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We are proud to have participated as presenter at the 2019 nifnex Festival of Business Learning, which was held at the Integrity Business Centre in Osborne Park. The first presentation was about Business Strategy. Attendees learned about the essentials of Read more…

Time to have a Merry Christmas 2018 has gone fast. Project Reboot has had some interesting challenges and went ‘full in’ tackling whatever obstacles came our way.  We have been providing consulting work with new clients, and we are grateful Read more…

A good time manager is likewise thought to be a great leader. How come?

Today’s question is who isn’t dealing with stress? It seems as though everyone you know has some type of stress in their lives. Familiar Stress Situation? Most families consist of two people who work along with a couple of children. Read more…

If you want to start feeling more energetic and getting more done then it is important to think about the way you are managing your emotion. Emotion is widely described as ‘Energy in Motion’.

The one question… If you were to climb to the top of the mountain and finally reach that all-knowing guru who holds the secret to life and are granted one question, what would it be? Some would ask the secret Read more…

It happens to us all.  One day we’re motivated and the next day we’re in the dumps having ourselves a pity party.  Staying motivated is not easy.  If it were, everybody would do it.  But, it can be done.  You Read more…

Being motivated and staying motivated are two indispensable qualities we must acquire if we’re to be happy and succeed.  Motivation pertains to a double life for most: Your life at home and your life at work.  Usually, if you’re happy Read more…

An employee recognition program is an excellent way to motivate and retain your employees. It can also play a part in attracting new talent to your organization. But it’s not enough to simply create and implement a program. If your Read more…

To create a strong culture for your organization, it’s not enough to implement certain behaviors and attitudes. You also have to be careful to avoid these 5 business culture killers.

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