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Ongoing revelations at the different Commissions of Enquiry are exposing the lack of agile and ethical leaders in South Africa.
Any leader who has not undergone leadership training may no longer be fully qualified for their position, because they haven't been trained to operate with agility and ethics.
With pressure to churn out results and perform at higher levels, the risk of resorting to unethical conduct increases.
We need to turn this around to create a better South Africa for not only ourselves, but our children and future generations.
In the morning session on Agility, you'll learn:
- Agility as defined in the IT world.
- 4 levels of Agility for companies.
- 7 types of Agility.
- 7 qualities of Agility.
- The 3 key factors that determine Agility in a company.
- A comparison of leadership in the Mechanical and Digital Worlds.
- How leaders will be chosen in the future.
- Ways to enhance Agility in your company.
In the afternoon session on Ethics, you'll learn:
- A unique and comprehensive model that explains how and why people develop the Ethics they do to help delegates understand themselves and others.
- A series of Home Truths on Ethics.
- A definition of Ethics that speaks to the model.
- Causes of unethical behaviour.
- Qualities of ethical people.
- Tips and hacks for living and working in an ethical manner.
In a workplace of increasing transparency, ethical leadership is now a must-have.
HR Future: Stress Management and Motivation for High Performers
The work environment has changed drastically over the last few years and as we transition to the Fourth Industrial Revolution, employers need to be aware of the changing risks that business will face.
One of these risks is stress.
In South Africa, the state of the economy, with its political, economic and financial factors means that employees are living in much more stressful times.
It also doesn't help that employees are spending more time in meetings, sitting at their desks and living a more sedentary life due to technology.
A recent study conducted by the South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG) revealed that more than 40% of all work-related illness is due to work-related stress, major depression, burnout and anxiety disorders.
Depression costs South Africa more than R232 billion or 5.7 percent of the country’s GDP due to lost productivity either due to absence from work or attending work whilst unwell, according to the IDEA study of the London School of Economics and Political Science 2016.
It is considered a "hush-hush" topic by some, due to the varying complex situations and environments every employee faces in their personal lives, however, it is a very REAL topic that needs to be addressed.
We won't say we've cracked the code (there's no one quick fix formula), but we do have a process to take individuals on, with non-linear thinking.
One of the steps in this process involves going through a tried and tested model among some of the most respected and admired minds of South Africa, and deemed absolutely brilliant, refreshing and future-focused!
Let your employees go on a journey that will steer them in a positive direction (both in their personal and professional lives) and see the results manifest in the workplace!
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