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By : Ralf Sibande with Steve & Eugenie Banhegyi
Note: this article is written using the perspective of Zulu leadership and knowledge systems.
The western business leadership education model provides comprehensive and detailed information in myriad specialist fields but fails to emphasise a holistic and integrative approach to human development in the context of working life. This lack of a holistic approach causes a problematic discontinuity between the experience of home/community life and the world of work where the all-important ‘soft skills’ of interpersonal behaviour are rarely reflected upon.
Submitted by storytelling on 10 December 2009 - 11:55am. categories [ ]
Zulu culture, language, spirituality & traditions SIG
This SIG looks at the Zulu language and its ancient roots as a key to opening its deeper meanings about African cosmology. We look at words, concepts and stories, their derivation as well as concepts which also exist in other Afican languages.
Submitted by KMAadmin on 7 July 2009 - 2:31pm. categories [ ]