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Re-examining personal resilience

Re-examining personal resilience

Is bouncing back enough?

Overconfidence: The mother of all biases

Overconfidence: The mother of all biases

People say confidence is key; but overconfidence is a serious risk in decision-making.

10 questions to ask before you believe in a business model

10 questions to ask before you believe in a business model

Some business models are inherently more attractive than others, yet investors and other stakeholders often don’t ask the obvious questions. Here’s a checklist that makes sure you are not one of them.

How to develop a high-impact team

How to develop a high-impact team

Creating the right environment and implementing five key coaching habits are crucial.

Leading under pressure

Leading under pressure

To control the anxiety produced by moments of intense pressure, first step back and analyse the stakes.

What’s the future of the office?

What’s the future of the office?

The choices employees and employers must make about the future of work could be among the most important they face.

The principles of learning from prototypes

The principles of learning from prototypes

Prototypes are a great way to get customer feedback about elements of your proposed innovation before you have to invest a ton of resources in them. But there is a bit of science to how you draw the lessons a prototype can teach you.

Life-defining moments

Life-defining moments

No one knows how much time they have been given on this planet.

3 steps to optimising your firm’s hybrid work strategy

3 steps to optimising your firm’s hybrid work strategy

You need a strong process to reconcile the needs and wants of your various stakeholders.

A much-needed dose of reality

A much-needed dose of reality

Taking concepts for granted because they are so obvious and following accounting rules too slavishly can prevent businesses from dealing with the complex, uncertain world in which they exist.

5 ways to avoid the pitfalls of binary decisions

5 ways to avoid the pitfalls of binary decisions

Before you decide, check how the question is framed to ensure you have all the information you need and have considered all your options.

Does working from home destroy creativity?

Does working from home destroy creativity?

There’s no question that people are craving more social interaction, and having fewer random interactions, but that does not mean that people working from home are being less innovative.

Unlearn: because a new world needs new ideas

Unlearn: because a new world needs new ideas

UCT GSB Executive Education is structured to help people, at every stage of their leadership journey, to invest in themselves and add value to their organisations.