Accountability in the workplace

If you are entering the working world for the very first time, congratulations to you and we hope that you have many successful years ahead. When walking into your first job, either in-office or remote, it’s important to understand that there are things that you will need to do and reciprocate. It’s also important to understand that this is not school or university, where ‘group work’ is something that’s often taken for granted.

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Armour our learners for better futures

High school is arguably a beautiful place. Many lifetime friendships are conceived there, formed, and nurtured only to be separated after matric and rekindled on social media later on in life. For some, high school is horrible, a place of the devil. Some don’t even make it out. However handsome or horrid the place can be, it does possess a ubiquitous common denominator that is education.

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Surviving January!

There’s nothing like hitting the reset button on your time, day or life, and that’s what makes January the perfect month. It may seem like a long, painful month with getting back into the swing of things, while the bills for the new year start piling up, but it’s a great opportunity to adopt a habit or change your routine. So, in order to make the best of the month, here are a few things you can do to turn Janu-worry into a great start for 2022!

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How to cope with end of year burnout

December is just around the corner and end of year burnout feels like a limp to the finish line. Not to mention, the burnout felt this year is more prominent than ever considering this is the second year we have survived a pandemic. The pain of the pandemic has caused a severe mental illness spike in many South Africans this year – the toll on our mental health has never been greater.

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