Tag Archives: Team

You Might Not Like it, But Bad is Stronger than Good


By Manie Bosman The owner of a car dealership I once knew was regarded by most who knew him as a complex man. He demanded that each working day started with a motivational team talk which was compulsory for all … Continue reading

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To Lead In The Global Village You Must Adapt To The Cultural Jungle


By Manie Bosman No doubt that one of the most popular buzz-terms of our time is “global leadership” – I just did a Google search and got no less than 3 100 000 hits! So while it seems that a … Continue reading

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10 Critical Skills Required to Lead Effectively in a Globalized World


By Manie Bosman Fifty years ago, in many countries, cultural diversity in the workplace probably referred to a handful of employees speaking with a slight accent who preferred to have home-cooked soup in a flask instead of a burger and … Continue reading

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When Underdogs Outperform The Stars


By Manie Bosman Everyone loves a good “underdog” story and in the world of sport it doesn’t get much better than this: On Saturday 29 October the Golden Lions (a squad of underdogs sporting only three players with any international … Continue reading

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