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The cultural identity of white Afrikaner women: a post- Jungian perspective
(University of the Free State, 2010)
English: A post-Jungian model of the development of the self (Hill 1992) is used to analyse how the female Afrikaner identity became embedded in the South African social and political contexts. It is argued with Jungian ...
The effect of authentic leadership and psychological capital on work engagement amongst employees in leadership positions at Standard Lesotho Bank
(University of the Free State, 2015-05)
Organisations today are struggling with the challenges in their efforts to remain competitive. They need to enhance the talents and engagement of all their employees if they are to achieve peak performance, as engaged ...
A talent management framework for the private sector
(University of the Free State, 2015-01)
English: Talent management is increasingly becoming a strategic priority for many profit-generating organizations in the private sector. The success of knowledge-driven organizations largely depends on their ability to ...
Psychological factors as predictors of employees' attitudes towards work place safety in a public electricity company in South Africa
(University of the Free State, 2010-11)
English: Research on the relationship between individual differences and work place incidents/accidents, including driver accident causation, originates from as early as 1917. In the 21st century this phenomenon continues ...