The Problem: Finding time to be a good leader seems to be a big issue.

Our team spends a lot of our time facilitating leadership development programmes. Companies around the world send their top people on training courses to help them step up, be more productive and become better leaders. One of the biggest complaints
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Latest Tomorrow Trends Podcast now available

Join our team for 30 minutes to listen to our latest episode of the Tomorrow Trends podcast – we’re confident that it’ll be 30 minutes well spent, learning new ideas, thinking a little out of the box and some inspiration
The flying housewife

The ‘Flying Housewife’: Sexism and five things men can do to ‘wise-up’

In the 1948 London Olympics Dutch athlete, Francina “Fanny” Blankers-Koen, a 30 year-old mother of two, won four gold medals and was the most successful athlete at those Games. She retired from athletics in 1955 after a stellular career that
Tuesday Tips

Tuesday Tips: Something different to try – in order to grow as a leader

In one of the ‘Leadership Lessons’ in our Future Fit Video Series (A series of practical exercises to grow your skills as a future-fit leader), Keith provides some insights around change being the constant context for leadership. Keith speaks about how ‘unrelenting global change
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Retaining your Talent

By Nikki Bush and Raymond de Villiers Retaining talent is becoming one of the most pressing points of pain in human resources today. Young, high performing individuals seem to have developed a wanderlust. They get bored quickly and are always

3 Essential shifts that leaders need to make to lead effectively in a changing world

In the course of my work I am often asked the question, ‘what do I / we need to do in order to thrive in the future?’ Of course that question comes in multiple formats but essentially that is the

Hacking DNA: Customise your baby.

For the first time ever scientists can change, discard and rearrange the DNA of nearly any living organism, including you and me. Think about the consequences of being able to do this: From the elimination of certain diseases to saving
Tuesday Tips

Tuesday Tip: Getting your team to ‘think like a futurist’ – to see the bigger picture

The problem: All too often team meetings become routine, centred on the usual operational issues and well…a little boring. The need to get our team members to (what we in TomorrowToday call), ‘look out the window’, to see the bigger
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Managing Talent Meaningfully

by Nikki Bush & Raymond de Villiers Talent management, as a discipline, has seen a shift over time to managing resources instead of managing people. In amongst all the processes and procedures surrounding human resources today we have lost the
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How to keep and engage your customers in a world of digital integration

It’s clear to anybody who engages with customers (and employees) on a regular basis that they are a new breed! Customers today are changing dramatically. Part of it is because we live in a digital age where there’s more connection,
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The challenge of working on the business not just in the business

For entrepreneurs the challenge is always how to work on their business and not merely in their business. This duel role that is required of most small business owners is extremely taxing and difficult. Those that are able to grow
Tuesday Tips

Tuesday Tip: Why you should embrace failure

Historically we have been taught that failure is unacceptable. We have translated this perspective into a view that treats failure in the workplace as a cost or liability. Consequently, we have created cultures where failure is hidden, rather than one
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