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SABPP Leadership Standard Launch On 26th October 2017

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The Leadership Standard Launch On 26th October Will Be An Historic Occasion. If You Were Not Able To Attend On Day 1, 14th September, You May Still Register For Day 2, 26th October 2017.

Representatives from the SA Board for People Practices (SABPP), government, the private sector and non-governmental organisations made significant progress recently when they gathered to start a journey to establish a leadership standard for South Africa SABPP. The Leadership Standard will provide clear guidelines for leaders in the country to raise the bar for leaders in all sectors.

A consolidated first draft, that contains all stakeholder submissions so far, will be available on 1 October and will be officially launched on 26 October at the second Leadership Standard public session.

“We are conceptualising what good leadership is all about for the South African leader. We want to create a consistent guideline for leadership practice. Currently, leaders operate on gut feel, or react when things go wrong, or are simply unable to respond appropriately to uncertain events and crises, as we have seen recently. Ordinary South Africans are asking if we are leaderless”.

Initial consultation and planning, stakeholder analysis, development of a draft Leadership Standard Framework and a formal Leadership Standard development session have been completed. The leadership pledge will be refined by 14 October, before the first version of the leadership standard is launched on 26 October, when the leadership pledge will also be signed.

Further stakeholder engagement and market consultation, refinement, awareness and capacity-building will continue and implementation of the Leadership Standard will start in 2018. Four key principles, philosophy, tone, organisation culture and leadership outcomes form the framework that supports the five elements of leadership, namely vision, values, leading people, value and reflection.

The SABPP welcomes further input, which can be submitted to .

To register for this event click here

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