Investec is committed to partnering with women as they rise and is celebrating women who are at the top of their game – in business, education and sport. Investec South Africa is using this year’s International Women’s Day, Friday 8 March, to launch its ‘Women on the Rise’ Campaign which salutes and celebrates its year-round…Details
Over the years the great German car marques like Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Audi have slowly moved towards creating more than just luxury family vehicles. Today each of them has a thoroughbred supercar that will easily compete with the famous Italian brands.
To avoid the risks and negative consequences of ethical gaps, there needs to be an alignment between what is said and done within the organisation. Saying and doing need to be focused on what’s right for the business, its people and its stakeholders
You’re invited to speak at an event. Your travel and accommodation will be paid for and you get to tour a new city! It doesn’t matter if this city is in your own country or abroad, every audience is different and you are still perceived as the ‘foreigner’. So, here is what you do…Details
Maybe you just need to take that leap of faith and step out of your comfort zone to start living your passion and desired lifestyle. Accountants are often perceived to be resistant towards change. Trust me, I was too … A comfort zone is known as a place or situation where you feel safe and…Details
The technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution are transforming society and reshaping our future. While the technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution offer extraordinary opportunities, they pose a number of challenges including, for example, impacts on the workforce with advances in artificial intelligence, strains on privacy and freedom of expression, what limits – if any…Details
Ethics is not prioritised enough in corporate South Africa and according to a survey conducted in both the private and public sectors, the country’s leaders are failing us. The 2018 AEPF Ethical Practices Survey reveals how unethical behaviour is perceived by professionals in the governance, auditing, risk management, fraud management and ethical practices domain in…Details
Behaving ethically means acting in ways consistent with what society and citizens typically think are good values. Ethical behaviour is good for business and involves demonstrating respect for key moral principles that include honesty, fairness, equality, dignity, diversity and individual rights. Refraining from shady practices Sustainability Diversity and inclusion Exploitation Donations and contributionsDetails
To avoid the risks and negative consequences of ethical gaps, there needs to be an alignment between what is said and done within the organisation. Saying and doing need to be focused on what’s right for the business, its people and its stakeholders.