Part 1: Building tomorrow's HR leaders: strategies for success

In part one of this article, Debbie Mtshelwane, a lecturer and leader of the HR programme at North-West University Potchefstroom campus, shares strategies for cultivating HR leaders for the future. She stresses the importance of seeing this effort as a crucial part of a complete approach.

CHRO Dinner discusses what to do with the seat at the table

So, as a CHRO, you have a seat at the executive table, now what do you do with it? This was the question posed by HR leaders at a recent CHRO Dinner, as they tried to outline how best to bring value to the profession.

Hello weekend: Downtime with CHROs

From exploring the country to relaxing with a book and a good glass of wine, CHROs share how they like to spend their weekends.

Facing the challenges head on

CHRO South Africa asks the HR community about the challenges they face and how best to address them.

The weekend read

Leading HR executives share their current and most impactful reads.

Part 1 - The genius of the generation gap

In part one of this article, a closer look at how as the digital era advances, older and younger generations collaborate, fostering multi-layered mentorship in the workplace.

Three tools to boost employer brand

Disregarding third party advocacy in employer branding can be detrimental, warns Celeste Sirin, CEO of Employer Branding Africa.

Abdullah Verachia joins the 2023 CHRO Awards judging panel

World-renowned future strategist and disruptor Abdullah Verachia is the latest addition to the 2023 CHRO Awards judging panel. The thought leader says CHROs need to take care of themselves as much as they take care of others.

Four megatrends impacting HR

From climate change to burnout to managing contingent workforces, here are the megatrends affecting the world of work.

Beefing up the skills gap

Upskilling the workforce in the agricultural sector has been critical, says HR manager Cindy Nkgoeng.