Increasing Business Productivity – Training Within Industry enhances skills

As published in The Witness by Edward West on 11 October 2018. IF a worker hasn’t learned to do their work, the instructor hasn’t taught — it’s not the worker’s fault. This was according to Professor of Lean Enterprise John Bicheno, who was the keynote speaker at annual KZN Lean Conference 2018, hosted by the […]

Fear of ineffective training

As published in The Witness, 12 October 2018 by Edward West. THE biggest fear in training is that it will be ineffective, Tanya Hulse, managing director of Pietermaritzburg-based Training Leadership Consulting, said yesterday. She spoke at the second day of the KZN Conference 2018, that was hosted by the Pietermaritzburg Chamber of Business in Hilton. […]

Learnership Programme at Fairfield Dairy

For us at TLC, the best celebrations are those where we acknowledge and recognise the hard-earned achievements of the people we train and develop. Monday 17th September was a truly special day, as we had the opportunity to celebrate with a group of learners from Fairfield Dairy, who had shown perseverance and commitment to their […]

Customer Experience

CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE MANAGEMENT

Being a small business is tough – while they may be the backbone of the economy, it’s hard to afford what big businesses take for granted especially with skills development budgets. Being a small business ourselves, we understand the challenge! So when a local veterinary practice approached us for some help in training their front […]

problem solving

PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS PROGRAMME

We have supported a long-term Johannesburg-based client with training on problem-solving skills for decision making. However, their B-BBEE Verification Agency had informed them that they would only consider formal unit standard-based training for B-BBEE skills development points. This meant that valuable, business-oriented training would no longer be recognised, and this was a significant concern. We […]

Leadership development

TLC LEADERSHIP PROGRAMMES

The FLAME (Future, Leadership, Action, Motivation, Edge) Programmes were developed by TLC using the expertise of experienced leaders to develop a practical, relevant and personal leadership journey. This highly effective and empowering programme uses the FLAME Model to engage leaders through interactive group sessions in a classroom environment. This combined with the assessments and a […]

Employee onboarding

Why some employees leave in their first few months

PRONEL, the personnel agency and Training Leadership Consulting (TLC) provided some insights recently into why employees leave in their first few months. Imagine, as a business owner, you just heard the bad news — that new superstar employee you hired a few months ago suddenly resigned, as apparently “it just didn’t work out”. TLC MD […]

Beverage giant ABInBev partner with TLC for their Lean Six Sigma training

We’ll drink to that that! TLC’s Gauteng Director, Maurice Kuhn, recently started training a team of senior managers on Lean Six Sigma Green Belt at beverage giant ABInBev’s Johannesburg offices.  Maurice, a Master Black Belt, is pictured with the ABInBev team, including the Africa Zone President Ricardo Tadeu (back row, centre). “It has been a […]

Meet the team

Getting to Know – Azanda Khumalo

Meet Azanda, TLC’s 2017 In-service trainee   We are proud to introduce Azanda Felicity Khumalo as TLC’s 2017 In-service trainee. Azanda is currently studying Business Management at Damelin College Pietermaritzburg doing her 3rd and final year in this course. She has joined our team to gain valuable work experience as part of her practical application […]

Lean thinking helps businesses to thrive

As featured in The Mercury 28 March 2018 by Peta Lee The Lean philosophy can help maintain the organisational resilience needed to thrive in an uncertain world, says Tanya Hulse, managing director of business improvement consulting firm Training Leadership Consulting (TLC). Speaking at a recent Lean Forum hosted by the Pietermaritzburg Chamber of Business, Hulse said […]