The ENTREPRENEURSHIP & MENTORING Project started in late 2016 and - based on the enthusiastic feedback from participants, it has great potential to help grow the kind of business people South Africa needs...
Mike Goldman in conversation with a client.
Alex Schubert and one of the delegates.
An upskilling session was presented by Steve Reid (Innovation and Entrepreneurship at False Bay College) and Derek Pead on Saturday 8 April 9-11am at Kelvin Grove, Rondebosch.
Three partners have been lined up for WRC-EI: Raymond Ackerman Academy; Allan Gray Orbis Foundation and False Bay College.
First kick-off after training was with False Bay College on Tuesday 18 April 11am - 1pm for a speed dating session to assign mentors - attended by Siham Boda, Derek Pead, Maryka Vermaak, Chris Fick, Mike Goldman and Alex Schubert.
Mike Goldman, Theoniel Potgieter, Chris Fick, Alex Fotoh, Derek Pead and Capt Piet Postema were part of a group of adult men who interacted with a group of learners from Trafalgar High. It was a delightful experience, well organized by Mrs Holly Murray, the Interact teacher, who was very appreciative of the participation of the WRC members.
Students at Falsebay College's Entrepreneurship program enjoying Derek Pead's Negotiation Skills course.
THE FOUR WAY TEST
- Is it the TRUTH?
- Is it FAIR to all concerned?
- Will it build GOODWILL and better FRIENDSHIPS?
- Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?