Recording: Unpacking Graduate Attributes: Webinar One: ICT/Digital Literacy

As we prepare for a steady increase in roles that require analytical and interpersonal skills, our need to collaborate with thought leaders, employers and higher education is critical in ensuring that our graduates have the necessary foundational literacies, competencies to approach complex challenges, and qualities to approach the changing environment. In the World Economic Forum …

Recording – Unpacking Graduate Attributes Webinar 2: Curiosity is now available

Graduates entering the workplace are facing a new reality – both in terms of their professional and personal lives.  They need to find ways to survive and thrive within a disruptive world.  VUCA, 4IR, innovation and disruption require graduates (and employees overall) to pivot, innovate and disrupt in their fields of expertise.  While some companies …

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Virtual Internships – Recent Experiences and Insights

Our recent webinar on virtual internships covers insights shared by three of our SAGEA members who have recent experience putting together and running virtual internships.  The three case studies were presented by: Thabang Ratau, Senior HR Business Partner, ENS Africa.Modlay Davids, Emerging Talent Recruitment Partner, Zutari.Elizbe Gildenhuis, PwC, Internal Audit.Our three presenters provided valuable insight …

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#QuantifyYourFuture

South Africa is producing an inadequate number of graduates in science,maths, engineering and technology. SAGEA’s online project – Quantify Your Future – focuses on educating young people about new and emerging careers in STEM. This presentation was given at SAGEA’s QNE in February 2020 to outline the challenge, and share Quantify Your Future’s achievements to …

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Future of Work

“All of the great leaders have had one characteristic in common: It was the willingness to confront unequivocally the major anxiety of their people in their time. This, and not much else, is the essence of leadership.” – John Kenneth Galbraith This presentation was given by Abdullah Verachia. This presentation was compiled following an ideation …

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