Suppose you have decided to get enrolled in an executive education programme. You must be wondering that this is the right move but do you have any bank balance, do you need support from your manager and get a sign-off from your manager. The first stage for getting in touch with your manager is to […]
If you are working in an organisation as a senior executive, you would have had your fair share of leadership development initiatives over the past few years. Dependent on how effective these were you are likely to have either fond or not so fond memories of these. Executive leadership programmes and certainly executive short courses […]
Has the traditional degree in executive education become obsolete and are they fit for the purpose? Many CEOs today have shifted from investing in traditional executive development degrees to concentrating on executive short courses to add value to their top teams. This type of leadership development programme is designed to have an imediate impact into fast changing organsations. […]
Marketing today has changed significantly from what we saw perhaps a decade ago. For any organsiation doing business in Africa, keeping an eye on digital marketing trends in Africa is certainly invaluable. With the introduction of digital marketing, we’ve seen a huge shift in the way that organisations engage with their customers. No longer is […]
Trust is a crucial ingredient for any sustainable relationship. However, the conditions brought about by Covid 19 pandemic are filled with uncertainty, mortally threatening, and shifting rapidly. With these frightening circumstances, trusting our leaders is an indispensable factor. So if you are constantly seeking to further develop as a leader, how can you ensure you maintain trust during the current challenging time?
Approximately $900 billion of $1.3 trillion spent on digital transformation in 2019 went to waste. In Africa, specifically the opportunity that digital transformation brings is enormously promising.
The need for effective leadership development programmes in Africa has never been more of a priority. With a growing population, significant environmental, and economic challenges we need leaders who can set direction and inspire followers.
Strategies on workers' engagement have assisted in increasing company profits, improving productivity and efficiency, and reducing employee turnover. Effective engagement ensures that employees are happy both at work and at home.
There is little doubt that technology has and will continue to have a significant impact on executive education in both Africa and across the world. Certainly, when it comes to leadership development, the use of technology in education will offer leaders and executives to learn from the best there is.
The growth of executive short courses has been unsurprising. Executive development programmes are filling a need of executives to have short, p to date courses to help them remain competitive.