TFM Puzzle of ProcurementThis is such a wonderful article, I encourage all of you to read it.

We need to shed light on the importance of organisations taking time to educate their decision-making teams on the objectives, principles and guidelines of real transformation, as “it is more than simply a ‘Black and White’ issue.

BBBEE can be used to your advantage as an organisation, the problem is that most companies lack the basic knowledge and understanding of how it really works to utilise it correctly, and to leverage off its potential power.

TFM Magazine has published Jules’ latest article and we want you to check it out here.

Your Business - April 2015What do Richard Branson, Donald Trump, The Queen and Confidence Tricksters have in common?…

No, it isn’t their fantastic taste in hats. Nor is it their spectacular use of the English language… It’s their sales prowess.

And the best part is that it’s something you can learn too.

Jules’ new article published in the Your Business magazine helps you understand how to sell to the different personality types.

To read the full article, click here.

Mate to ManaggerIt used to be that you and your teammates could all commiserate about the lack of understanding from management, but now you are management.

Avo can show you how to go from teammate to team manager without losing vital relationships.

In Jules’ new article, published in the Star Workplace, she gives you some top tips on how to effectively handle the migration from Mate to Manager.

Check out the article here!

Globe Newswire ThumbGlobe Newswire NASDAQ International have published a latest press release, hot off the press entitled:

BTS has Acquired a Leading South African Learning & Development Company

BTS Group of Companies, announced that it has completed the acquisition of Avocado Vision, a leading South African-based company focused on corporate learning and development as well as community–worksite education.

It’s only just beginning and is already making waves

Check out the full press release here…

YourBusinessPeople are fascinating aren’t they? Park yourself at any mall and you can watch people interacting with others.  You will begin to notice similar types of behaviours… Some smile and chat easily, others listen intently with interest.  You’ll notice some being very direct and forceful, while others reacting in a precise objective way.

Now take a leap into another city across the world, and you’ll notice the same types of behaviour.

Find out why that is in Grant’s new article published in the March edition of Your Business magazine.

Check out his awesome article here.

YourBusinessArticleWhen it comes to managing change in your business, the guys on the front line are the ones who should belt it out…

… and keep in mind that your sales team are the front line!

Jules’ new article, published in the Your Business magazine (January edition), gives some crucial hints and tips on how to best manage change within your organisation.  Every company deals with some level of change on a daily basis, but big change can quickly snowball out of control if it’s not managed correctly from the get-go.

Click here to read the full article.

TFM MagazineDoes South Africa still discriminate as a society?

The desired outcome of diversity is a path of engagement; shifting all preconceived notions, of our ‘learned behaviour’. This will nurture and promote equality, providing all with the potential to succeed.  Although companies are obligated to pull resources from a wide pool of potential employees, promoting diversity and integrating people with disabilities is more than legislative compliance, it is a moral issue with ethical significance.

Jules’ latest article was published in TFM Magazine this month.

Check it out here.

Budgeting ArticleTwo of our trainers Mpho Mohatle and Fana Usiba represented Avo in Business Training at the Florida Regional Library, Mpho presented most of the programme and had his audience in stitches with his realistic, go-getter approach about money and the way South Africans interact with it.”Some South Africans earn R40 000 a month and are poor at the end of the month because they don’t take care of themselves and their hard-earned cash.  You are the person who works; you make the effort, you earn the money - so pay yourself first.”

Does that sound unusual to you?

Click here and find out how this interesting approach to budgeting is unpacked.

From Big to Small

ArticleMany small businesses are like families and when the owner or head of the family is pushed into sacrificing some for the greater good of all, the guilt and loss of faith can be devastating for the business.

In her new article, published in the Your Business Magazine, Jules Newton shares some essential tips on how to down-size your business and survive the process.

She shares some top tips - like brainstorming as a team, being honest and taking care of your team.  Have a look and see it’s all just a click away.

Employees“The best line of defence for employers is to educate employees as much as possible. Training employees to either avoid debt or get out of it as quickly as possible is one of the best gifts an employer can give.”

Lyndy van den Barselaar, MD of Manpower South Africa shared this article published in Engineering News with the masses, and we wanted to pass it on for you to read too.

She urges companies to take active interest in their employees’ financial wellbeing.

This is a must read.


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