Diversity training for teams is an excellent opportunity for team building! Traditional diversity training can be educational yet it can also be incredibly painful! And very few people want to be bored to death! Here are some tips from our Celebrating
PMI to host strategic workshops on the amended BBBEE codes in May. The amended BBBEE codes come into effect on 1 May 2015. Many companies are concerned regarding the resultant impact on their BBBEE verification status and the possible increase
New generation needs better innovation Summary Contemporary mental models and organisational beliefs regarding innovation in the workplace no longer fit the present economic environment that we are experiencing now! Interviews with Global leaders claim that current innovation management no longer
It is often said that you cannot do things the same way and expect different results. This applies to everything in life. In order to see changes or a difference, one needs to do things differently. An organization cannot expect
People don’t always stick to their commitments, be it in a personal or work environment, obligations fall through the cracks of everyday life and one or more parties are left hanging. Helene Vermaak, Director at The Human Edge says, “Problems
By Anton van Heerden, Managing Director for Sage HR & Payroll The HR and payroll sector is moving at such a fast speed that it can be hard for the casual observer to keep up. As we begin a new
Sage HR Management combines broad HR functionality, simplicity and flexibility to help mid-size and large enterprises improve HR process efficiency February 5, 2015 – Sage today announced the launch of Sage HR Management, a powerful, simple and flexible Human Resources
On Wednesday, 25th February, the South African College of Applied Psychology (SACAP) is hosting a Coaching and Leadership talk at their Cape Town campus in Claremont. The talk starts at 6:15pm and runs for one hour. Natalie Cunningham, entrepreneur, business
SA is 5th most targeted country in the world cybercrime [Feb 2015]: South Africa is the 5th most targeted country in the world in terms of cybercrime attacks, while informal consensus within the private sector places SA third behind Russia
“The trip, in other words, gave me some amazing sights, but it’s only sitting still that allows me to turn those into lasting insights. “ Pico Iyer – The Art of Stillness I read in a flight magazine of the term ‘digital burnout’.
As a result of the current economic challenges facing not only South Africa, but the world, employers have been focussing on dramatically reducing expenses and streamlining their businesses. One of the ‘victims’ of this approach has undoubtedly been employee training.
By Karolyne Williams Head of Coaching South African College of Applied Psychology (SACAP) Coaching plays an important role in developing South Africa’s future prospects through its ability to empower and build leaders who can unleash their own potential and thereby