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Consciousness: the new currency in 21st-Century leadership

May 20, 2013

Humanity Search and Select contends that each organisation has its own unique personality – created by the consciousness of its leaders. What’s more, she has the tools to help them find teams whose consciousness quotients match that of the role in the context of the organisational profile. If you think that businesses are rigid structures with no personality, then you …

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Organisational personality disorders stem from leadership

May 20, 2013

Humanity Search and Select contests that an organisation is only as strong as its leadership… mentally speaking. If you tend to think that businesses are rigid structures with no personality then you would be wrong. Businesses can be brave, indifferent, cocky, soft spoken, wise, brash, lazy and can even have multiple personalities. If one has to think of a business …

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A conscious approach to retaining talent

May 20, 2013

If businesses want to retain key talent, head hunters should be embraced instead of kept at arm’s length.  Emerging markets have become a dominant force on the world stage. Dianna Games, CEO of Africa At Work recently said in a recent Business Day article that new opportunities are seeing more South African businesses begin their expansion across borders. This expansion …

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Where can SA turn for leadership?

May 20, 2013

‘Consciousness’ may be the key to gaining more confidence in both private and public sector leaders.  A fish rots from the head down. While this may not be biologically correct, its meaning is anchored in centuries of human history – i.e. when an organisation, nation, or state fails, leadership is generally to blame. At the end of the day, is …

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The recruitment revolution. Don’t get left behind

May 20, 2013

The article “TITLE” in our June edition which revealed a groundbreaking approach to recruitment has caused quite a stir in the HR field. This wasn’t surprising since it questioned the fundamentals of the recruitment practises that HR has been reliant on for decades – that of matching functional competencies to a job spec as the primary method of candidate selection. …

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