Employee Training

Every morning in Africa a gazelle wakes up and knows that it will have to outrun the fastest lion or it will be killed.

And, every morning in Africa a lion wakes up and knows that it will have to outrun the slowest gazelle or it will starve to death.

So, in Africa, it doesn't matter if you are the lion or the gazelle. When that sun comes up, you had better be running.

In today’s world, it is a forgone conclusion that training is a vital part of a learning Organization.

Organizations need to continually rejuvenate, renew and recharge themselves to be front-runners in their businesses. They also need to focus on developing their people to ensure that they are ready to meet the challenges of the dynamic business environment.

Skills in Leadership, Communication and People Development are the ORDER OF THE DAY!!

The questions that an HR or Training Manager gets asked

  • What is the return on our training investment?
  • What is the average number of days per employee spent on Training and Development?
  • Are the skills learnt put to practice?
  • Has the training made a difference?

We work with organizations in the area of Training in a number of ways

  • Develop a Training and Development Strategy to ensure the best return on investment.
  • Conduct on site training programmes in ‘Customer Service’ and ‘People Related skills’.
  • Conduct Skills Gap Analysis.
  • Conduct Post Training Audits.

Some of the programmes we conduct

  • Basic Communication Skills
  • Managing Performance
  • Team Building
  • Conducting Effective Performance Reviews
  • Supervisory Skills for the ‘First-Time Supervisors’
  • ‘Take Charge of your Careers’
  • Customer Service Skills
  • Telephone Handling Skills

Why us?

We are committed to Learning and ensure that we meet the training objectives. We also ensure that:

  • Learning is fun and participative
  • Learning happens in a non threatening environment
  • Provide a number of takeaways in the form of personal action plans and recommended future reading
  • There is room to reflect and food for thought