Welcome to Episode 13 of Radio Omnicor At Omnicor we are driven to understand as much as possible in the current organisational and development space. Each episode features fascinating guests who will share tools and the latest thinking to help you grow your business, team and your own career. Dr. Nokwethemba Mtshali is the Chief […]
This episode shines a spotlight on the hugely successful Dennis Zietsman, who was appointed as Deputy Group Chairman of Servest in 2011 and co-founded the Servest Group in 1997 with Kenton Fine.
Servest is a leading facilities management group that is a household name. The Group employs in excess of 50 000 people with a billion dollar turnover across operations, globally.
So what does that take to run it?
This month: Cathy Farlam Ashton is in studio with Colleen McLintock to give you a behind-the-scenes look at competencies.
This month: Farai Madzima, UX trailblazer, is in studio with Colleen Mclintock and Marcel Harper in what can only be described as our hippest episode so far!
Prof Hennie Kriek, CEO of TTS and highly acclaimed academic, is in studio with Colleen Mclintock, Hilton Rudnick and Marcel Harper.
In this panel interview format, the discussion looks back into the practice of psychometrics, and to the future – or where it may end up. The current practice of online assessments is unpacked and Prof explains the pros and cons… some which may surprise you.
In this episode, James Ashton takes us on an epic journey, so beautifully narrated that it will have you transported to faraway places and spaces. He shares his very personal story of starting Omnicor with his wife Cathy Farlam, and how they built a business with passion and purpose at a time in South Africa’s history that demanded sensitivity and vision.
This month: Dr Hilton Rudnick is in the studio with Colin Browne, and we discuss the thorny issue of organisational culture.
Colin has a very important message about leadership and their impact on the organisational culture and climate. His metaphor of the happy sandpit immediately sets the tone for the conversation.
Colin has a unique perspective as a journalist, researcher and business owner, and has dealt with the hard realities of leadership himself. What are the factors that will get your team excited to come to work and which potentially chase them away?
This episode is a must-listen for new leaders and those struggling with this complex issue, with practical steps to improve your current work climate.
This month: Professor Jansen is known for his strong views on transformation, peaceful reconciliation and unity, which he has pursued in earnest at UFS. Jansen stepped down as UFS Rector and Vice-Chancellor to become a Fellow at the Centre for Advanced Studies in the Behavioural Sciences at Stanford University in the US.
In recognition of his contribution to education Prof Jansen has received honorary doctorates in education from the United Kingdom and the USA, including one from the University of Edinburgh. Prof Jansen has published several books, is a columnist in leading newspapers in the country and has a large social media following.
Our time was short but we managed to touch on some really interesting issues – for example, why did Prof leave SA and is he coming back? How do we address racism in SA amongst our friends and community? What is a Tarzan Leader and how do we bring some heart back to our leadership decisions?
Listen to this month’s podcast and find out the answer to these and many more questions.
This month: Helen Nicholson has been called “The Networking Queen” by many of her clients. She is the director of The Networking Company, specialising in teaching people to Master the art of networking. She has recently published the business best seller: “Networking- How to get your black belt in business success”
This week features Arthur Goldstuck, an award-winning IT journalist and widely regarded as South Africa’s leading expert on Internet and mobile technology trends.
Is your organisation ready for the future? Will your job look the same in 5 years? 10 year? Beyond?