As organisations and individuals deal with the psychological and financial fallout of the pandemic as well as escalating geopolitical tension, leaders need to take a more active role.

"Given this unsettling background, the demands on corporate leadership have changed dramatically. Today’s corporate leaders are faced with navigating a complex scenario that is not only volatile and uncertain, but also difficult to decode. As leaders of industry, we will have to transcend traditional paradigms, and foster and encourage a culture of resilience, adaptability, and ethical responsibility", says Malcolm Curror, CEO of United Manganese of Kalahari...

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