Creating a better Mzansi through sport and development
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Hello my fellow youth members due to the high number of corruption and crime in our mist,is a pity to hear that someone has broke the law.
This matter i present it to #MALES because they are the one whom are targeted but i don`t mean #FEMALES should brake the law and promote the #crime and #corruption because they don`t pay at the end.
REGARDS :DENICE MAPHANGA
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I WOULD LIKE TO THANK MY COMMUNITY MEMBERS FOR BEING PATIENT WITH FOR SERVING THEM WITH THE LOVE,JOY,PEACE AND GOOD WAY OF HOW TO ACHIEVE IN SILENT WHILE OTHERS ARE ASLEEP WITH THEIR GOOD QUALITIES OF A GOOD LEADERSHIP AND SUCCESS.
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To blog post competition?
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Effective communication is essential in any organisation, the single most important word to be used in achieving their goals. Communication itself does not provide all answers. There are three elements that are the fuel for achieving the best result, the A B and C of communication=accuracy, brevity and clarity.
THE CARDINAL RULES OF GOOD COMMUNICATION ARE:…Continue
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Here are some vital steps in the path to successful mentoring. applicable for someone putting two people together, or for you as a potential mentor or mentee.
Learning is a process, best done by gleaning from and learning on others. it is a sport team, a synergistic, powerful process that nurtures and grows two or more people simultaneously.…Continue
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Call each team member by their name.
Take the appropriate level of interest in them personally.
Frequently meet with them at their work station.
Ask for their opinion and hear them out.
Verbally reward your team, and look for opportunities to praise and thank them.
Show respect for them and what they…Continue
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