This book is an effective tool for job seekers and employers alike; it will broaden your perception regarding seeking employment and how to envision a successful business. Managers and jobseekers will be empowered with skills that will enhance their business, promote high employee morale, and improve employer-employee communication skills, as well as how to expand profit margins with minimal effort.
This blind peer reviewed book systematically records, analyses and assesses for the first time in a single volume the implications of the global development and management of professional evaluation for the African continent. The book deals with the most strategic contemporary evaluation themes.
The story of South Africa’s transition in 1994 to a non-racial democracy has been told many times, principally from the perspective of the political forces for change. But many other factors were at work, over many years, which influenced not only the political outcome, but also the economic philosophy of the new ANC government. This pioneering study explores one such set of factors, via the ideas generated by three quite different privately initiated, but publicly disseminated scenarios.
“Ethical Leadership and the Challenges of Moral Transformation is both challenging and timely. It is published at a critical period in the history of South Africa and the world as we face leadership challenges in the political and economic context. “I recommend this book to anybody interested in new engagements with the real world through the art of morality.” – Prof H Russel Botman
Ethics and Professionalism is essential equipment for such education. Having been constructed on the principles of knowledge progression and outcomes-based education, it sets out explaining the meaning of ethics and its importance for public officials.