we don’t need leaders practised in the art of pathos – the ability to appeal to the emotions. What we need are leaders who can engage with logos (logic) and ethos (character). We’ve had them in the recent past. Can we find them again?
“Education, like art, is continuous practice, something that integrates and enhances your daily life.”
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Foster-Pedley said he hoped the graduates would take a leaf out of Gordhan’s hat and serve as active corporate citizens with an unshakeable moral compass and sense of purpose to fight institutionalised greed, corruption and state capture so that all South Africans can share in the country’s wealthy, and create a better life for their families and communities.
And ironically, if we go back to the study, it’s the micro-businesses that encourage the greatest degree of latitude when it comes to side-hustling.
While the Dean welcomes the present response to bribery, corruption and State capture, he asserts, “Sooner or later it will be business as usual and the onus is on us as teachers and mentors to ensure that our next generation of leaders don’t become complacent and slip back into the bad old ways. Just as corruption becomes systemic, we need to be educating our future leaders in a way that good governance becomes systemic.
Henley has designed the Creative MBA and actively seeks out creatives who may not had the opportunity to join in this journey.
mo As we move through the process of the State Capture inquiry, it can still be difficult to understand even the effect of blatant high-level corruption on the average family in South Africa. How can we begin to have conversations about what is fair remuneration for CEOs, or the difference between exploitative and enabling business…
27 JULY 2018 – 12:03 DAVID FURLONGER Picture: THINKSTOCK Experts in the field discuss the problems schools face, such as the value of teaching ethics, new approaches to leadership and management, the need for “spiritual intelligence”, entrepreneurship in the informal sector, making a difference to society and sensitivity to African development initiatives. • Owen Skae, director, Rhodes…
Corruption and collusion are poisoning SA. Business schools have a critical role to play in creating honest, transparent leadership 01 OCTOBER 2018 – 10:53 JON FOSTER-PEDLEY Once upon a time we were appalled when the minister of health squandered R15m on the musical Sarafina 2. That was 1995. Today, we wince and brace for more bad…