Join me explore the skills, occupations and industuries that will define the future of work in Zambia. Continue reading Skills for the future of work
Originally posted on Musonda Speaks HR:
Your CV is usually aimed at time-impoverished professionals, thus it’s no surprise that research conducted by Ladders found that recruiters spend an average of 6 seconds actively looking at CV’s during the initial shortlisting phase. It took you more time to read this article’s introduction than a recruiter will actively spend examining your CV. Thus, it’s up to you to… Continue reading 8 Things Wrong with your CV.
The need for people to create and implement compelling business strategy in an ever-changing volatile global landscape has created a ‘war for talent.’ Find out how you can come out on top whether you’re an individual, organisation or even a Nation! Continue reading A blueprint for surviving the war for talent
This Women’s Day, join me as I explore the slow rise of the Zambian Female CEO. Continue reading The slow rise of the female CEO
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
Given the fluidity of the COVID-19 situation, the immediate future of work will depend on our ability to create it Join me as I review the options every employer and employee should be considering. Continue reading The IMMEDIATE Future of Work: COVID-19 and the Zambian workplace.
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
Over 2 months ago I embarked on an amazing journey of Employee Satisfaction in Zambia, find out where it lead me in this article. Continue reading I Can’t Get No SATISFACTION: A Tale of Employee Satisfaction in Zambia
‘Burnt out, overwhelmed and out of alignment.’ That, was my narrative when I approached the 5 amazing women featured in this article. Like the old adage goes ‘it takes a village’ and my goals & ambitions were my proverbial child. Thus I went to my ‘village’ and they did not disappoint, they never do. This is what I came back with. Continue reading We Speak HR: Glass Ceilings, The Impostor Syndrome & Everything in Between
Meet Mubanga, Mubanga has theoretical knowledge about sales and is excited to do her job, but she doesn’t know how to handle difficult clients. Also Meet Choolwe. Choolwe has theoretical knowledge about sales and he knows how to apply it, clients always feel comfortable around him unlike Mubanga. But Choolwe is perpetually late and sometimes takes naps in the break room. Should we be managing their performance in the same way? Continue reading The That, How & Why of Performance Management