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    Freelance / Independent Training Professionals - Networking Event Port Elizabeth

    Started by Anna Retief in Accreditation, training material, assessment yesterday. 0 Replies

    KSA Training Consultants & PE's Young Professionals Network is hosting a networking event specifically aimed at independent / freelance professionals in training. Please see the Facebook event for more details, or to RSVP: …Continue

    Tags: Freelance, Training, SDF, PE

    SDF, Assessor and Moderator looking for a Job

    Started by Butholezwe Nyathi in Accreditation, training material, assessment yesterday. 0 Replies

    I am a registered Assessor and Moderator with Health and Welfare SETA as well as with Services SETA. I am also a qualified Skills Development Facilitator (SDF)I am looking for a job and I am ready to start immediately. For my CV, please drop me an…Continue

    COSATU Statement on the 14th 2013 Employment Equity Report......'Deep hole syndrome'!

    Started by Norman Ntai in Employment Equity. Last reply by Des Squire yesterday. 1 Reply

    COSATU Statement on the 14th 2013 Employment Equity Report11 April 2014COSATU welcomes the rude awakening presented by the 2013 Employment Equity Report. We are very active in the labour market and have always said that whilst the general South…Continue

    14th Commission for Employment Equity - comment

    Started by Des Squire in Employment Equity. Last reply by sylvia hammond yesterday. 1 Reply

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    Talent management strategy: Are you building your competitors’ talent pipeline?

    Posted by Lia Marus on April 15, 2014 at 8:00 0 Comments

    by Kim Dowdeswell

    As organisations look to drive growth in challenging markets, they recognise the need – in their talent management strategies - for a strong bench of rising talent that evolves with the shifting needs of the business. Our research shows that organisations with stronger leadership gain double the revenue and profit growth compared to companies with weaker leadership. This means that developing effective leadership from…


    7 Tips to Create a Powerful Impact, Presence and Influence

    Posted by Karl Smith - The Networking Guy on April 14, 2014 at 14:42 0 Comments

    The impressions we make on others can have a major impact on networking, building our own business, working with others and our earning capacity. So give yourself an edge and take this opportunity to reflect on how you can enhance your presence, impact and influence to help achieve your personal and professional goals.


    1.         Understand yourself: A first step in developing your personal impact, presence and authority is identifying         what it is that you want…



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    The Passive-Aggressive Individual and the Office

    Posted by Chantel Harris on April 10, 2014 at 16:09 0 Comments

    It is highly likely that you’ve had to deal with a passive-aggressive individual in your time. Whether you realised it or not, is another matter, because passive-aggressiveness can be very subtle. Or simply be mistaken for tardiness or even forgetfulness.

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    NVC Learnerships available

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    Rims Pty Ltd is taking in applications for a very exciting New Venture Creation learnership.

    If you are interested in a unique opportunity to grow into your own business, hard working and serious about your development, we have the solution for you.

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    An interest in retail and automobile industry is a must.

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