In my latest article, I sat down with the CEO of FNB, Bydon Longwe who recently took on the role and has led the bank through a number of successes in a short period. Continue reading Table Talk with Bydon Longwe
A strong work ethic, a focus on continual progress and a desire to see more of the world took Apoorva Mehrotra from his start in fast moving consumer goods in his native India to MD of Airtel Zambia. He shares his journey and vision for Airtel in this exclusive interview with Musonda Kambikambi.. Continue reading Table Talk with Airtel MD Apoorva Mehrotra
Did you know you are a part of the ‘Gig’ Economy? Remember that internship you did for 3 months, what about that once-off article you submitted or the event you helped publicize for free ticket? Yup, all Gig Work. Since you’re a part of it, find out how to survive it. Continue reading The ‘Gig’ Economy and how to survive it.
As the last case-study on the ‘War on Talent Series’ I sat down with the best dynamic duo since milk & cookies; Sekayi (kayi) and Tukiya (kii) Fundafunda, and discussed their survival tactics on the war on talent. Continue reading Surviving the War on Talent: Kayi & Kii Fundafunda
The war on talent isn’t over yet. Welcome to the fourth article on the War on Talent, to read previous articles click here. Meet Violet Mtonga, she Heads Procurement and Logistics for Vodafone in Zambia, which is a multinational telecommunications company. She graciously agreed to meet and share her survival tactics on the War on Talent. Career and Education Current Position: Head of Procurement and Logistics … Continue reading Surviving the War on Talent: Violet S Mtonga
This is the third article on the War on Talent Series. I sat down with the vivacious Gwendoline Williams, to find out how she turned a recreation into talent. Continue reading Surviving the War on Talent: Gwendoline Williams ‘Miss Fit’
This is the second article on the War on Talent Series. I sat down with the formidable Mafipe Chunga, to find out how he was not only surviving the war on talent, but quite frankly flourishing. Continue reading Surviving the War on Talent: Mafipe Chunga.
People being an organisations greatest asset is highly dependent on the people. This need, but lack of talent has brought about ‘the war on talent.’ This series of articles will ensure you not only survive the war on talent, but thrive. Continue reading Surviving the War on Talent: Introduction.