Individuals need to avoid communicating on a superficial level because relationships are the currency of the future. In an MBA Family Friendly presentation at Henley Business School Africa, Paula Quinsee, a relationship expert, explained that 90% of problems in relationships are due to poor communication, both at work and at home.
“Gees. A blur!” That was the reaction from Stafford Masie – inventor-entrepreneur, dreamer, financial services sector disruptor, angel investor, lecturer and founder and CEO of tech company Thumbzup – when asked what a day in his life looks like.
The problems facing South Africa are not unique. The rise of income inequality and its close friend poverty is a worldwide phenomenon. All to often business is seen as part of the problem. Where the purpose of business was seen to: “Maximize share holder value”.
Interview with Lance Claasen, Managing Director of communications firm Un-told Media who recently graduated from Henley Business School, talking about how to turn analog radio listeners into digital users.
Discussion with Dean Jon Foster-Pedley from the Henley Business School on creating a Sustainable Business Environment for the Future Generation.
A discussion Jon Foster-Pedley, Dean of Henley Business School on the MBA.