Tony Frost

Tony Frost

Tony Frost is a leadership trainer for the public and private sectors. A fifth generation South African, Tony is the founder of Sirocco Strategic Management, which specializes in the design and implementation of leadership strategies with an emphasis on sustainability. Until 2007, Tony served as chief executive of the WWF in South Africa. His recent book "After the Rain" - along with his columns and radio broadcasts in regional media - reflects his lifelong commitment to teaching people about conservation.

    To Bee or Not to Bee

    Tony Frost | Monday, July 7, 2014
    In our busy world, we often rush on at warp speed, ignoring many of the tiny living creatures on which we depend. Too often we take these little things for granted, seldom giving them a first thought, let alone a second one. Pity, given that these very small creatures are essential to our continued ... More »

    Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity & Ambiguity

    Tony Frost | Monday, May 26, 2014
    As a student of history and an avid reader of historical books, I often wonder what the world was like before the Great War of 1914 - 1918. Did people back then find the world they lived in busy, unpredictable, subject to dramatic and uncertain change, confusing, noisy, and incessantly rushed? From ... More »

    The Power of Dreams

    Tony Frost | Tuesday, May 6, 2014
    Dreams and dreaming may seem like an unlikely topic for an article related to business. Actually, and instead, it is or should be a critical element in the daily activities of every leader whether in business, public service or in the church. It should be in the curriculum of every business developm... More »

    Good Health Is All about Life Balance

    Tony Frost | Thursday, April 24, 2014
    So often we hear the cry about "work-life balance."  People are stressed. They claim that they have no work-life balance – that it is all work and they have no time for anything else. In some cases, for brief periods of time, this may well be true. But for most of us, we are in the situatio... More »