by Carey Finn. Five leaders weigh in on the cultural and organisational changes required to stop sexual and other forms of harassment in adland.
EDITORIAL: It’s time to prove what you believe in. Don’t wait for South African adland’s Harvey Weinstein moment to act. We’ll all have your measure well before then.
by Lebogang Tshetlo & Charles Mathews. “Every person is unique and, when it comes to transformation from a career perspective… nothing has changed for me,” says Bradlee Holcomb.
by Charlie Mathews. The Havas Southern Africa head of PR talks to MarkLives about identity, race, power, sexism and change in the marketing sector.
by MarkLives. Keri-Ann Stanton of Avatar is the next key female executive to give us her assessment of the state of adland.
by Tarryn Pickup. Students spent nearly an entire lecture teaching me that gender bias is still alive and kicking in certain agencies recently.
by Carey Finn. What can agencies do to promote wellbeing in the workplace? MarkLives speaks to a range of voices.
by Cathy Dippnall. The creative industry has its share of toxic relationships and ruthless account executives, and it’s not unusual to hear that “it goes with the territory”.
by Herman Manson. Bullying and sexual harassment are two key issues impacting on mental health and wellness.
by Musaba Kangulu. At a time when women are publicly calling out abusers as never before and expressing their collective anger, I would like to use this year as a starting point to ‘churn’ all of that into action.