While this column addresses the corporate side of people management as opposed to the actual people themselves, there are times when exceptions can be made, like the start of a new year, when we are mostly optimistic and motivated to say some things about self-improvement.
We left off with select members of the Bechuanaland Protectorate (BP) Police busy giving Constable Moabelo, Sergeant Pio and other members of the South African Police (S.A.P.) Special Branch (SB) the run around in their efforts to discover the location of Mandela.
Most of Botswana came to a standstill on the evening of October 16, 2019, while we watched and listened to a panel of our Presidential candidates, go head-to-head in a first of its kind for Botswana, Presidential debate.
This is the question that has reverberated through my inbox since I started talking about talent management, with readers sharing their various frustrations with ‘ungrateful and disloyal employees who stay long enough to benefit and then leave before you benefit from your investment in them&rs...
Jaaka re tle re dire motlha mongwe, e tlaa re le gompieno re boelele polelo ele ya phuthego ya Tsootsha e re neng ra bua ka yone maloba ka go na le sengwe se re sa ntseng re batla go latlhela la rona la mmotlana ka sone.
Previously we compared general training, or maybe you call it something else like capacity building or development, but yes, we compared training with talent management to assess the resemblance, and if none, then the relationship, between them.
We left off late in the afternoon of January 11, 1962 with Mandela’s driver Mohammed Cajee, then travelling under the alias Mohammed Ismael, having been hauled into the Lobatse police station for disturbing the peace for conduct arising from a drinking binge at the Lobatse Hotel.