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4 Tips for Effective Communication in Difficult Situations
Whether you are in a highly competitive work environment or dealing with angry or frustrated customers, you’re probably familiar with the monster called 'stress', and effective communication often times is the monster's first victim.
Published on 14th of Aug 2020 by Staff Writer [ read more ]

What Determines Your Worth?
Do you attach your worth to what people at work think of you (or what you think they think of you), or how they make you feel? What about your friends and family? I guess a lot of us do it.
Published on 7th of Aug 2020 by Shona Potgieter [ read more ]

3 Easy Steps To Up Your Confidence Today
Has your confidence taken a knock? Or is it something you’ve always struggled with? When it comes to wishing we were as confident as person X from the office or person Y that you saw while shopping for a new outfit, it’s easy to dig our ‘insecurity hole’ even deeper. The best solution is to focus on yourself and ‘upping’ your own confidence game!
Published on 31st of Jul 2020 by Shona Potgieter [ read more ]

What Is Your Skills Development Policy?
At Staff Training, we believe in 'Empowerment through Skills Development' and work closely with companies to design and implement skills development programmes for their employees.
Published on 24th of Jul 2020 by Carolyn Kessler [ read more ]

Are You Forgetting To Unpack Your Backpack?
We all now by now, we’ve read it a million times in a million different posts and articles- Lockdown/Covid has been hard on all of us. Great. So what now?
Published on 17th of Jul 2020 by Shona Potgieter [ read more ]

4 Reasons Why Training Is Important
Not completely sold on why you should train and upskill your staff? Perhaps you feel that your team is performing well and so you don't deem it necessary to spend that bit of extra money on external training programmes...
Published on 10th of Jul 2020 by Staff Writer [ read more ]

Feeling Anxious? Me Too!
Anxiety. Something a lot of people struggle with, with varying degrees of severity, but it’s real and it can really hinder your work as well as your personal life.
Published on 1st of Jul 2020 by Shona Potgieter [ read more ]

Customer Care During Lockdown
So who pays our salaries? I'm hoping everyone shouted: "The Customer!", very loudly and with certainty...
Published on 26th of Jun 2020 by Carolyn Kessler [ read more ]

Why Am I So Angry and What Can I Do About It?
Why am I so angry? This is a question many of us ask ourselves regularly. We over-react on the road all the time, we snap at our spouses and family, our colleague does something pretty innocuous and we lose our cool in a split second. It’s exhausting.
Published on 19th of Jun 2020 by Carolyn Kessler [ read more ]

Our New Normal
Normal doesn’t sound like anything we have experienced in the past three months... Firstly, we got used to the fact that social distancing, washing and sanitising our hands, face masks and sanitising groceries were our new normal.
Published on 10th of Jun 2020 by Carolyn Kessler [ read more ]

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