, more than ever, leaders need help to navigate the tough times we are going through. Global coaching expert, Sean Weafer will provide invaluable insights.
MINDFULNESS IN TROUBLED TIMES
Helen Nicholson will help us understand the critical importance of the practices of mindfulness, being present in the moment, slowing down to speed up, and self awareness, during times of crisis and stress.
BECOME AN EFFECTIVE ZOOKEEPER: Why communication is more important than ever
The reason why you aren’t getting business is that you suck at communication. Nigel Risner will help you profile both staff and customers, and work out the best way to approach them.
THE INTENTION IMPERATIVE: The power of culture, inspiration & emotion for leaders
Best selling author and global leadership expert, Mark Sanborn talks about the critical importance of culture, inspiration, and emotion for leaders in the world today.
EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN THE NEW ORDER: Holding things together when we're apart
May 19, 1pm Johannesburg / 7am New York
Stef du Plessis will explore how to create a workplace - virtually, or otherwise - where people can do their best work. Especially during times of uncertainty.
AC/DC: LIFE AFTER / DURING COVID
Covid-19 is an era shifting event, and we will investigate what will change forever in the next 12 to 18 months, while also giving a short-term view of the next 12 to 18 weeks.
LESSONS IN SURVIVING AND REVIVING FROM 100+ YEAR OLD FAMILY BUSINESSES
May 15, 11am Johannesburg / 1pm Dubai
The best and oldest family businesses in the world know a thing or two about dealing with crises, and reviving after tough times. Learn their secrets from CEO of RTS Global Partners and family business advisor, Reg Athwal.