Tag: leadership

When I think about leadership, I always start by thinking about how leadership has always been defined. Visually, it’s the pictures of men in sharp suits and womxn who are power-dressing, standing with arms crossed and no smiles, because, how else would we know they are serious and mean business? Thinking of it in terms of…

There are many reasons why people experience anxiety at the thought of confrontation or needing to have difficult conversations. Sometimes, it’s a fear of authority. Sometimes, it’s because people are socialised to believe that elders, whether at home or at work are not to be challenged. Sometimes, it’s because people don’t know how to have…

Join Sihle Bolani at the Open Book Festival on 4th and 5th September 2019. Tickets available through Webtickets Visit the Open Book Festival website to view the full programme.  

Sihle Bolani will be delivering a Keynote Address at the “Working While Black” event on July 11th, hosted by the Black Management Forum Young Professionals.  

  Conversations in corporate professional circles are increasingly turning to the mass exodus of young, dynamic talent in the workplace, more so now when younger generations of employees feel less obliged to stay with organisations out of gratitude or a fear of their resumes looking erratic. In order to attract (and keep) young talent whilst…