Newsletter

30 Jul 2017 Written by admin In

Paladin Performance July

In this month's edition of Paladin Performance, we tackle key skills shortages and where Learning and Development fall short in providing adequate and suited learning interventions, the successful tranferral of knowledge and skills to the workplace by analysing the difference between one-dimensional learning and dynamic learning, our Paladin Performance Academy offerings, the lack of supervisory skills in South Africa, and whether or not emotional intelligence is a non-easily automated task.

Content:

The skills paradox

28 Feb 2017 Written by admin In

Paladin Performance February

Education, for Paladin, forms a core component of both our business consulting services as well as our new Paladin Performance Online Academy. So we bring to you research and opinion on current and relevant topics prevalent in the higher educational and workplace spheres in this edition of our Paladin Performance Newsletter. 

On the menu for this month's read:

South Africa's Higher Education Future

The Skills Gap in the Education-Workplace Value Chain

Getting "Creative" with the Rise of Automation

31 Jan 2017 Written by admin In

Paladin Performance January 2017

Our first newsletter for the year kicks off with a focus on elearning, why? We at Paladin are greatly excited to announce that we are embarking on our Paladin Performance Online Academy vision, in partnership with the internationally acclaimed Chart Learning Solutions on their Learning Management System (LMS).

14 Dec 2016 Written by admin In

2016 Year End

Thanking all our clients, partners and networks for the excellent support during 2016.

We hope to continue sharing our people and sport inspired vision with you.

Click here to watch our year end message from the Paladin team.

 

31 Oct 2016 Written by admin In

Paladin Performance October 2016

This issue of Paladin Performance is the last of our written newsletters for the 2016 year. It has been an exciting year sharing our passion for sport and performance, and how we correlate those components with the workplace. We focus on an interesting perspective on 'business nutrition' and how to nourish the business system with vital micro-nutrients.

30 Sep 2016 Written by admin In

Paladin Performance September 2016

The key focus for our September issue of Paladin Performance is Learning and Development, but more specifically the possibilities of online learning. It is quite incredible what advances in technology have done for the world of education. Education is becoming far more widespread and far more affordable. At Paladin we are passionate about education, and we truly believe that education is a lifelong journey that should only flourish with time.

31 Aug 2016 Written by admin In

Paladin Performance August 2016

The theme for this month's issue is on leadership. Not only is leadership growing in significance in the work place, its functional role is also shaping to match the changing work landscape. Paladin Performance offers some insights on how to develop leadership using a sporting analogy, as well as provides statistics to show how global organisations view their internal leadership systems.

31 Jul 2016 Written by admin In

Paladin Performance July 2016

Topics covered in this month's short and exciting issue of Paladin Performance: our SA Icon at the Rio Olympic Games; ​Stress and proactive ways to tackle it; the power of technology with a focus on the BPS sector; and some fast facts about the internet and social media. Don't forget to watch a great video, from the Hardvard Business Review, on turning stress into a positive!  

30 Jun 2016 Written by admin In

Paladin Performance June 2016

The puzzle of motivation...Read this month's edition of Paladin Performance for some interesting, stimulating and fresh insight into motivation and how to stratgecially manage it to drive business performance.

 

31 May 2016 Written by admin In

Paladin Performance May 2016

Read this month's special edition of Paladin Performance highlighting the importance of literacy and skills development, and the significance of the BPO Industry with regards to South Africa's current socio economic status.