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People

Our Services
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Communications

CJHNetwork utilises best practice frameworks and support training to ensure that Communications flow.

A Communications System that ensures messages are delivered on time and opens up feedback is essential to reduce the distortion that humans inevitably bring to any conversation.

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Learning & Development

CJHNetwork can coach Leaders to acquire skills & provide a range of curriculums from ICT to Soft skills at all levels.

Supporting the strategic intent that effective Learning & Development requires is part of our purpose. Learning & Development must embrace the 70/20/10 approach. Blending learning and ensuring the Leaders are taking responsibility for coaching and developing employees must be part of the formula for success. CJHNetwork has over 150 Training products at its disposal.

Systematic Training / ADDIE

We can train your Trainers and assist them in the development of materials and plans to effect increased performance.

Another challenge that organisations face in the Learning & Development area is sustainability of their training system. Systematic Training or ADDIE (Analyse, Design, Develop, Instruct & Evaluate) is the industry standard for Training Trainers and helping them to author their own materials for classroom, one to one or e-learning.

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Leadership Development

We use a combination of Competency Models, Assessment Centres & diagnostics to determine the gaps that exist & to create development plans that include the employee's manager.

At the heart of most Change processes is the capability of Leadership. Some training is always provided to give the Leaders a chance to learn new skills and most importantly to engage with their colleagues. Training is supported by reading, e-learning and assignments that will increase the learning and include their colleagues' experience.

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Ready to implement lasting change in your organisation?