Added by Marion Stone on January 30, 2011 at 20:33 — No Comments
Your Creative G.A.P.S.
Robert "Alan" Black, Ph.D., CSP
Most people I have asked now for over 34 years if they are / were creative have responded, “No I am not creative. I can’t draw”.
First fact to accept, we are all born with vast potentials to be creative in all aspects of our life: at…Continue
Added by Annemarie Robbertse on January 28, 2011 at 14:50 — No Comments
Added by Gail Dawson on January 27, 2011 at 12:49 — No Comments
As it is no secret, I am Job seeking. Anyway, last week, I went for an interview at an Employment Agency and was enthusiastically greeted when I entered, whereby, the lady who welcomed me in asks me to take a seat, and I thanked her and took a seat. She then said, no love, would you please take that seat “I will sit here” o.k. I sort of felt a quizzical look come on and moved. Well, knock me over with a feather! I was asked to place my right thumb on this contraption (that looked a bit like…Continue
I'm sure that there are a number of our members who would be able to fill this position. Also posted on the skills portal Jobs section.
South African Labour Bulletin
This is a full-time position starting in March 2011 or soon thereafter entailing the important opportunity of providing information, debate and critical analysis on issues confronting workers and their communities whilst promoting social justice. It…Continue
Added by sylvia hammond on January 26, 2011 at 19:15 — No Comments
For all our academic members and those interested in new media technologies and learning - a call for papers. All the information is copied as I received it. Please make contact directly with the publishers. Thank you.
On The Horizon Special New Media Edition
On The Horizon announces a special issue, ‘New Media and Learning'. The journal seeks critical thought on how the application of new media technologies and…
FLOOD RELIEF TO TOP 4 MILLION RAND
Greetings of Peace
It has been a long journey in responding to the South African Flood crisis that commenced in Orlando on 17 December 2010. As in Pakistan the South African flood is an expanding natural disaster, cutting across seven provinces resulting in billions of rands of agricultural, infrastructural and personal destruction and the…
Added by sylvia hammond on January 26, 2011 at 10:15 — No Comments
Dr James Dobson, author and I personallypsychologist, refers to our hectic lifestyle as “routine panic”. Always rushing, results in the continuous release of the hormone adrenaline. This hormone puts the body and mind into a constant state of alertness. This creates continuous stress (psychological pressure).
It is of the utmost importance to take things slowly and systematically. Don’t rush! Work as fast as you can, but don’t rush your work. You will just stress yourself and…
Added by Marilyn Jones on January 25, 2011 at 9:00 — No Comments
Roodevallei Conference & Meetings Hotel
Leaders of Organised Labour
Ladies and Gentlemen
It is a great pleasure to be invited to address you on…
Added by sylvia hammond on January 24, 2011 at 18:35 — No Comments
Added by Bianca - Anne P Moll on January 24, 2011 at 15:00 — No Comments
I was confronted with a dilima where previous Management allowed employees to take ad hoc smoke breaks, which meant that when the craving came, they went! Not only the Office workers but also the factory employees, they would pop outside and puff-away.. If an office worker takes a smoke break it holds up their work. If a production worker takes a break, production is covered by a mate, if the foreman spots him he gets reprimanded . Not a cool situation.
As a smoker myself, I…Continue
" Eek! A Male! Treating all men as potential predators doesn't make our kids safer." This was the headline of a recent Wall Street Journal article by Lenore Skenazy.
Society tend to think that men that are interested in working with young children are pedofiles. I read an article about men working at early childhood development (ECD) sites overseas. They are not allowed to change the…Continue
Added by Di Gibson @ Synergy Learning on January 22, 2011 at 14:40 — No Comments
The Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development invites interested parties to submit any comments they might have on the Muslim Marriages Draft Bill. For full Bill, see attached file.2010-01%20110117muslim-marriages-bill.pdf
Comments on the Bill can be emailed to Mr T Matibe…
Added by sylvia hammond on January 20, 2011 at 14:30 — No Comments
I have heard via the rumour mill that the learnerships tax deductions stop this year - can anyone confirm or deny this?
Even SARS doesn't seem to know the answer after about 7 calls/being on hold and bumped around the dept (as they do when you phone in with difficult questions).
Added by Melanie Harvard on January 20, 2011 at 13:30 — No Comments
Added by Pedzisai Maririmba on January 20, 2011 at 12:40 — No Comments
I am looking for a motivational speaker or team building facilitator for the 11/02/2011 the venue is in Eastern cape. I will confirm the venue later this week.
Please provide me with your qoutes.fax: 0865069492 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by LULAMA MEKAZNI on January 19, 2011 at 20:41 — No Comments
To all members
I've been asked for the NSDS III document. Please find attached.
Added by sylvia hammond on January 19, 2011 at 8:00 — No Comments
WE ARE LOOKING FOR RETAIL STORE MANAGER FOR OUR BRANCH IN MAFIKENG
The successful candidate must have: at least three years proven retail management experience selling skills the ability to motivate and develop staff cost consciousness excellent communication skills a capacity for solid, hard work and a high customer service orientation.
In return we offer positive career development prospects, a competitive salary; results based incentives and many other…Continue
Added by Tshepo Van Rensburg on January 19, 2011 at 3:09 — No Comments
Well done to all project leader that attended the Rims Management Conference on 14 and 15 Jan 2011. Mokoya Lodge was the ideal setting to get away from it all and to refocus our energy for the year ahead. Using an in-house developed new tool for Strategic Managers, the group engaged in a Role-based, Process Re-egineering (RPR) activity that took them to a new level of insight. RPR consists of a journey that starts with the definition of the problem base in an organization. The activity is…Continue
Added by Dr Wynand Goosen on January 17, 2011 at 9:14 — No Comments