2019 SABPP Employment Equity, Diversity & Transformation (EEDT) Summit
IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER:
18-21 November 2019: EEDT Summit, Wanderers Club, Johannesburg
TDCI, EES-SIYAKHA and SABPP are proud to present the 9th Annual Employment Equity, Diversity and Transformation (EEDT) Summit from 18 to 21 November at the Wanderers Club, Illovo, Johannesburg.
The theme of the 2019 EEDT Summit is: Excellence in Transformation and Inclusion.
As with our previous EEDT Summits, the purpose of the event is (1) to showcase EEDT best practice, (2) create an opportunity for companies to benchmark against industry leaders and (3) to stimulate creative collaboration and networking opportunity within the EEDT fraternity.
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Celebrating Excellence in Employment Equity, Diversity & Transformation
Please contact TDCI: 012 329 2472 / email@example.com or Mmasephoma Moagi: 073 511 9521
The REVAMPED Robben Island Diversity Experience
Advanced 5- Programme in Individual, Group and Organisational Transformation,March/ April 2019, Robben Islandday
RIDE enables delegates to take a deep dive into the dynamics that inform and direct individual, team and societies processes. It is an intense 4-day experiential journey that expedites vast professional and personal shifts. As an advanced change and transformation programme, it utilises three powerful interlocking ‘lenses’ that facilitates a deep understanding of the conscious and unconscious, overt and covert factors that inform our mental models, personal narratives, value systems, level of consciousness, relatedness, relations, and power dynamics.
Only 36 places available. Please note that entry requirements apply, since it is a high level programme meant for senior change and transformation practitioners.
Disability 360 Seminar & Knowledge Workshop
This 2-day high impact "DO IT YOURSELF" 360 workshop will shed light on DISABILITY in SA's workplace and provide resources that organisations need to implement sound disability management programmes.
Delegates will get first hand updates on the South African Human Rights Commission's Disability Toolkit & Quick Reference Guide "Improving the Employability of Persons with Disability", hear results of recent case law, understand how to define disability, thoroughly explore local and international obligations and share ideas and best practices. They will also learn how to conduct a full disability audit , assess compliance, establish disability networks, encourage disclosure and improve education, understanding, communication and awereness.