Reflections From We Run Jozi – Others (Part Two)

This post is a part of a series of my reflections from Nike’s We Run Jozi 10K 2012. Subscribe by email or RSS not to miss upcoming posts in the series. You can also check out the previous posts in the series here.   SANDTON & ALEXANDRA We ran from Sandton and then through Alexandra, […]

Reflections From We Run Jozi – Part One (The Crowd)

I will be doing a series from my experience(s) and reflection from Nike’s We Run Jozi. Subscribe by email or RSS to ensure you don’t miss a post in this series ;-) Running a long distance race has always been one of those dreams I’ve had. After my experience I now have a better idea. […]

Lessons From Preparing for We Run Jozi 10k

This post is a part of the We Run Jozi Series  I’m not as passionate about running as I am about squash (the sport). I would rather play squash than run. Despite this, I signed up to run Nike’s We Run Jozi 10 kilometer run. I’ve always wanted to run a ten and twenty kilometer […]

What You Measure vs. What Is Important

Assessing progress is important in order to measure the investment in resources you’ve made. You are not going to be aware of misappropriation of your resources if you never stop to measure your performance in your set key result areas. Teams and organizations that never stop to take stock of every resource and energy investment miss […]

Leadership Lessons From Julius Malema in Lonmin Tragedy

Being discharged as the African National Congress’ (ANC) youth leader has not stopped Julius Malema from gracing platforms on what has been dubbed the Marikana / Lonmin Tragedy. According to Mail & Guardian and News 24, Malema blamed the government for the “massacre”. He is also said to be assembling a legal team to help free […]