Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu

Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu

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Re-imagining the workplace: The engineer who became a fitter, turner and philosopher

He lectures on Positive Intelligence at Stanford University
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Sep. 5, 2022

The engineer is not alone in career pain

The brain is ready at any age to feel young and ready to explore new neuropathways
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Sep. 11, 2022

Re-imagining the workplace: There is hope for the Engineer

The Engineer, and every other child are born curious and unafraid of anything except two natural fears
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Sep. 18, 2022

Re-imagining the workplace: The engineer’s need for a rock bottom

Comfort zones are illusions people like the engineer carry for ‘comfort.’
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Sep. 25, 2022

Re-imagining the workplace: The engineer’s step by step process of working again

The good news is that it is possible for anyone to get back on their feet. It is important for this article to emphasise that for the good of the workplace.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Oct. 2, 2022

Re-imagining the workplace: The Kingdom of the workplace is for such as these

I recall my daughter coming to me crying because a neighbour friend had hit her.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Oct. 9, 2022

Re-imagining the workplace: Elections, politricks and the worker

The attempt to make workers an ally by politicians is not something known to Zimbabwe only.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Oct. 16, 2022

Re-imagining the workplace: Lessons for the workplace from the arts

Research has theories about the role this whole process of playing plays in the development of the child.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Oct. 23, 2022

Re-imagining the workplace: Touching hearts to make brains thrive

Most leaders think it’s a waste time to invest time in first understanding the human resource and developing it.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Oct. 30, 2022

Re-imagining the workplace: As within, so without

Practitioners have to work and are reminded on a daily basis that there is top and bottom line to be focused on.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Nov. 6, 2022

An employee is that ‘child’

If a leader in the workplace does anything that triggers the compulsive thinking that comes with the many fears that are part of it,
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Nov. 13, 2022

As within, so without

The treatment of employees in the workplace is a critical issue.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Nov. 20, 2022

The waning fortunes of Zim's hospitality industry

When things went bad and our economy suffered, a lot was lost and continues to be lost in our beautiful country, Zimbabwe.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Nov. 27, 2022

Re-imagining the workplace: We are in the workplace to get it done

I went in deeply and sometimes found myself swimming either alone or with a few individuals in the deep end.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Dec. 11, 2022

Re-imagining the workplace: Corruption of military manning State House is scary

It is unacceptable for anyone to do this and when it’s done by the military, citizens should be scared and commanders should take action.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Dec. 18, 2022

Re-imagining the workplace: An open letter to the executive chair of Zesa; Sydney Gata

I have a lot to write to you about and I want to start by assuring you that I come in peace although I have a number of tough questions to ask you.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Dec. 25, 2022

Re-imagining the workplace: A trumpet call for a change of attitude this year

A lot of work needs to be done, especially in the Zimbabwean workplace and if we are just random and wishful about it, we are likely to continue to do the same thing but expect different results.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Jan. 8, 2023

Re-imagining the workplace: We are in deep trouble in our challenging workplace

The Zimbabwean workplace presents some of the best challenges for any trailblazing thinker who wants to break free from the tentacles of fate.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Jan. 15, 2023

Re-imagining the workplace: Science compels us to reduce opinion and increase knowledge

Based on this principle and the understanding that knowledge and scientific knowledge, are important, it is imperative that we have a working definition of happiness.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Jan. 22, 2023