Constantia Park Weltevredenpark Roodepoort Gauteng 1709 South Africa



  1. To both create and reinforce awareness that:
    • People management is not the sole preserve of the HR Department and that successful people management makes good business practice;
    • The SABPP HR National Standards initiative provides organisations with an excellent opportunity to benchmark their people management against best practice;
    • The implementation of the HR Standards enables organisations and to identify gaps and opportunities and to improve their people management practices.
  2. To review some of the critical developments which are leading to polarisation, wealth loss and potentially disastrous conflict in South Africa;
  3. To review the HR Strategic Management Standard and highlight issues businesses need to address in their 2016 HR Strategies.


  1. The impact and after effects of the Platinum and follow-on strikes.
  2. Paradigms and polarisation in South Africa – why employers cannot be complacent.
  3. The SABPP HR Standards – an opportunity to build bridges and change attitudes.
  4. The HR Strategic Management Standard – content and how you use it to develop your HR strategy.
  5. Leadership and Values – nothing will work if managers do not live the values.
  6. Methodology – who to involve in strategy development and how do you do this?


  1. Delegates will be able to appreciate the benefits of implementing the SABPP National HR Standards.
  2. Delegates will recognise the need to develop a formal HR Strategy for their organisations endorsed by senior management.
  3. Delegates will get an appreciation of the challenges and risks posed by the external environment and how these are likely to impact on their organisation and its workforce.
  4. Delegates will be able to distinguish the role of HR management from that of line management in implementing progressive people management policies and practices.
  5. Delegates will be provided with practical guidelines in how to develop and HR strategy.

For bookings please contact Leanne on 031 309 4627 or email leanne@localhost