After a distinguished legal career in the mining sector, Lerato founded a legal advisory firm that focuses on proactive growth strategies and ethical corporate governance. An alumni of the US Department of State and Fortune magazine’s Most Powerful Women mentoring programme, she is convinced that leading a business well starts with leading yourself well. In this article, she shares nine healthy rhythms that - when consistently applied - result in successful leadership.
Shawn is passionate about supporting entrepreneurs with the skills, insight and access to market opportunities – because it extends impact beyond one person’s life. Believing that a leader's ability to navigate a challenging work environment is key to not only running successful businesses, but also building a healthy society, he shares 5 lessons in meaningful mentorship and leadership development.
Derich's experience in the highly volatile and time-sensitive value chain of fruit exports – from farming to packing, logistics to marketing – has forged in him a self mastery that we can all learn from. This humble, hard-working man walks his talk.
Charmaine works with corporates, government departments and schools to uplift communities through education. She shares lessons learned in how to measure and report on a project's achieved impact, while authentically serving the community.
Batseba challenges those who claim Christians need not be engaged or invested in this world. She argues that Christians should live responsibly, because this does not only glorify God, but results in great personal joy.
In Africa, unemployment is a serious problem. In some cases, however, the reason is lack of drive rather than lack of opportunity. Seifu highlights how the Bible opposes laziness while describing secular work as service to God.
Christian businesspeople who are committed to Biblical ethics, to their employees, to their customers and community, and to excellence, bring glory to God and have a powerful witness for Christ in the marketplace.
Drawing on decades of experience in high profile positions, Martin Kuscus highlights eight characteristics of excellent leaders. His advice is both straightforward and exacting - acknowledging that leadership might be simple in concept, but in reality it places a great demand on one's skill and attention.