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By Lita Currie Recently I facilitated a session for Learning & Development Practitioners at a financial institution to get them thinking about the new skills needed in the future.  L&D has always had to justify our

Part one: Why we need to transition to the SADEL Organisation Learning is fast becoming a business-critical priority.  We can all ‘feel’ that the pace has accelerated, but it’s not just a feeling. According to

By Carol Butcher If you have read the Ratman Notebooks, written by Stephen Gilbert, seen the horror movie Willard, or its sequel, Ben, you will know that Ben is a pet rat and the leader of

By Alexandra Hadfield, Harambee SME Sector Lead   Many small business owners feel daunted at the prospect of hiring new staff, and with valid reasons: They’re put off by the risks involved in bringing new people on

By Lita Currie Coaching can add tremendous value to employees’ learning and performance.  Being in charge of coaching in your organisation is a rewarding but challenging role. Getting it right depends on ensuring that your coaches

The SAGEA Awards are celebrated biennially and provide our members (Employers, Suppliers and Institutions of Higher Learning) with the opportunity to showcase their achievements in the field of graduate employment.  The Awards provide members with

New funding of USD 3.5 million over 3 years   10 November 2017 – Johannesburg – Harambee, the South African youth employment accelerator, and United States Agency for International Development (USAID), have announced a partnership that will

By Josef Langerman First published in Langerman Panta Rhei In our Modern IT Management Lecture series, we discussed Agile and Scrum frameworks in significant depth. An important part of these frameworks is the creation of self-organising teams. In

By Carol Butcher Most people have a story about a visit to one of our national parks or private game reserves that really stands out – it usually has to do with the sighting of one

By Lita Currie Information systems have arguably had a revolutionary impact on business in the last 20 years.  Can you imagine doing any job these days without a computer?  Having competent employees on information systems is

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