I run my own communication consultancy, offering writing and training services to a variety of customers across various sectors.
I do a fair amount of communications training for the Public Relations Institute of Southern Africa (PRISA) and several training institutions; mostly writing and speaking related, but also event management, telephone skills, Basic Management and Supervisory Skills, Interviewing Skills, Business Writing, Minute Taking, Presentation Skills, Handling disciplinary hearings or Appeals, Strategic Planning, etc.
I work as a freelance writer, writing texts in English or translating between English, Afrikaans, German and Dutch/Flemish. I also do a considerable amount of copy writing for PR consultancies.
What companies or organisations are you with?
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We launched our PeopleSystems HR Management software suite this year. It is a South African developed system that offers the following:
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Gap Analysis Manager
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We are looking HR consultants who are interested in either referring potential customers to us or becoming a registered channel partner with fantastic revenue streams.
The fact is that many of the younger genration of employers do not have the skill, or machinery, to enable them to meet targets set by the authories. It is my belief that good bussiness practices will prevail, but until this happens we will be old skilled, experienced, and sidelined.
The onus is on the less greedy industrial leaders to start taking on radicals with personal political agendas. the financial and technical sectors have some brilliant intiatives, but won't share them. This shyness to admit realities of a 40% unemployment, and the greatest void between have's and have not's, is the fuel of revolution. Evolution will be more gainfull than any form of revolution to whole nation. It is a known fact that Singapore's rise was due to the wise use of senior planners, but some here don't see this at all. Instead outdated pysudo communist idealism is dug up, from failed nations that proved it useless!
Hi Peter, I am looking for a freelance lecturer to deliver a finance for Non Finacial managers course to mid management level corporate delegates. You seem pretty well connected, do you have anyone in mind I could contact?