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Highway Signpost “Mentorship”

Are your companies’ mentoring efforts adding enough value?

Tweet A cornerstone of almost all business strategies is the need to get more out of people. It’s because of this that mentoring remains a key component of many development programmes. Especially in South Africa at this time there is […]

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Excuses for Complacency

Excuses for Complacency

Tweet It’s no secret that we at TomorrowToday are fans of Seth Godin, the author and business thinker. We often share his daily blogs internally and discuss them – they’re inspirational and insightful. Here’s one from a while ago that […]

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enneagram

Mentoring and Development – The Enneagram as a development tool

Tweet We have been using the Enneagram as an assessment instrument in a Top Talent development programme for a large corporation.  We have been wowed by the insights this tool has given us into the development needs of the 200 […]

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Surfing the TIDES of Change – part 1

Surfing the TIDES of Change – part 1

Tweet An introduction to a three part series looking at harnessing the power of the TIDES of change.  The video considers the parallels with surfing and how we can use the surfing analogy and metaphor to “Surf the TIDES of […]

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back to school

What teachers really want to tell parents

Tweet As southern hemisphere schools start up a new academic year, and teachers and pupils head back to school, the single biggest complaint I hear repeatedly when speaking to teachers has to do with parents. Over the past decade or […]

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unsocial train newspapers

Idealising the past: Being unsocial

Tweet A few weeks ago the following picture was doing the rounds on Twitter and Facebook, under the heading: “modern technology makes us more unsocial”: There’s an excellent point to be made in this photo, and in the similar I […]

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Future Fit # 22: On becoming an adaptive leader : Danger Alert!

Future Fit # 22: On becoming an adaptive leader : Danger Alert!

Tweet Future Fit # 22: Danger Alert! Head: The word ‘leader’ derives from the Indo-European root ‘leit’ – the word used for the flag-bearer who would carry the flag into battle. Being a colour bearer was considered a mark of […]

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Future Fit # 21: On becoming an adaptive leader: Best ask.

Future Fit # 21: On becoming an adaptive leader: Best ask.

Tweet TomorrowToday has promised to help you start the journey towards being future fit – to becoming an adaptive leader. Being merely a ‘good leader’ will not suffice when it comes to meeting the challenge of the future. You will […]

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Future Fit # 20: On becoming an adaptive leader: The unspeakable

Future Fit # 20: On becoming an adaptive leader: The unspeakable

Tweet TomorrowToday has promised to help you start the journey towards being future fit – to becoming an adaptive leader. Being merely a ‘good leader’ will not suffice when it comes to meeting the challenge of the future. You will […]

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Future Fit # 19: On becoming an adaptive leader: Avoiding distraction

Future Fit # 19: On becoming an adaptive leader: Avoiding distraction

Tweet TomorrowToday has promised to help you start the journey towards being future fit – to becoming an adaptive leader. Being merely a ‘good leader’ will not suffice when it comes to meeting the challenge of the future. You will […]

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Future Fit # 18: On becoming an adaptive leader: Meetings!

Future Fit # 18: On becoming an adaptive leader: Meetings!

Tweet TomorrowToday has promised to help you start the journey towards being future fit – to becoming an adaptive leader. Being merely a ‘good leader’ will not suffice when it comes to meeting the challenge of the future. You will […]

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Future Fit # 17: On becoming an adaptive leader: The paradox dilemma

Tweet TomorrowToday has promised to help you start the journey towards being future fit – to becoming an adaptive leader. Being merely a ‘good leader’ will not suffice when it comes to meeting the challenge of the future. You will […]

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