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Good managers are trained – not born!!
If you are promoting a great employee into a supervisory/management position, they need to be trained in how to perform as an equally great manager.
Published on 17th of Sep 2018 by Carolyn Kessler [ read more ]

What barriers do our fellow South Africans encounter in the workplace?
I’m asking this question because I had cause to speak with a few HR managers recently. We analysed a couple of scenario’s regarding the issues which rear their ugly heads when integrating people of colour, different economic status, gender and so on into the workplace.
Published on 10th of Sep 2018 by Carolyn Kessler [ read more ]

How strategic is your policy towards up-skilling your staff?
As a soft skills training provider, it’s really satisfying working closely with companies on designing and implementing up-skilling programmes for their employees. We are available to build strategies which help translate their vision into reality through ongoing investment in their gold value medal – their staff.
Published on 3rd of Sep 2018 by Carolyn Kessler [ read more ]

4 Ways Emotional Intelligence improves your career prospects…
If there is one thing we know for sure, it is that change is constant. In 2018 we are being inundated with potential and possibilities as far as the future goes and everyone is scrambling for an audition. Ultimately this means that an enormous amount of team work and collaboration is necessary for us to stay abreast of the trends and to bring our full potential to the stage.
Published on 27th of Aug 2018 by Debbie [ read more ]

Diversity: Do we only embrace it or simply pay lip-service to it?
We run a lot if Diversity workshops, both in-house (at the customer's premises) and at our own venue. In our experience there is a growing awareness around the need to not only overcome prejudicial thinking within teams, but to actively celebrate and thus leverage the diversity therein.
Published on 22nd of Aug 2018 by Carolyn Kessler [ read more ]

The problem with our projects…
As facilitators we are in the position where we often hear what goes wrong with projects rather than what goes right. Delegates bring their challenges to us, so clearly this is exactly what we should be hearing. More often than not we establish that what went wrong is that the very concept of what a project is, is not being understood. We would thus like to challenge you to a slightly new approach.
Published on 17th of Aug 2018 by Debbie [ read more ]

Am I in charge of my Facebook time or is it in charge of me?
Although I have written this blog in a light hearted way, I’m fully aware of how easy it is to lose oneself in activities which don’t take us toward our goals or reduce our stress.
Published on 10th of Aug 2018 by Carolyn Kessler [ read more ]

11 Reasons Parents are Project Managers
The term Project Manager, isn’t one which most time constrained parents would think to apply to themselves. Yet it’s exactly what they’re doing day to day, season to season.
Published on 2nd of Aug 2018 by Carolyn Kessler [ read more ]

Itsy Bitsy Spider
“The itsy bitsy spider climbed up the water spout Down came the rain, and washed the spider out Out came the sun, and dried up all the rain So the itsy bitsy spider climbed up the spout again. Incy Wincy Spider climbed up the tree Down came the snow and made poor Incy freeze Out came the sunshine, and melted all the snow So Incy Wincy Spider had another go.”
Published on 27th of Jul 2018 by Debbie [ read more ]

3 Steps to Being Confident
“Confidence is like a muscle. The more you use it, the stronger it gets.” Confidence is a major part of how we approach different situations and people. We’ve all admired that one person in our group of friends, that co-worker, or that lady walking past us in the mall who seems to naturally exude confidence.
Published on 23rd of Jul 2018 by Shona Potgieter [ read more ]

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