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Effective Recognition 4 Enhanced Engagement Mini-workshop

Amongst the many drivers of engagement and performance, recognition stands out as the one that is easiest to achieve and cheapest to implement. It also stands out as one of those with the biggest impact on motivation, discretionary effort, productivity, and retention. And yet, recognition is...

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A fresh look at Customer Service in Nigeria

Delivering exceptional service is much more than serving customers – it is a mindset, a skillset and a conscious commitment. This mindset and commitment are directly related to employee engagement. The reason? Engagement – the emotional commitment one has to your organisation and its goals – drives higher levels...

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Free To Grow plants a flag in the Channel Islands

Partnering with global advisory and fund administration firm, The Maitland Group, after their recent acquisition of a fund company in Guernsey, has taken Free To Grow into the Channel Islands and its 33rd country. As the Executive team gear the business for further international growth and prepare...

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Growing High-Performing Teams Mini-workshop

Effective execution of strategy through engaged, collaborative and high-performing teams is at the top of every CEO's wish list. This, unfortunately, remains on the wish list because so few organisations are able to effectively translate the thinking and planning of their often-brilliant strategies into action...

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From Unconscious Bias to Conscious Inclusion

The City of Cape Town awarded Free To Grow the tender to equip 140 of their senior managers with the skills and tools to create a more inclusive environment in the City. Presented by Yolande Chirwa, senior Free To Grow facilitator and subject matter expert,...

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Attracting and retaining Millennial talent Mini-workshop

Mini-workshop 03: Engaging Millennials    Are Millennials really that different? According to Gallup's Chairman and CEO, Jim Clifton, the answer is yes – profoundly so. Born between the early 1980's and 2000's, Millennials have grown up in a time of rapid change, giving them a set of...

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FTG Namibia presents a series of SHAPE Mini-workshops

Attended by delegates from a large range of organisations in the private and public sectors, this hands-on, interactive workshop gave leaders the opportunity to explore their role in shaping a culture that drives employee engagement. Presented by Geraldine Leibbrandt, Director of Free To Grow, these sessions...

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