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UPCOMING CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS


ONLINE & E-LEARNING CONFERENCE 2015

Two-day conference • 20-21 May 2015
One-Day Pre-Conference Workshop • 19 May 2015
Hyatt Regency Hotel, Rosebank | Johannesburg

In a forever evolving corporate world of various demands, HR and L&D professionals need to heed to the call for transformation in their learning delivery to accommodate and create long-lasting learning impact and experiences for the modern learner in the digital world. This year with the 3rd Annual Online & E-Learning Conference 2015, we will address these burning issues and continuous debates within learning institutions and L&D departments relating to the transition of training programs and material to digital delivery.


MARKETING TO LOW-INCOME CONSUMERS 2015

Two-day conference • 15-16 April 2015
One-Day Pre-Conference Workshop • 14 April 2015 (optional)
Radisson Blu Sandton Hotel • Johannesburg

Doing business with low-income consumers presents enormous challenges and many companies underestimate the innovation and insight required to operate successfully in this market. In order to succeed it’s not only crucial to understand the unique needs, challenges and aspirations of these consumers, but companies must also customise their existing business models, products, distribution and processes. Here is an opportunity for YOU to get the latest research, innovative insights and practical information needed to develop and grow your brand at the Bottom of the Pyramid (BoP). The ‘Marketing to Low-Income Consumers’ Conference and Workshop on 15 – 16 April 2015 will bring you everything you need to better understand the realities of these consumers, and the best ways to engage with them and be successful in this market! It will also inspire and challenge you with some fresh ideas and thinking on how to add value and make a real difference in these communities.


EMPLOYEE RELATIONS CONFERENCE 2015

13 – 14 May 2015: Two-day conference
12 May 2015: Pre-conference workshop (optional)
Hyatt Regency Hotel, Johannesburg

From the conflict over the last few years, organisations have learnt they must invest in better relationship building, communication, improved working and living-conditions beyond the factory gate and provide training in financial-literacy. Furthermore, complying and adhering to the various labour laws is just the first hurdle to overcome. Working proactively and continuously improving employee-relations and engagement will continue to be a primary objective for organisations in 2015. This two-day conference will provide the ideal opportunity for IR and ER practitioners, trade unionists, government officials, HR and labour practitioners, lawyers and business leaders to keep abreast of latest trends and pertinent issues in the labour market and to participate in discussions to resolve some of the current employment challenges. .


Articles from Human Capital Review

The Role of the Chief Human Resources Officer in formulating Organisational and HR Strategy
Dave van Eeden, in his new book  “The Role of the Chief Human Resources Officer” book, poses the following set of questions and checklist to assist senior HR Executives to develop their own, the HR department’s as well as the organisation’s future cause of action. 

Key Ingredients for Creating a Learning Culture
In this article Debbie Craig  discusses how to build an organisation that grows, adapts, learns and thrives continuing to produce both extraordinary results AND build a great place to work.
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