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Out and about with Simply Communicate

29 May 2018
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Getting it right: A hospital experience

8 November 2018

We can’t force employees to go the extra mile; we have to create an environment that makes them want to. If we don’t, they won’t shine and nor will our business

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Cann-a-bus be taken to work?

5 November 2018

If cannabis is legal, is the employer powerless to do anything to monitor or restrict its use in the workplace?

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Changing how change happens

25 October 2018

Change is constant they say. We often assume employees realise this and should be ready for any changes thrown at them. But employees are not averse to change itself but to how change affects them on a personal, every-day level: changing my lunch hour, not being able to get stationery. We think resistance to change…

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Hospitals: Patient or Customer?

24 October 2018

In hospitals, customers are disguised as patients, and customer service might slip.
The rest of us have no such excuse. What are you doing to provide better than normal service?

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Making Strategic Planning Work (a half/day workshop)

14 September 2018

Strategic planning isn’t difficult, but most of the time, we fail to implement.
There is a way. This workshop will help you and your team make it work.

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HRworks Conference and the future of HR

7 September 2018

The HRWorks.com conference in Durban where every speaker was worth the effort, and networking was great. And the message: Simply Communicate

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Pietermaritzburg Chamber of Business Lunch

Simply Communicate Turns Six

3 September 2018

Simply Communicate: a journey of service and discovery, of teaching and learning. Thank you for sharing my journey. How can I help you with yours?

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Performance Management: A Morning Workshop

9 August 2018

Managing performance is an on-going and inclusive process. It involves knowing what to measure and how to keep score. A Simply Communicate workshop

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Racism: The definitive rules

29 May 2018

The Constitutional Court recently made it clear that racism is defined by the recipient, not the perpetrator (Sibanye Rustenburg Platinum Mines (Pty) v Saewa obo Bester). It’s not what we think we mean that matters; it’s what our words and actions mean to the other person given our hurtful and hate-filled past — a past…

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