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Two-day conference • 3-4 June2015
One-Day Pre-Conference Workshop • 2 June 2015 (optional)
Radisson Blu Sandton Hotel • Johannesburg

As the digital landscape continues to evolve, it is crucial for marketers to rethink how they engage with today’s connected consumers! Customer engagement is no longer about isolated experiences and touch-points during the marketing and sales process – it’s all about forming meaningful, ongoing relationships and dialogues with customers. Businesses and marketers have to embrace the new approach and create new strategies and tactics in order to stay ahead and successfully connect with today’s empowered consumers in a relevant way. If your brand doesn’t do this quickly, you will soon fade away and be forgotten! It’s time to get ready and arm yourself with the latest knowledge and solutions to make sure your brand and company strive in the connected consumer space! Attend the Customer Engagement Marketing Conference and Workshop on 2 – 4 June 2015 in Johannesburg and gain NEW insight, real-world solutions and strategic guidance to help your enhance customer engagement in YOUR organisation! .


JOHANNESBURG • 10-11 June 2015
CAPE TOWN •  5-6 August 2015
DURBAN • 9-10 September 2015

To become a true partner of your organisation you must understand current and future business and customer needs. To achieve this, HR must have a major impact on the organisations future strategy and the way people are managed. Becoming more strategic not only means losing the transactional and broadening business acumen, but having a complete understanding of all aspects of the organisation to provide a more consultative role to the CEO and department heads. The aim of this conference is to examine how a successful partnership between HR and the business units will drive organisational success and can help develop a competitive edge and will also offer practical advice in developing business driven HR..


10 June 2015
The Vineyard Hotel and Spa, Claremont Cape Town

Ultimately the goal of OD is to make organisations more effective, efficient, productive, increase the long term health of the organisation and enrich the working lives of its employees. There is a need to know how to effectively bring about meaningful and sustainable change in organisations even with all the turbulence and complexity that so many organisations are dealing with. OD is key to ensuring that organisations and people are able to adapt to change in today’s fast-paced and lean environment. By developing this seminar we seek to advance the knowledge of OD practices and create a platform for OD practitioners to come together and share experiences and expertise. Hear latest trends, best practice and case studies! Stay current and develop your OD competencies by attending the Organisation Development Seminar. Become a strategic partner to help take your organisation to the next level!

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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