March and we are marching well into 2013 – Ooops! Excuse the pun!
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March and we are marching well into 2013 – Ooops! Excuse the pun!

March and we are marching well into 2013 – Ooops! Excuse the pun!

Exciting news from Awesome SA: we will be launching an initiative called Together SA – Building Our Future during the month of April. Unfortunately we cannot divulge any further details right now as we make our final preparations for the launch. Awesome SA will however keep you posted by covering the launch in our April newsletter. After all together we can create the future we all dream about.

Budget – Boring, So Calming Down From Hysteria

Budget – Boring, So Calming Down From HysteriaThis month we highlight JP Landman's commentary on the Budget Speech. Some very interesting insights! Thank you to Nedbank Private Wealth for this article.

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Awesome SA has always believed in the people of South Africa. We have amazing people in this country and feel humbled by the number of ordinary people who are rolling up their sleeves to become active citizens in the pursuit of creating a better life for all in South Africa.

Walter Blore, a labour consultant, whose primary objective is to enhance performance in all spheres of life, including one’s personal and business life, hails from East Griqualand. He is working both in the farming and business sectors. His philosophy is – “to be gentle on people and hard on standards. Human dignity must always be respected. Never compromise on standards once they have been set.”

His article which appeared in the Farmers Weekly and we found on the EQ Evolution site on Candcie Smith’s blog gives us an idea of how he brings labour and management closer together, resolving many of the issues which arise as a result of misunderstanding of our different cultures. He is but one example of the thousands of South Africans reaching out to one another to help build a good future for all our people.

Rewarding productivity lifts performance

Rewarding productivity lifts performanceTraining and performance monitoring are key to encouraging productivity in the workforce. Labour consultant Walter Blore shifts the paradigm and puts farming businesses on track. Robyn Joubert reports.

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