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After completion of the Potential Assessment ELI will provide you with a 5 year training plan for every person in your organisation which may also serve as your Employment Equity Strategy.
We strongly believe that potential assessment should be done first. It can be used for the Workplace Skills Plan; for we often see students lose hope for further development if they have not been assessed.

Characteristics:

The Potential Assessment is a standardized psychometric pattern arrangement test. No level of literacy is required to complete this assessment as no reading is required.
Determine the trainability of each employee
Serve as a guide in decision-making
It is a resource in planning training
Curb the risk of investment in training

Leaders are identified in an objective manner and can be followed up with a number of training programs to strengthen the development areas identified. Activities are used to identify leadership strengths and development areas.

  • Participation in team work
  • Team roles are identified
  • Decision Making Ability
  • Creativity in problem solving
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Growth opportunities for each individual are identified

Understanding yourself and being able to identify other personalities around you can manage conflict situations and learn to handle them positively thus increasing productivity in the workplace. ELI has access to a variety of powerful assessments that can assist management in conflict resolution, succession planning and career planning goals. Please discuss your needs with one of the qualified human resource practitioners that form part of ELI’s team.

This assessment was developed to be implemented with the Self Management Program. It will measure the improvement of the 6 basic character traits in your organisation before and after implementation of the program.

Research indicates that there is a strong correlation between employee engagement and increased productivity, less absenteeism, fewer accidents, less staff turnover and even increased profits. Offer ELI the opportunity to assist your business to implement a measurement system. It is visual and easy to understand. You can decide what you want to measure , and what you want to share with your employees to increase buy-in and participation.

 

LIFE SKILLS

ELI’s flagship character development program about the 6 pillars of character – Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Caring & Good Citizenship is about changing hearts, minds and hands – focussing on values. We discuss the difference between character and personality and employees are taught a decision-making model they can implement in their personal lives. The outcome of the program is to develop good hearted and skilled people who are happy in their jobs because of good relationships and productivity.

This course aims to train an employee in the organisation to facilitate the implementation of the Six Pillars of character Program internally. It will assist an employee in practical ways to implement an awareness program about trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and good citizenship in the business.

When challenges arise within a business like dishonesty, disloyalty, disrespect, irresponsibility etc., it helps to have a common vocabulary to address it. This is a practical tool to help people understand what they have done wrong. 100 Activities to do on farms to encourage people to live a good life and be role models. The book will serve as a resource for Self Management Facilitators.

The courses will help your workforce understand why a business exists. That money can be borrowed to start the business with interest. Through a simulation they buy a farm, appoint a manager, pay the people and need to deliver to the pack shed and during their process have to deal with some unforsean circumstances that threated the survival of their business including staff issues, economic downturn and impact of accidents. The goal of this powerful program is for the learner to step into the shoes of business owner and develop reflexsive compentence in the environment they work. Understanding a business, 6 M’s of basic business sense: Money, Management, Machinery, Men, Material, Market

Stress fuels conflict. To acknowledge phases of conflict as well as your own conflict style help you manage conflict in both your personal life and as a member of a team in better ways. The goals is to achieve a workforce who can manage stress better and therefore apply a win-win strategy in every situation that arises.

If we want people to reach their potential in personal excellence we need to ensure that the basic building blocks are in place.

This course aims to let employees glimpse their potential and create personal strategies to become self motivated and confident individuals.

When individuals in your organisation reached their own potential in personal excellence they may realise that the secret of success is relationship skills. This course aims to teach employees strategies of applying excellence principles to their personal relationships and create depth and fulfillment in friendships and between families.

When individuals in your organisation reached their own potential in personal excellence as well as depth in relationship skills they may realise that they can contribute in the workplace as leaders. This course aims to assist employees to understand their responsibilities as Role Models, Team Builders, Motivators and Planners and guides them in strategies to find workplace fulfillment.

Emotional intelligence is to handle your emotions responsibly. We often use hurt or difficulties from the past to excuse emotional behaviours that impact our productivity. This course aims to shine a light on our own behaviours and guide us to start implementing peronsal behaviour altering strategies to those behaviours that prevents us from achieving our full potential.

Families form the community on a farm and the family unit can either contribute to a productive workplace or create challenges. Family Focus will assist couples in stress management, sharing of responsibilities, better communication and deciding on shared values for their family.

Lower the risk of your human capital by making sure that your team know the danger of typical risk behaviours. The story of Appools helps us to understand that we cannot fill an inside hole with something external. The story of Appools and Lya is a typical story of alcoholism or any other addiction.

This course helps us understand about spending money wisely and with care, how to budget and saving money for a rainy day. It will also explain the risks involved in borrowing money and loan sharks.

This course is aimed at parents who want to improve their parenting skills. It will teach you how your parenting style will impact your child’s behaviours and how you can make your home a a safe place where your children can flourish.

This workshops assists team leaders in working with their teams to measure their persformance, set their goals and decide on development areas. The outcome of the workshop is to give each team member as personal development plan, performance management targets and provide the team leader with a coaching tool to help members achieve them.

How we think and talk about ourselves has a real impact on our lives.  When our thoughts about our life and career go unchallenged we could get stuck in what we hoped we could avoid.  This course challenges your thinking about your abilities, hopes and achievements and aims to raise the standard of responsibility for yourself and your thinking.

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

Leadership and Management must go hand in hand. They are not the same thing but they are necessarily linked and complimentary. Any effort to separate the two is likely to cause more problems that it solves. The manager’s job is to plan, organise and coordinate work. The leader’s job is to inspire and motivate. The manager administers, the leader innovates. The manager maintains, the leader develops. The manager focusses on systems and structure, the leader focusses on people. The manager relies on control, the leader inspires trust. The manager asks how and when, the leader asks what and why. The manager has his or her eye on the bottom-line, the leaders eye is on the horison. The following courses will aim to develop both leadership and management skills.

When the contract staff arrive for the season, team leaders are faced with very real challenges and conflicts. They are pressured to be productive but often also have to manage frustrated temporary workers. Often, athe leader’s ability to set boundaries and team rules will protect them from being influenced by peer group pressure and can mean the difference between achieving and missing their goals.

The ELI Team Build Workshops are based on the 10 Principles of World-class farms. Teams will be challged to give their suggestions to improve performance, communication and deal with challenges. This is an opportunity for employees to participate in creative solutions-finding. It is ideal to implement these workshops after the season in preparation for the next.

This course will entrench the core responsibilities of first line maangement and give them practical guidance to perform their jobs including planning, organizing, leading and control. Team leaders will also be asked to brainstorm creative solutions for problems they encounter in the work-place.

This workshop will set the standard for organisation’s ethical conduct with clients, people, suppliers and nature. The facilitator will assist the leadership team on establishing a code of conduct and guide them on its implementation.

 

MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT

Leadership and Management must go hand in hand. They are not the same thing but they are necessarily linked and complimentary. Any effort to separate the two is likely to cause more problems that it solves. The manager’s job is to plan, organise and coordinate work. The leader’s job is to inspire and motivate. The manager administers, the leader innovates. The manager maintains, the leader develops. The manager focusses on systems and structure, the leader focusses on people. The manager relies on control, the leader inspires trust. The manager asks how and when, the leader asks what and why. The manager has his or her eye on the bottom-line, the leaders eye is on the horison. The following courses will aim to develop both leadership and management skills.

Active Management is a coaching program for management on the following: Self Management, Planning, Setting of Tasks, Follow-up and Control, Feedback and Coaching, Problem Solving, Feedback and Evaluation. The aim of this course is to teach active managers to systematically work through their day doing follow-ups, frequent control checks, and teaching them to foresee challenges and solve problems on their own. The coaching portion of this program will aim to form habits out of the 7 elements of good management and leadership.

Production assistants are employed to help impelement a production process but unless they work within a strong framework with clear expectations outcomes will be missed. This course aims to crystalise an assistant’s understanding of Planning, Setting of Tasks, Follow-up and Control, Problem Solving, Feedback and Evaluation to ensure that the production process is implemented at a word class level.

Mentorship and coaching are critical skills in the impelementation of a succession plan & longevity of any organisation. Experience, knowledge and attitude are shared with upcoming junior management in a structured model having the tools to help mentees execute professional and personal goals aligned with the business goals, values and strategic objectives of the company.

 

SPECIALIZED TECHNICAL SKILLS

Tractors are expensive and dangerous if not handled correctly. Knowledge and practical testing make us confidence that learners are given. This course will cover topics like: History of a tractor, maintenance of cooling system, radiator cap, fan belt, thermostat, temperature gauge, air cleaner, oil, filters, battery, alternator, diesel, clutch, brakes, hand break gearbox, etc.

 

PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

After completion of the Potential Assessment ELI will provide you with a 5-year training plan for every person in your organisation which may also serve as your Employment Equity Strategy.
We strongly believe that potential assessment should be done first. It can be used for the Workplace Skills Plan; for we often see students lose hope for further development if they have not been assessed.

Characteristics:

The Potential Assessment is a standardized psychometric pattern arrangement test. No level of literacy is required to complete this assessment as no reading is required.
Determine the trainability of each employee
Serve as a guide in decision-making
It is a resource in planning training
Curb the risk of investment in training

Leaders are identified in an objective manner and can be followed up with a number of training programs to strengthen the development areas identified. Activities are used to identify leadership strengths and development areas.

  • Participation in team work
  • Team roles are identified
  • Decision Making Ability
  • Creativity in problem solving
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Growth opportunities for each individual are identified

Understanding yourself and being able to identify other personalities around you can manage conflict situations and learn to handle them positively thus increasing productivity in the workplace. ELI has access to a variety of powerful assessments that can assist management in conflict resolution, succession planning and career planning goals. Please discuss your needs with one of the qualified human resource practitioners that form part of ELI’s team.

This assessment was developed to be implemented with the Self Management Program. It will measure the improvement of the 6 basic character traits in your organisation before and after implementation of the program.

Research indicates that there is a strong correlation between employee engagement and increased productivity, less absenteeism, fewer accidents, less staff turnover and even increased profits. Offer ELI the opportunity to assist your business to implement a measurement system. It is visual and easy to understand. You can decide what you want to measure , and what you want to share with your employees to increase buy-in and participation.

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