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Deirdre Elphick-Moore

Deirdre Elphick-Moore

Co-founder of The Office Coach
Location:South Africa

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    Deirdre Elphick-Moore, has an Honours Degree in Psychology and over 10 years of international experience in human capital management at Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. Co-founding The Office Coach in 2009, she now focuses on personal and workplace effectiveness training and development.

    Her relaxed, engaging style encourages people to learn more, remember more and apply more in their workplaces, as well as inspiring to consistently better themselves in the work place. Contact her on .
    Deirdre Elphick-Moore
    Building brands with good ambassadors

    A strong brand is critical, particularly in tourism, as it is your promise to your customer, tells them what they can expect and differentiates the experience you offer from your competitors...

    By Deirdre Elphick-Moore 4 Jul 2014 15:06

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    Missing link between skills development, increased performance

    Skills development is still a major focus in South Africa. Businesses are incentivised to implement clearly defined skills development programmes. Although businesses can see almost immediate benefits through tax and skills levy rebates and better B-BBEE scores; are these programmes positively affecting the performance of employees and the organisations they work for?

    By Deirdre Elphick-Moore 20 Nov 2012 09:37

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