Top of mind I would say that the growth and expansion of the African Continent is inevitable. The challenge would be who will steer this expansion? Africans or expats? That brings us to the question of availability and retention of “African” talent.
It is justifiable to say that governments need to apply different policies and measures in order to be able to minimise or alleviate economic difficulties they may face. Let us consider a few of them.
A lot has happened and is still happening in Africa. The pace and speed of development on one hand, and the seemingly daunting challenges of the African continent on the other hand, as against its enormous natural and human resources are all exciting in their rights.
According to Jean Houston in her article “Social Artistry”, too many of the problems in societies today stem from leadership. Unfortunately such leadership is grossly ill prepared to deal with present diversity and complexity.
Stallone-Obaraemi Samuel is a Senior Human Resources Manager with TNS Global, and has bagged about 10 years of experience and practice. He also runs an educational organization via which he grants basic education scholarship to a few African children, plus hopes to grow the number of beneficiaries in time. His interview with ABC:
The expression “employee engagement” has been used so many times that some people are beginning to think that it is gradually losing its meaning. To human resource practitioners, it is a key expression considering the fast-moving nature of the job world.