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Reuel Khoza, African Humanist and business man, argues that “the philosophical traditions of Africa offer an important contribution to the theory and practice of leadership in the world today.
The effectiveness of your leadership is, to a very large extent, determined by the way you converse, ask questions and interact with your staff. How can people friendly values can be put into the practice of how we create both a humanistic and a profitable organization?