Motivational speaker: ANC has allowed an onslaught on its founding values

Motivational speaker and expert on organisational culture, Billy Selekane, says the African National Congress (ANC) has allowed an onslaught on its values and key principles that made it the most recognised organisation in the world.

Azania spoke to Selekane to understand the supposed disintegration of the ruling party and its organisational culture.

The culture now is a culture by default, driven by unwritten ground rules. A lot of people have done exceptionally bad things and gotten away with those things. This happens when the organisation forgets the collective and focuses on the individual.

Billy Selekane, motivational speaker and expert on organisational culture

It is in a place where they have allowed all these things, things that are completely foreign to the movement.

Billy Selekane , motivational speaker and expert on organisational culture

What it is facing now is unprecedented, it is almost like an onslaught on values, the key principles that made this organisation the most admired in the world.

Billy Selekane, motivational speaker and expert on organisational culture

People want to be voted into power for the sake of being voted into power, not for the fact that they have been principled leaders how have delivered based on the promise that the movement had for the people of this country.

Billy Selekane, motivational speaker and expert on organisational culture

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