Development and refine the communication skills, behaviors and tactics needed to interact with others effectively and enable good interpersonal relationships.
Current international developments are moving the world of business into uncharted territories in ways that are unprecedented in the modern era. At this point, it is easy to say that we have never been here before
"An ETD practitioner is an individual who is typically involved in one or more education, training and development-related activities within an organisation, " says Ghawa Latib, ETD Practitioner at Omni HR Consulting.
The term “Manager” holds a different description in every organisation. For some, it is the bare minimum of managing resources and expenditures. For others, being a Manager means taking on the role of simply being the “boss.”
It is easy to be mindful of cashflow, profit, motivating and retaining employees, creating a great company culture, etc. but how often do we consider the emphasis required for business administration within an organisation?
A definition of Work Readiness would be that a “work ready” individual possesses the foundational skills needed to qualify for a specific occupation as determined through a job analysis or occupational profile.
Are we doing enough to care for and transform our nation? There is a growing awareness around the issue of social responsibility, particularly in the business arena.
Many of us in the education, training and development (ETD) space have a limited understanding of what a disabled learner is.
How does one strike a balance between being socially responsible and generous and being a profit-making business?
Here is a big word one does not hear every day: “Magnanimous”. Magnanimousness is defined as: “the quality of being kind and generous.” When we think of generosity, our thoughts automatically drift to gifts of money or charity.
Learning specialists graduate with a National Diploma in Occupationally-Directed Education, Training and Development Practices.
Having played a profound part in the history of South Africa for more than 100 years, the University of Pretoria boasts a lasting legacy that endures through a cluster of innova