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We offer affordable Matric bridging in groups with your local School and expert support.

Manage career choice with purpose and outcomes.

Career choices require clarity, outcomes and purpose - else say NO!

Grade 10 subjects

Grade 11 subjects

Grade 12 subjects (Matric can be written at schools in May and November each year.)

The career shop offers products and solutions for people to choose, prepare and access the work, job, career of their choice.

We offer the products and services in schools and with schools.

You study in groups of 20 or more.

The infrastructure includes:

  • Career option exposure, Career choices and exposure to the work environment.
  • Web access and computer savvy
  • Selected materials per group
  • Support by experts to groups
  • Self-directed learning with accredited companions

The program includes the bridging of core competencies  (Life skills) in

  • Language
  • Numeracy
  • Communication skills
  • Computer savvy
  • General knowledge and exposure

Can we really always respond for career and entrepreneurial success?

Thank you for listening to our video.  

Master the skills of dissociation and association career success with Career Maker’s easy three step process.

A daily drama on our roads will help explain.

Imagine you are on your way to work. Can you just for a moment imagine responding with anger and attack to all the irrational and dangerous drivers? Picture the angry faces and hand signs being exchanged?  You arrive at the office in a foul mood and that mood dictates your responses and contaminates the interactions you have with your colleagues, and by lunch time, you are all alone. You get home feeling like the people at work dislike and are avoiding of you.

We often fail at effective communication in everyday life when we respond to others within the context of negative events with the associated emotions and defences instead of dissociating and choosing effective means of interacting.

Dissociation means literally to disconnect, create some distance.

Association means to connect closely.

Association and dissociation in life skills and communication skills

Be a problem solver and you are welcome.

The story from my two sons illustrate the dissociation solution:

Andrew in (grade 1) came home complaining that Albert (in grade 7) and his friends were teasing him without stop!

Please think of a situation where someone got under your skin and dissociate using the same process as Andrew did.

I taught Andrew to put funny clothes, glasses and a funny hat with tingling bells on each of them in his mind’s eye. He then saw and heard them moving about in this funny outfit with funny sounds and imagined them speaking in funny ways, enhancing the image using the five sense of hearing, seeing, smelling, feeling and tasting. He breathed deeply and moved his fingers and toes to further relax and immersing himself in this intense enjoyable image in his minds eye.

He was already laughing about the situation.

We role played the scenario a few times and then he was let loose on his tormentors.

A few days later the older ones came home and complained that Andrew was laughing loudly when teased. They found this very disconcerting and somehow personal! The six year old were now dissociated and could easily laugh whenever he was teased.

The last step was for Andrew to up the ante and to take the game to a next level where he associated with the positive in the jokes and grew friendships lasting to this day!

I use the process all the time myself and in work team. We taught the process in all our companies as part of the new employee induction process.

When you associate or dissociate with people in a situation, remember that people intuitively use language based in their 5 senses. By being aware of the five senses and matching their sensory words with ones of your own e.g. I can see you are…/ I feel like you…/ What I hear you are saying is…, you can establish a deep level of trust and rapport through the communication of your understanding and the confirmation that what they are saying or feeling is being understood correctly.

Use these techniques responsibly – it’s powerful and so are you. So please be nice  and act to expand your options.

We started off by asking:

Can you manoeuvre strategically to facilitate a desired outcome and thus expand your options for interactions in any circumstance?

The answer must be emphatically yes with the MASTERY of the right personal growth tools.

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Master these tools in your life using the CAREER MAKER three step action toolbox.

A useful starter exercise:

1) Write a few paragraphs about a recent pleasant experience (E.g. a holiday, party, film, day out etc.) When you’ve finished, go through it underlining words and phrases that have a sensory element (you can do the same with this NLP tip.)

2) Pay attention to the sensory words that people are using. Make notes of the sensory words you hear.

3) In a low-risk situation, listen to the words that others use then match their sensory system by using words from the same system (VAKOG).

To review, the five senses are visual, auditory, kinaesthetic, gustatory and olfactory (VAKOG.) Of these, V, A and K are the ones most often used. Examples of each include the following: http://www.saladltd.com/salad%20pages/Nlp%20tips/nlp_tip_6.htm

Visual Auditory Kinaesthetic Olfactory Gustatory
  • Look, see
  • Imagine
  • Visualise
  • Focus
  • Brilliant
  • Bright
  • Review
  • Hear
  • Sound
  • Listen
  • Ring
  • Buzz
  • Recall
  • Harmonious
  • Feel
  • Grasp
  • Hold
  • Push
  • Drive
  • Tough
  • Grab
  • Smell
  • Sweet
  • Rotten
  • Fishy
  • Fragrance
  • Funky
  • Scent
  • Taste
  • Bitter
  • Sweet
  • Sharp
  • Salty
  • Bland
  • Tasty

 

Simple implementations and much more information:

The scaffolding and transformation process we follow and let you implement in the Career Maker Three Step process

The five senses and enhancers as input and a choice how we process it:

Definitions and tools for the eager ones:

The Three step learning process in graphic form.

Unconsciously unaware to subconscious mastery of any skill.

http://www.businessballs.com/nlpneuro-linguisticprogramming.htm

http://www.nlpinfo.com/intro/txintro.html

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QRpUFWVllA

A start to the history behind the short story:

Cognitive http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cognitive_science

NLP: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neuro-linguistic_programming

Know your strengths and partner where you are weak.

We use the information and insight from variuos well developed and proven insight products.

Kolbe tests give comprehensive reports to discuss with others and use in Career Makers three step successful career processes. We use these insight products with all our Career Maker clients, teams and companies for the last 9 years.

The following Kolbe insight tools are strongly recommended:

Take the Kolbe A™ Index

The Kolbe A Index measures a person’s instinctive method of operation (MO), and identifies the ways he or she will be most productive. It need only be taken once, since these innate abilities do not change over time.

Take the Kolbe B Index
The Kolbe B Index measures an individual’s expectations of how he or she should perform in a current job. Comparing a Kolbe B Index result with an A Index result yields insights into how to leverage instinctive talents at work.

Take the Kolbe Y™ Index

Take the Kolbe R™ Index

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Take the Kolbe Financial MO+™

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Language mastery is a critical skill for the Career Maker and earning more

Language matters in

  • Career choice,
  • Career access,
  • Career  change,
  • Career  growth,
  • Midlife career change

There are four components to language mastery for the Career Maker:

  1. Reading and comprehension
  2. Listening and speaking ability including pronunciation
  3. Industry Specific English
  4. Writing and Typing

 

Pronunciation or accent is one area to focus on:

English use just 44 sounds for you to practice. Practicing the 44 sounds will change your pronunciation and thus your ability to communicate more effectively with more people. You will contribute more and thus earn more.

Here is the free web site to learn from and practice in groups:

www.fonetiks.org

Test your progress:

  1. Dictate in Microsoft Windows speech recognition
  2. Find someone with good English and observe while they give you feedback
  3. Work in groups and listen carefully giving feedback.
Join your nearest Toast Masters club to practice and master speech craft with leadership skills in an organized, safe and congenial environment.

Identify and start moving towards your long term goal today.

Expand your career space by engaging yourself, your environment and the chosen resources.

Download our career plan maker space expansion story here. Many people planned their career changes, growth, midlife and more right here!

Career development plan process

Career maker growth plan

Remember:

  1. Yesterday is history.
  2. Tomorrow is a dream.
  3. NOW IS THE RIGHT TIME!

How to take any business, company or career from good to great.

You simply take your people through the layers of development.

People grow their careers to deliver more value and the company grows more value to clients and thus more wealth.

It could not be easier?

Good to great business comapny career

Practical good to great careers, personnel, business or comapnies

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Simply let the team discuss and grade each other.

It is surprisingly accurate. Involve a Human resource manager in case of fall outs!

You can form your own groups, friends, family to do the same exercises.

There are many tools, process and models to get more value out of the exercises.

See our Olievenhoutbosch video: Most of the people in the video are operating at very different levels today. You will find them on the web!

Case studies from 2006 showing people succeeding.

The history of ebio and Career Maker System in Social enterprise. Many people got core proficiencies, work choice and work experience. Many of them are successful entrepreneurs today.

The program works in any culture since it works with and pro-actively supports the local culture and leaders. Thanks to the enrichment and expansion of our minds working with HP, who operated in many cultures, mixing the cultures in training and business processes.

It is an investment from the Visagie family and Inala Technology (Pty) Ltd, a company started by the Visagie family. Thanks to Braam de Villiers who supported the program at critical times!

Today ebio, the underlying learning methodology,  is linked with all the inputs and experiences from Prof Japie Kroon NWU South Africa.

Career Maker System is a professional career builder program based on our past in building 28 businesses and starting with what we learned from the Hewlett Packard way from Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard! THANKS BILL to DAVE!