WELCOME TO COMENSA

COACHES & MENTORS OF SOUTH AFRICA

In a world of constant change, coaching and mentoring are playing an
increasing role in empowering future generations to realise their full potential.
To meet this need, COMENSA ensures that the highest standard of professional
service is provided by serving as the globally recognised, self-regulatory,
professional body for coaching and mentoring in South Africa.

ABOUT COMENSA

Inspire | Enlighten | Empower

We provide a platform for all stakeholders to engage, educate,
exchange, and evolve in pursuit of best practice.

We support the ongoing evolution of coaches and mentors through
the promotion of diversity, inclusion, education, and networking
through our community of practitioners.

We reinforce professionalism through a process of credentialing,
the maintenance of participation and continued education tracking.

COACHING VS MENTORING

Understanding the difference

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COACHING

COMENSA defines coaching as “a professional, collaborative and outcomes-driven method of learning that seeks to develop an individual and raise self-awareness so that he or she might achieve specific goals and perform at a more effective level”.

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COACHING VS MENTORING

COACHING VS MENTORING

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MENTORING

COMENSA defines mentoring as “a partnership in which a mentee is assisted in making significant advances in knowledge, perspective and vision in order to develop their full potential; the mentor’s wisdom is utilised by the mentee to facilitate and enhance new learning and insight”.

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COACHING VS MENTORING

COACHING VS MENTORING

The benefits of JOINING COMENSA

As you progress from the first step of registering with COMENSA as a Student or Ordinary Member, you will enjoy an increasing array of benefits.

Find more information on which category of membership you qualify for as well as the detail of our very affordable membership fees on our Membership page. 

Training Provider Programme (TPP)

How do Training Provider Programmes work, and why are they vital to the coaching and mentoring professions?

The extensive array of COMENSA approved Training Provider Programmes are vetted to strict standards to further the development of coaches and mentors, helping them maintain their CPD points as well as to stay abreast of rapidly developing industry knowledge.

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FIND

Further your development and earn Continuous
Professional Development points.

APPLY

Please register with COMENSA to access our
online application portal to have your
programme approved. 

EVENT CALENDAR

COMENSA holds a diverse range of events each month, providing insight to the latest coaching and mentoring trends and developments, and the opportunity to earn CPD points.

COMENSA prides itself on the diverse range of events held every month. Providing insight to the latest coaching and mentoring trends and developments.

Each event is hosted by one of our four regional chapters: Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, Western Cape, and Limpopo, or by the specialised portfolio committees: Supervision, Marketing, Membership Criteria and Standards of Competence (MCSC), Research, or Social and Ethics.

The majority of our events are presently hosted online and are available free to everyone registered with COMENSA. If you are not yet registered, join us now to have access to this invaluable resource.

Face to face networking events will be returned to as soon as appropriate and will be held in each of the regions. Attendance is free for members and attracts a small fee for non-members.

Newsflash

We have embarked on yet another interesting expedition in our quest of ensuring that COMENSA remains the professional body it is meant to be. We look forward to this exhilarating journey.

President & VP update

 

Dear Members of COMENSA,

Thank you so much for the individual and collective roles you played in ensuring that the 17th Annual General Meeting (AGM) held online on the 25th May 2022 becomes the success it was. We remain thankful for your active participation in the affairs of the organisation, particularly in exercising your rights to vote. All recommendations and proposals put before the AGM were astoundingly approved and for that we remain appreciative and grateful. Detailed voting results and further information will be shared when the AGM Minutes are circulated to the members.

The launch of the brand identity and the new website before the AGM was but beautifully presented. Without sounding like a broken record, please allow me to reiterate our appreciations to Dawn Klatzko and Colleen Qvist for their dedication over a period of two years to ensure that the projects near its completion. I can safely say without fear of contradiction that it is indeed true that determination to be wise is the first step towards becoming wise.

I encourage all members to familiarise themselves with the new website and ensure that the new brand identity is littered in our operating landscape. I am inclined to agree with the assertion that says your brand identity tells people who you are, what you do, why you do it and how you do it.

It looks like we have embarked on yet another interesting expedition in our quest of ensuring that COMENSA remains the professional body it is meant to be. We look forward to this exhilarating journey.

As I say farewell to Colleen Qvist as our previous Vice President, I am also welcoming Veronica Wantenaar as the new Vice President. Thank you, Colleen, for your dedication, passion and love for COMENSA. I am comforted by the fact that you are a phone call away. Let me also welcome both Veronica Wantenaar and Neil Jansen as new members of the board of directors. We look forward to your contributions as you exercise your fiduciary duties as directors of COMENSA.

Again, thank you for your expressed enthusiasm, backing and we look forward to your ongoing support and participation in the affairs of COMENSA. The journey ahead looks exciting and thrilling.

Inkomu swinene; Ke ya Leboga, Ngiyabonga, Enkosi, Ndo Livhuwani, Thank you and Dankie.

Yours In his Service,

Mokadi Mathye

National President: +2783 325 4676

 

 

I would like to thank the people that nominated and voted for me to take over the role of National Vice President of COMENSA for the next two years.

This is an exciting time to be taking on this role as COMENSA has just launched its new website, which now offers a much more friendly site for both our members and the public to find out about who we are, why we exist and how to contact us for anything related to coaching and mentoring.

I would like to offer my thanks on behalf of all COMENSA members to Colleen Qvist, the outgoing National Vice President. She has been an integral part of the creation of the new look website and given many hours of her time in service of the organisation.

For those of you who don’t know me I would just like to confirm that I am committed to support the leadership and goals of the organisation, promoting COMENSA as a Professional Body that is the natural home for coaches and mentors and the place of reference for organisations and individuals looking for coaches and mentors. The members are our priority, finding ways to support you wherever you are in your journey as a coach or mentor.

I have been an active participant in COMENSA since I joined in 2008 and I would encourage you to volunteer in the building of the organisation, keeping us relevant to the challenging world in which we find ourselves and helping us extend coaching and mentoring to a wider audience.

COMENSA is your COMENSA, and it needs you to share your thoughts and ideas to help us to continue to support your needs and interests, and those of the broader public that we serve. You are welcome to contact me on VP@comensa.org.za

Veronica Wantenaar

National Vice President

Portfolio Committee update

 

Dear Coaching and Mentoring community,

I hope you are mentally, physically and spiritually well!

As a coach/mentor we place ourselves in a position of trust with our clients, we are therefore ethically bound to ensure that we act in a morally responsible and professional manner. Some guiding ethical principles are:

Do no harm – As coaches and mentors we understand the difference between right and wrong; we have entered this profession with a desire to help rather than harm.

Do good – Our primary reason for becoming coaches and mentors was a need to do good and provide a service.

Encourage autonomy – our overall objective is to provide the client with tools that enable them to ultimately operate independently.

Confidentiality – involves a set of rules executed through a contract or confidentiality agreement limiting access to certain types of information. This is usually thought of as an ethical issue and is also a legal obligation.
How can we ensure we adhere to these guiding principles?
Set boundaries – Clear definitions should be made regarding the primary client, the hierarchy of stakeholders and the rules of engagement.
Confidentiality – Clear guidelines should be established to detail what information may or may not be divulged.
Competence – The role of the coach/mentor to be clearly laid out detailing required outcomes. You should also objectively assess the requirements against your capability and competency.
Dependency – Clear guidelines outlining length of coaching/mentoring process to be made as well as an exit strategy.
“We can change the world and make it a better place. It is in your hands to make a difference” ~ Nelson Mandela

Until next month be safe mentally, physically and spiritually.

With Love & Light
Ashnee Naidoo – SEC Chair
SEC@comensa.org.za

 

 

The Investigations Committee has now held its inaugural meeting and set about the task of clarifying roles and responsibilities of the Chair and members. The next step is finalising the Terms of Reference that can be sent to the Board for approval. This is being developed with input from all the committee members and we can already see the value that each individual is bringing in terms of their commitment, knowledge and participation.

We look forward to sharing information with you on this journey to create an effective investigation process that will support the professional body status of COMENSA.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at the following email address: investigations@comensa.org

Veronica Wantenaar – Chair

 

 

MCSC – Membership Criteria & Standards of Competence Committee

How important is it for us as Coaches and Mentors to be competent? And in saying that, we often find ourselves very aggravated when we notice Coaches and Mentors not being competent, and in some cases, not even applying the basics of Coaching or Mentoring. That is why COMENSA has compiled the Behavioural Standards, which is the essence of Coaching and Mentoring. Without it, how would a session really be, and how would the client experience the session?
It reminds me of this quote by Mary Jo Putney, ‘Competence is a great creator of confidence’. If we as Coaches and Mentors are competent, we will be so much more confident, providing more value to our clients.
Something that has stuck with me over the past number of years, and I always remind myself of it, that clients don’t pay for Coaching or Mentoring, they pay for results.
Be more competent, which will make you more confident, effective and efficient.
Below is a short note from Hendrik Crafford, indicating that the awareness of Financial Advisors and Coaches toward the COMENSA Behavioural Standards is on the increase, wanting to create improved results and outcomes for their clients.

FINANCIAL COACHING SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP
A group of like-minded coaches and financial planners that is interested in becoming credentialed coaches started a Financial Coaching Specialist Group in October 2021, with the leadership and guidance of Andre Retief.

Sharon Moller, Facilitator of the Integrated Behavioral Coaching course at Old Mutual Wealth and Hendrik Crafford from Craffies Financial Coaching and Financial Coach Facilitator at the University of the Free State initiated the conversations with Andre to explore the following in the Specialist Interest Group:

  1. Create a shared understanding of Financial Coaching
  2. Explore if Financial Coaching require additional behaviour standards than the current COMENSA Behaviour Standards
  3. Share best practices.
  4. Promote Financial Coaching and COMENSA Coach credentialing to both practitioners and the public.

We meet every second last Friday of the month at 08H00 on Zoom.
If you have an interest in Financial Coaching or are curious about Financial Coaching, please join us by registering using the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEkc-2srTMpGdyfKjqt7blIb0mEvx1N4xTW

If you only want more information, you are welcome to contact Hendrik at hendrik@craffiescoaching.net

 

Recently Credentialed!!

Congratulations to our three members who have recently been Credentialed.

 

Sedi (Mmamasedi) Manthoko – COMENSA Credentialed Coach

My name is Sedi and I am a recently Credentialled COMENSA Coach. I have always wanted to be a credentialled member of COMENSA for I recognize the value that it adds to my brand, and more importantly I appreciate that COMENSA is there to ensure that my services are appropriate for the public, and I fully buy into the idea of adhering to the standard that makes me fit to serve the public!
Building up to the coaching evaluation session, the process was very flexible in allowing that I bring my own client to the coaching. This flexibility enforced my view that COMENSA is not rigid; and that COMENSA lives up to their commitment to making the credentialling journey easy and not burdensome.
During the credentialling process, my evaluators made me feel at ease, and helped me and my client relax. My client experienced some technical challenges and we were given a bit more time to cater for that – flexibility demonstrated once again, as well as empathy!

I now have a good appreciation of the credentialling process. During the process, I appreciated what it means to demonstrate the behavioural standards and the relevance of the standards to effective coaching.

 

Helen Harrod – COMENSA Credentialed Coach

“The Credentialing application process seemed to initially be overwhelming. But once I had my log updated and testimonials from clients, I was able to work through the process easily. The evaluators explained the evaluation and observation process in a reassuring and professional manner. There were 2 of us being assessed on that day, and I enjoyed coaching my fellow coach. I am pleased that I successfully have become an credentialed coach with COMENSA. I encourage others who are thinking about whether to do this – fulfil the criteria, coach as you know how and you will be able to complete this step of becoming a Credentialed coach.”

 

Tillie Smit – COMENSA Credentialed Coach

The Evaluation and being Credentialed, was something I dreaded, but the experience was made smooth by the kind and caring people involved in the process.The two examinors, Jacques and Linda, were very reassuring and confident and that helped me to relax and just do my thing.
I appreciate the constructive feedback I received from them, knowing that I still need to learn a lot.

We look forward to having YOU as our next applicant for Credentialing……

But my question to you is this….what exactly is holding you back from doing this? I would love to hear from you……

André Retief

MCSC Chair

mcsc@comensa.org.za

 

 

The SPC online events are proving to be popular with COMENSA members – there are several more planned for this year, so sign up if you haven’t done so yet.

Our most recent event was on May 4, with the topic “Co-creating SHIFT through Supervision with the focus on you as a COACH or MENTOR”. Lesanne Brooke explored diversity awareness and how supervision supports our coaching and mentoring in diverse contexts.

Some feedback comments received:
‘Supervision is where coaches are held as they work with challenges and opportunities – it’s a space to learn and grow, safely.’
‘A great, insightful session. I am glad I finally made it to a COMENSA session and will be attending many more.’
‘Supervision is imperative for every Coach and mentor.’
‘So eloquent and powerfully dialogued.’
‘Awesome visuals.’
Forthcoming Event
We will again be engaging online with COMENSA members, this time hosted by the KZN chapter.
Date: Thursday 23 June 2022
Time: 6.30pm – 8pm
Topic “Co-creating SHIFT through Supervision with the focus on YOU in your SYSTEM”
This will be another opportunity to experience supervision first-hand, as well as to reflect on your own coaching practice, and to meet with fellow COMENSA members. Details will follow in the invitation.

Wellness Tip
The next time you shower, instead of taking your boss/children/worries/shopping list into the shower cubicle with you, rather engage all your senses and focus on the water, soap, temperature and more, turning your experience into a mindful practice.

 

 

This month’s article we would like to dedicate largely to Janice Hanly, our outgoing secretary. Janice is our longest-serving member, having joined the Research Portfolio Committee in 2013 already.

Thank you, Janice, for your unwavering positivity, diligent upkeep of the committee’s administrative tasks, and the guaranteed batch of smiles from your side of our meeting rooms. We understand your decision to move on to something new and we are happy that you have found it in the newly formed COMENSA Investigations Committee (crossing the floor, she called it 😊).

It was great having you with us and thank you for your contribution to the RPC. We will truly miss you in our conversations.

All the best

Elona, Jacques, Jabulile, Rosieda, and Patrick.
From a research perspective, have a look at this article on how a mentoring programme helps to ease the labour market integration of youth in Belgium: https://doi.org/10.24384/sxrr-ec22

The research uses this definition of ‘mentoring-to-work’:

A person with more localised experience (mentor) provides guidance to a person with less experience (mentee), the objective of which is to support the mentee in making sustainable progress in their journey into the labour market. Both mentor and mentee voluntarily commit to this and establish contact on a regular basis. The relationship is initiated, facilitated, and supported by a third actor (organisation). While asymmetrical, the mentoring relationship is of a reciprocal nature.

The programme pairs youth between the ages of 18 and 33 years old with volunteer mentors over 50 years old, and since 2013 it has already paired more than 3,000 mentees. The mentees come from across the world, all with a migration background. The 5 most popular mentoring topics are: increasing confidence, writing of resumes, look for jobs, writing cover letters for the job applications, and preparing for interviews.

This research documented the wide impact the mentoring programme has had over the years. One of the most important research findings was the importance of matching mentors and mentees. This highlights the need for a good understanding of mentee needs and of mentor skills and background.

Chapter Chatter

 

Please join us as we welcome Mohau Mphomela to our GP Committee. Mohau has volunteered to serve with us, bringing with him a wealth of experience in various aspects of leadership. He has travelled and represented institutions locally and internationally. Mohau has been a member and in many instances served as chairperson of various boards. He has passion on issues related to events management amongst other areas. We are excited to have Mohau in our midst.

We would like to thank our leadership who have served us until the National AGM. Once more, congratulations and welcome to those who have joined the leadership. We commit to support you in the journey to take our COMENSA to greater heights.

Thanks you to our members for showing up at the National AGM. Your presence and inputs are much appreciated.

As June in South Africa observes the sacrifices of the youth and students of June 1976 and other terrains of our historical struggles against injustice, the COMENSA GP Committee makes an offer to provide at least 2 hours of coaching and mentoring to the youth and students of our country. We avail ourselves to provide pro-bono coaching and mentoring to those who will raise their hands for support this month of June. Should you find this offer appealing to you, please contact the Gauteng Chairperson on the contact details below.
Tsietsi Telite Gauteng Chairperson gpchair@comensa.org.za
You can find contact details of other committee members via our COMENSA website https://www.comensa.org.za/Contact/Gauteng.

We convey our commitment to the cause of the youth and students universally. We support the various interventions and moves to grow and develop the future of humankind. It is in the youth and students that the future will be guided in the right direction. Let’s work together to steer the world in the right direction. It starts with small steps.

Please remember to:
Renew / update your membership
Yours in service: Tsietsi Telite, Karabo Manyama, Joyce Baloyi, Motshidisi Letloenyane, Vesper Nkoane and Mohau Mphomela

 

 

May has been a busy month for COMENSA. National, have launched our new high-quality website for us to explore. We are so appreciative of the new look and feel and the easy flow of navigating the website.

With the recovering of the recent floods, we all remain positive that with the kindness of the communities, and government’s commitment things will improve.

This month, see us partnering with our Supervision Committee who will be running our event on the 23 June. We look forward to a brief overview of supervision and then actual breakaways with a supervisor.

We are also in discussion with DCCI to look at dates for this year’s speedcoaching. We will be sending out a call to coaches in the upcoming month for coaches to participate in the speed-coaching sessions.

On that note if I may leave you with a note …“Stay focused. Your start does not determine how you’re going to finish.” —Herm Edwards, Head Coach New York Jets (2001-05), Kansas City Chiefs (2006-08)

Stay safe!

Your KZN Team,

Adina, Michelle and Rajeshree

 

 
Greetings and happy June to everyone from the Western Cape.
 
In this last month, we were reminded at the national AGM, of the significant role that we play as an organisation to support the development of coaches and mentors. As a chapter, we were pleased to see the strides toward professionalising coaching that has been made by the COMENSA National Leadership team, and the supporting committees and chapters. We acknowledge and commend our Leaders for leading from the front and providing the space for us to learn from and celebrate our successes as an organisation, while also recognising the value in reflecting on our areas for development and growth.
 
As a member organisation, it is important that each of us play our role in making COMENSA an organisation where we contribute, bring our expertise and experience, and identify/request areas where we see the need for further development. As the Western Cape Chapter, we are committed to this and to supporting our national strategy. We invite you join us in this.
 
The Western Cape chapter would like to thank our outgoing Vice President, Collen Qvist, for her service to COMENSA, and we welcome in the new VP, Veronica Wantenaar, as well as other new office-bearers.
 
The next Western Cape Chapter event will take place on Wednesday, 13 July. Klasie Wessels will be with us, speaking on the topic, “Coaching Towards Meaning and Purpose – Using the Principles of Logotheraphy”.

Keep your eye on your emails for more information, and plan to join us for this event.

DATE:  Wednesday, 13 July 2022
TIME: 18:30 – 20:00 (PM)
VENUE: Zoom link will be sent
 
Sending you all best wishes,
Claudio, Teresa, Charne and Merlinda

 

 

LIMPOPO CHAPTER OF COACHES AND MENTORS OF SOUTH AFRICA, (COMENSA)2022
 
Hello to Limpopo Coaches and Mentors,
 
We welcome the new COMENSA year 2022/23 after hosting the 17th National Annual General Meeting, (AGM).
Limpopo Chapter welcomes Veronica Wantenaar as the COMENSA incoming Vice President. Endless kudos and thanks to the outgoing Vice President, Collen Qvist.
 
It was great to get a reemphasis that buyers of coaching and mentoring services are incessantly requiring coaches and mentors who are credentialled by a reputable controlling body like COMENSA.
If you need that breakthrough in your practice, we invite you to begin your credentialling journey.
The launch of the new COMENSA website was a historic mark. A number of functionalities are now automated for the convenience of our members.
 
As usual we invite volunteers who need to assist with membership recruitment to write to lpsecretary@comensa.org.za or lpchair@comensa.org.za
 
To our members who need to credential, please log in to our website: www.comensa.org.za
for more details or contact mcsc@comensa.org.za  Explore the COMENSA’s improved website,
 
Thank you!
 
lpchair@comensa.org.za ,0836996600
CHAPTER CHAIRPERSON
REUBEN RAMMBUDA
COMENSA MASTER COACH

Forthcoming Events

SUPERVISION VIRTUAL EVENT

KZN Virtual event via Zoom on Thursday 23 June 18h30 -20h00.

Please register in advance on the zoom link below
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcsfuisrTorHdWO7XCLpIcq7zEwbqsCVTNo
SUPERVISION EVENT
Holistic Fitness: Co-creating SHIFT through Supervision

The doors will close at 18h40

OVERVIEW:

Building our own muscle as coaches requires ongoing and intentional action. Global shifts require us as coaches to be fit to meet the demands of change and remain agile and flexible in our delivery to our clients.

Flexing and strengthening our core competencies for emotional, mental and intellectual fitness should be high on our list. Supervision does just that!

Join our interactive session to gain insight into co-creating the necessary shifts required to remain on the top of your game.

A BRIEF SPEAKER BIOGRAPHY:

Lesanne Brooke is a thinking partner to executives and business leaders. She’s a credentialled Master Coach and facilitates transformative processes, Design Thinking and skills for Rebel Leadership. She also trains and mentors coaches.

Please consider what you would like to bring as a topic, as there will be the opportunity to have a group supervision experience in a breakaway room with a supervisor.
Important: As this is an interactive session there will be no recording of the session.

Please send any questions which you may have to kznchair@comensa.org.za

We look forward seeing you.

Sincerely
Your KZN Provincial Chapter Team: Michelle (Chair), Adina de Vries (Chair) and Rajeshree (Secretary).

By attending this online meeting you agree to the privacy policy of COMENSA, as well as the remote hosting service. Some of your personal information, such as name, image, and any shared messages may be shared with other meeting participants and might be recorded by COMENSA and/or other meeting participants who may use the recording in the future. Your remote attendance hereby discharges COMENSA from all claims, demands, rights, promises, damages and liabilities arising out of or in connection with the use or distribution of said video recordings, including but not limited to any claims for invasion of privacy, appropriation of likeness or defamation.

WELCOME TO COMENSA

COACHES & MENTORS OF SOUTH AFRICA

In a world of constant change, coaching and mentoring are playing an increasing role in empowering future generations to realise their full potential.

ABOUT COMENSA

Inspire | Enlighten | Empower

We provide a platform for all stakeholders to engage, educate, exchange, and evolve in pursuit of best practice.

We support the ongoing evolution of coaches and mentors through the promotion of diversity, inclusion, education, and networking through our community of practitioners.

We reinforce professionalism through a process of credentialing, the maintenance of participation and continued education tracking.

The benefits of
JOINING COMENSA

As you progress from the first step of registering with COMENSA as a Student or Ordinary Member, you will enjoy an increasing array of benefits.

Find more information on which category of membership you qualify for as well as the detail of our very affordable membership fees on our Membership page.

Training Provider
Programme (TPP)

How do Training Provider Programmes work, and why are they vital to the coaching and mentoring professions?

The extensive array of COMENSA approved Training Provider Programmes are vetted to strict standards to further the development of coaches and mentors, helping them maintain their CPD points as well as to stay abreast of rapidly developing industry knowledge.

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FIND

Further your development and
earn Continuous Professional
Development points.

APPLY

Please register with COMENSA to
access our online application portal
to have your programme approved.

EVENT CALENDAR

COMENSA holds a diverse range of events each month, providing insight to the latest coaching and mentoring trends and developments, and the opportunity to earn CPD points.

COMENSA prides itself on the diverse range of events held every month. Providing insight to the latest coaching and mentoring trends and developments.

Each event is hosted by one of our four regional chapters: Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, Western Cape, and Limpopo, or by the specialised portfolio committees: Supervision, Marketing, Membership Criteria and Standards of Competence (MCSC), Research, or Social and Ethics.

The majority of our events are presently hosted online and are available free to everyone registered with COMENSA. If you are not yet registered, join us now to have access to this invaluable resource.

Face to face networking events will be returned to as soon as appropriate and will be held in each of the regions. Attendance is free for members and attracts a small fee for non-members.

FEBRUARY Newsflash

Coaching and mentoring over the silly season, where does it begin and where does it end?

President & VP update
August month has come and gone…lots of things happened!!! Given some of the activities that took place in August, I found myself reflecting on the power of respect in organizational and team contexts. Working in an organization or on a team can be a walk.
Portfolio Committee update
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Forthcoming Events
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