Exploring the world of work. The network for training companies, facilitators, assessors, HR staff & everyone interested in people at work.
January 28, 2014 at 8:30pm to April 3, 2014 at 12:30pm – Gauteng; Cape Town; Bloemfontein; Durban & Port Elizabeth0 Comments 0 Likes
PUT YOUR BUSINESS ON THE MAP!
Add your location to the Members Map
Click on the link above to add your business address by entering your street, suburb and country into the text box. If you work from home add your street address but it's probably best not to add your number.
Click here to add your business location
Disconnected (5 online)
You are disconnected from chat. Connect to join the chat.
Sign up to chat on Skills-Universe.
I have developed three workshops: Innovation 4 Entrepreneurs, You (Pty) Ltd (Personal Branding) and Creative Problem Solving. Currently these are not being properly marketed, although GIBS Entrepreneurship MBA students will be attending the…Continue
At a two-day summit with the fishing community in Saldanah Bay over the weekend, workers and organised labour representatives asked Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant to investigate: labour broking, the Basic Conditions of Employment Act, and…Continue
Hi All I am urgently looking for a SASSETA Assessor/Moderator for Genral security prctices NQF level 3 and all skills programs including firearms within the Cape Town area. Contract work available once new company is registered. Please contact me on…Continue
HiI am currently a facilitator and assessor working at a company I want to go solo and dont know where to go doing the SETA accreditation for myself I want to start my own training school . Please advice. ChristyContinue
As a follow up from my recent post, today's blog will deal with how we change our communication in terms of what we say and how, in order to fit in with the culture of a company and to suit the client's needs and requirements. According to George Bernard Shaw, "The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place." Communication is the manner in which we create a true connection with each other and it assists us in relaying messages…Continue
The Southern African Society for Co-operative Education (SASCE) recently launched “The African Journal for Work-Based Learning’ at the National Skills Conference. Shakeel Ori, President of SASCE, said that while the journal is new, co-operative education and work-based learning are not.…Continue
I think many of us felt at some stage in our lives that our job is not very important.
Society tells us what is important and what is not important or valuable. This will make many people feel that their specific strengths are not important. This is not true. We all can make a valuable contribution in doing what we do best. You just have to look beyond society’s judgments.
For example, one guy is a neurologist, and another a builder of car parts. Society may say the neurologist…Continue
As a manager, you are critical to the success of the organisation. Not only do you assist staff in understanding their role within the organisation, assist them in their development, and monitor their work to ensure it is satisfactory, but you also create organisation culture.
The saying that ‘people join organisations but leave managers’ has been verified by a number of recent studies. It is performance management-related activities that influence how much effort employees…Continue
Often we find that internal communication between employees; whether senior managerial staff or lower level staff; is not where it should be. Once an employee feels welcomed, relaxed and at home within the company and co-workers become friendly, the communication tends to be blase', very relaxed and unprofessional.
Each company has its own culture,…Continue
Our business at Talkwell revolves around the way individuals enhance their professionalism in the work area, from a communication perspective. Being in an industry where customer service, interpersonal skills and personal refinement is of utmost importance, it becomes second nature when having to notice and pinpoint when another person in passing is lacking in these areas. I therefore would like to draw your attention to an aspect that I find rather troubling and I am well aware that…Continue