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Don't judge a book by its cover - The Human LibraryIn line with the SACAP Festival of Learning's focus on generating significant conversations, the Human Library will be hosted at both the Johannesburg and Cape Town festival (18 and 25 May). This innovative concept, to inspire challenging, change-driven dialogues, involves volunteers serving as books; and 'reading' them takes the form of conversations. This will be the first time a Human Library will be staged in Johannesburg. 14 May 2018 Read more

Change dialogues at upcoming Festival of LearningSACAP (the South African College of Applied Psychology) has announced that the seventh annual Festival of Learning will be held in Johannesburg on 17 and 18 May, and in Cape Town on 24 and 25 May 2018. 20 Apr 2018 Read more

SACAP launches its first masters degreeSACAP (the South African College of Applied Psychology) is taking its range of successful programmes to new heights with the launch of a masters (MSocSci) degree in community mental health promotion. 19 Mar 2018 Read more

A day in the life of a coachIf you are thinking about a career as a coach, it can be useful to get a classic 'day in the life' view to see if coaching looks like a profession that may suit you. However, the reality is that coaches come from so many walks of life, and practice their profession in so many different ways that 'A Day in the Life of a Coach' is more a coffee table book than a snapshot! 12 Feb 2018 Read more

Are we ready to coach the millennials?In 2014, the number of millennials in the workplace overtook the baby boomers, and just a year later they surpassed Generation X workers too. By 2020, the global workforce will be significantly dominated by millennials. Growing up with tech as a given; innately connected and globally hardwired there's no doubt that the differences between millennials and previous generations are significant. Therefore, organisations can expect unprecedented cultural change as millennials become a greater force in the workplace. 22 Nov 2017 Read more


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