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UPCOMING CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS


INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS CONFERENCE - CAPE TOWN

Two-day conference • 12-13 November 2014
Pre-conference Workshop • 11 November 2014
UCT Graduate School of Business, Protea Breakwater Lodge, CAPE TOWN

The current state of industrial relations in South Africa calls for a more strategic approach, as the high level of unrest is a cause for concern for investors and investor confidence. Issues such as poor socio-economic conditions of workers, inter Union rivalry and violent strikes resulting in job losses need to be addressed. Knowledge Resources has organised a high level industrial relations conference, focusing on the changing IR environment – new realities, new challenges and new approaches. The speakers and topics have been carefully selected to reflect the latest trends in the South African industrial relations landscape.


NEUROSCIENCE IN THE WORLD OF WORK SEMINAR

15 September 2014: ONE-DAY SEMINAR
16 September 2014: ONE-DAY WORKSHOP
The Hyatt Regency Hotel, 191 Oxford Road, Rosebank, Johannesburg

The world of work has become increasingly interested in the functioning of the brain. Neuroscience takes a look at how the brain learns, stores and uses information that it acquires and it is through learning that the brain enables us to adapt to the ever-changing, fast-paced world we live in. Leaders at all levels are being required to learn more than ever, in less time and with increasing demands on their attention. In this environment, we need real breakthroughs in our capacity to embed new behaviours. New discoveries from neuroscience about the nature of memory, how we learn and how we can make learning ‘stick’ more effectively, are beginning to provide some of these breakthroughs.


BUSINESS TO BUSINESS MARKETING CONFERENCE

17-18 September 2014
Hyatt Regency Hotel, Rosebank, Johannesburg


Knowledge Resource is proud to present the Business-to-Business Marketing Conference, taking place on 17–18 September 2014. This event is designed specifically for B2B professionals and marketing leaders who want to drive and ensure better business performance for their organisation and grow their own professional development. The programme will provide a unique platform to hear dynamic content and new insights, share experiences and thoughts, and will cover the topics crucial to any B2B marketer such as social media, content marketing, lead generation, integrated marketing, mobile marketing, brand strategy, customer engagement and much more! success.


CHIEF LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT OFFICER CONFERENCE 2014

21-23 October 2014  •  The Hyatt Regency, Rosebank
21 October: WORKSHOP  •  22-23 October: CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION

Learning leaders are under pressure to prove the value and impact of their learning function on the business and the bottom line. The business of learning needs to be seen and run as a business and there needs to be a fundamental shift about how one thinks about learning in order to bring the learning function to the next level. If you are an executive tasked with leading and creating a learning environment that drives company performance, you should attend the exclusive Chief Learning and Development Officers Conference taking place 21-23 October. Gain valuable insight into how to build a strategically aligned, impactful, valuable and recognised learning function in today’s challenging world of work.


Articles from Human Capital Review

Talent Gap Crisis: The Need to Shift How We Learn
Why do organisations struggle so much to get people to learn, change and make better decisions? What has happened? What has changed? What are we missing? In this article, Debbie Craig looks at the talent gap crisis and how we need to shift the way we learn.  

The South African Labour Market: A Post-Recession Analysis
South Africa has historically been plagued by high levels of unemployment which were exacerbated by the recession. Fortunately, the South African labour market has begun to recover from the loss of employment caused by the recession. The question is: How has the recession changed the landscape of the labour market in South Africa?
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