LinkedIn Insights for Sales & Networking with Ronald Daintree
09 December + 10 December 13h00 - 14h30
This interactive LinkedIn training will help you create a professional online presence which will contribute to your online credibility. On completion of this 2 part series, you will have a clear and easy to understand plan, which you can implement to improve your LinkedIn engagement; and be ideally positioned to begin growing your network of business connections by leveraging the power and tools of LinkedIn.
Saturday 28 November 09h00 - 10h00
Join Adele for this popular session and learn how to manage your negative self-talk and take your power back. This is a fun and light -hearted webinar with tools that will assist you in taming negative emotions and increasing your awareness.
Creating Customer Service Awareness in Teams - R300 per person
19 November - 14h00
Customer Service Skills are a vital to the success of your business. If you are ignoring what your customers are thinking about your service, you are exposing your business to serious risk. Smart sales and marketing leaders know how important it is to create cross functional teams where sales and service work in unison to create unforgettable customer experiences even when the customer is dissatisfied.
The Power of Being Assertive - R300 per person
20 November - 09h00 - 11h00
This webinar is so valuable! Lesley delivers insights that help us identify our own behaviour and then goes on to show how we can adjust our way of communicating to benefit both ourselves and those around us. It is a fact that when you communicate assertively with a person you encourage an assertive response – a win-win situation if you like.
Face the CCMA with Confidence - R300 per person
23 November - 09h00 - 11h00
In 2019, the CCMA stated that, of the total cases for the 2018/2019 year, approximately 71% were related to unfair dismissals followed by 11% on unfair labour practices. As an employer, not providing sound and relevant evidence when dealing with the CCMA, is likely to result in an unfair dismissal award in favour of the employee, regardless of the seriousness of their misconduct.
Q & A Session with Labour Law Expert, Angus Bailie - R300 per person
23 November - 14h00 - 15h00
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND – Angus’ last Labour Law Q&A session was such a hit that we just had to use our powers of persuasion to get him to agree to doing another one. And here it is. Due to time constraints and the fact that Angus loves giving really good answers, bookings are limited. So don’t delay, click the link below and reserve your spot now!
Effectively Managing Retrenching & Restructuring - R300 per person
24 November - 09h00 - 11h00
Restructuring, lay-offs, short time and retrenchments are the new imperative as Companies strive to survive. Labour Laws are perceived as a rigid hinderance to flexibility. Come join us for a short webinar (2 hours) on the topic of Restructuring and Retrenchment in uncertain times. Angus will look to address a number of misnomers and shed light on what can be a legal quagmire.
Managing Discipline with Staff Working from Home - R300 per person
24 November - 13h00 - 15h00
The COVID 19 pandemic and the Risk Adjusted Strategy has forced many companies to set up staff to work from home and this raises many questions such as: How do you enforce discipline and work performance? What are the requirements when restructuring a job function or duties? How do you deal with salary reductions or restructuring? Join labour law expert, Angus Bailie, and find out!
The PoPI Act Unpacked - R300 per person
25 November 09h00 -011h00
Depending on the seriousness of the breach, the POPI Act makes provision for fines of up to R10 million and a jail sentence of up to 10 years. Considering the severity of these penalties, it is imperative that organisations, particularly top management, understand the requirements as they are ultimately responsible and will bear the brunt of any non-compliance. Join Angus Bailie (Admitted Attorney and Senior Partner) for this 2 hour webinar where he will unpack and explain what you need to know.
Managing Poor Work Performance - R300 per person
25 November 13h00 - 15h00
Poor work performance is often dealt with incorrectly or not at all and when it is dealt with it is misdiagnosed as misconduct. This could have dire consequences and following the incorrect process could land you in trouble at the CCMA or worse lead to an unhappy, unmotivated and struggling workforce.
Initiating Disciplinary Enquiries - R300 per person
26 November - 09h00 - 11h00
Discipline starts with rules and regulations. Following rules and regulations help employees understand what is expected of them and what will happen if they violate the rules. Consistency in this regard is vital. In this webinar, Angus will outline the company’s rights and responsibilities.
Managing Absenteeism in the Workplace - R300 per person
26 November - 13h00 - 15h00
Social Media & Electronic Policies within the Workplace - R300 per person
27 November 09h00 - 11h00
Social media can be a wonderful tool for business when used effectively, however, it can decimate the reputation / good will of a business easily. A social media crisis can and normally does develop at the hands of an errant employee. This discussion is aimed at helping you protect your company image from a social media crisis and dealing with social media and electronic policies within the workplace.
Chairing Disciplinary Enquiries - R300 per person
27 November 13h00 - 15h00
Are you considering the dismissal of an employee? A disciplinary enquiry is then a MUST. Knowing how to chair a disciplinary enquiry is critical to successfully defending a case in the CCMA / Council because the penalty for getting it wrong could be reinstatement with back pay and/or a compensation award.
How to Write an Effective Business Plan for Your Small Business - R250 per person
01 December - 18h00 - 19h00
Research shows that people who take the time to write an effective business plan are two and a half times more likely to succeed than those that don’t. That in mind, does this mean that ONLY people wanting to start up a new business should write a business plan?
Tax & Statutory Requirements for Small Business R250 per person
03 December 18h00 - 19h00
The last few months have been more than “taxing” for everyone. Small business’, in particular, have been really hard hit. More so, those that were not able to obtain relief funding due to not being tax-compliant or not knowing what or how when it comes to dealing with statutory requirements.
Understanding Management Accounts for Small Business - R250 per person
08 December 18h00 - 19h00
In this session, Marissa creates a deeper understanding of why cash in the bank does not necessarily mean your business is profitable. She will explain the cash gap, what gives rise to it and share pointers on how to shorten the gap. Reading management accounts can be daunting but with Marissa’s expert guidance, you will gain valuable insight.