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If your morning commute has become a walk from the bed to the bathroom and ‘business casual’ now just means putting on pants, you’re one of many who are starting to lose motivation in the face of the global crisis.

USB-ED is here to lift you out of the doldrums and up to new heights with our forward-thinking series of livestream educational webinars.
If your morning commute has become a walk from the bed to the bathroom and ‘business casual’ now just means putting on pants, you’re one of many who are starting to lose motivation in the face of the global crisis.

USB-ED is here to lift you out of the doldrums and up to new heights with our forward-thinking series of livestream educational webinars.
9 Live Online Seminars
Developing your individual systemic True-North in a Post COVID19 World
COVID19 forces us to be aware of our behavioural impact on our systems. Authentic Leadership allows us to strengthen our Internal Compass against we can self-regulate towards our True North.

Speakers: Dr Tineke Wulffers
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The “New Normal”
Covid-19 has propelled us into the Fourth Industrial Revolution, while we have been under lockdown. How have we handled this unprecedented change to our lives, our work and life as we know it? What are some of the of the business risks we will face, as we adapt to the human-machine interface of the “New Normal”.

Speaker: Keith de Swardt
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Wise leadership in the midst of COVID-19
Mindful leadership has become more important than ever as our workforces and customers find themselves in an unfamiliar, fast-changing worldwide condition. Individuals are looking to pioneers for empathy, care and confidence in navigating the murky waters of both the present and future. Are you equipped to provide it? 

Speaker: Prof Arnold Smit
Date: 17 April 2020
Time: 10:00

Download the webinar Q&A sheet here.
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Budgeting and forecasting as a tool in Scenario Planning
Strategically, scenario planning tools can elevate your organisation to a powerful position. Committed budgeting and forecasting tools make it simpler to investigate various situations and audit potential results amidst a world of ever-changing variables.

Speaker: Sulet van Niekerk
Date: 20 April 2020
Time: 14:00
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The role of Project Management in Organisations during & post COVID-19
It is during the monitor and control process that we are able to keep informed about project progress, check the quality of our output, detect distinguishing deviations, and implement the best means of executing vital restorative actions. 

Speakers: Coenie Nel & MC Botha
Date: 21 April 2020
Time: 12:00
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Fake news and you
The topic of fake news is as old as the news industry itself. Misinformation, hoaxes, propaganda and satire have long been in existence, and social media has ensured that they spread faster now than ever before. How do we mitigate the effects of this widespread media pandemic?

Speaker: Emmanuel Gamor
Date: 21 April 2020
Time: 14:00
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CQ @ Work and Play: Navigating the challenges posed by the 4IR
As the outbreak of COVID-19 has forced the cancellation of travel plans and mass gatherings as well as a significant slow in manufacturing, we ask: could the global economic devastation be the catalyst that eventually prompts the embrace of the Fourth Industrial Revolution? 

Speakers: Dr Cherylene de Jager
Date: 22 April 2020
Time: 14:00
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Develop your organisation's True-North to be future-fit post COVID19
COVID19 has highlighted behavioural impact on systems. We need to explore new ways of being that lead to co-creation rather than self-destruction.

Speaker: Dr. Tineke Wulffers
Date: 23 April 2020
Time: 14:00
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AI and automation in business post-COVID 19
The coronavirus pandemic has driven the world into unchartered territory. In some industries, this is leading to an automation boom, proving that global crises can - in certain instances - serve as an accelerant in the transformation of computerised advancements. 

Speaker: Grant Evans
Date: 24 April 2020
Time: 14:00
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Developing your individual systemic True-North in a Post COVID19 World
COVID19 forces us to be aware of our behavioural impact on our systems. Authentic Leadership allows us to strengthen our Internal Compass against we can self-regulate towards our True North.



Speakers: Dr Tineke Wulffers
CUSTOM JAVASCRIPT / HTML
The “New Normal”

Covid-19 has propelled us into the Fourth Industrial Revolution, while we have been under lockdown. How have we handled this unprecedented change to our lives, our work and life as we know it? What are some of the of the business risks we will face, as we adapt to the human-machine interface of the “New Normal”.

Speaker: Keith de Swardt
CUSTOM JAVASCRIPT / HTML
Wise leadership in the midst
of COVID-19
Mindful leadership has become more important than ever as our workforces and customers find themselves in an unfamiliar, fast-changing worldwide condition. Individuals are looking to pioneers for empathy, care and confidence in navigating the murky waters of both the present and future. Are you equipped to provide it?

Speaker: Prof Arnold Smit
Date: 17 April 2020
Time: 10:00
Download the webinar Q&A sheet here.
CUSTOM JAVASCRIPT / HTML
Budgeting and forecasting as a 
tool in Scenario Planning
Strategically, scenario planning tools can elevate your organisation to a powerful position. Committed budgeting and forecasting tools make it simpler to investigate various situations and audit potential results amidst a world of ever-changing variables.



Speaker: Sulet van Niekerk
Date: 20 April 2020
Time: 14:00
CUSTOM JAVASCRIPT / HTML
The role of Project Management in Organisations during & post COVID-19
It is during the monitor and control process that we are able to keep informed about project progress, check the quality of our output, detect distinguishing deviations, and implement the best means of executing vital restorative actions. 

Speakers: Coenie Nel & MC Botha
Date: 21 April 2020
Time: 12:00
CUSTOM JAVASCRIPT / HTML
Fake news and you

The topic of fake news is as old as the news industry itself. Misinformation, hoaxes, propaganda and satire have long been in existence, and social media has ensured that they spread faster now than ever before. How do we mitigate the effects of this widespread media pandemic?

Speaker: Emmanuel Gamor
Date: 21 April 2020
Time: 14:00
CUSTOM JAVASCRIPT / HTML
CQ @ Work and Play: Navigating the challenges posed by the 4IR
As the outbreak of COVID-19 has forced the cancellation of travel plans and mass gatherings as well as a significant slow in manufacturing, we ask: could the global economic devastation be the catalyst that eventually prompts the embrace of the Fourth Industrial Revolution?

Speaker: Dr Cherylene de Jager
Date: 22 April 2020
Time: 14:00
CUSTOM JAVASCRIPT / HTML
Develop your organisation's True-North to be future-fit post COVID19
COVID19 has highlighted behavioural impact on systems. We need to explore new ways of being that lead to co-creation rather than self-destruction.

Speaker: Dr Tineke Wulffers
Date: 23 April 2020
Time: 14:00

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AI and automation in business
post-COVID 19
The coronavirus pandemic has driven the world into unchartered territory. In some industries, this is leading to an automation boom, proving that global crises can - in certain instances - serve as an accelerant in the transformation of computerised advancements.

Speaker: Grant Evans
Date: 24 April 2020
Time: 14:00
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