Africans cough it out NOW -episode 7

Welcome to June 2022
June 2, 2022

The COVID-19 crisis changed the landscape of work and how we perceive opportunities.

What does this mean for the young people in Africa still looking for employment opportunities?

For Africa to emerge stronger young people need to be empowered.

Guest number seven is Lisa Matomola from Namibia.

Tackling: Youth Unemployment in Africa post COVID-19 – The future of work and leveraging on opportunities

Lisa is the Founder and Managing Consultant of Hito HR and Training Consultants. With over 7 years experience in leading projects on Job description writing training, Job Evaluation, Organisational Design and Performance Management. She reviews job descriptions, develops new job descriptions as well.

Lisa develops and facilitates Soft Skills Training as per the client’s needs. She has experience in handling job evaluation appeals . She has good project management skills, builds relationships very easily and loves to work with people. She delivers training on Customer Care, Supervisory Skills Training and Professional Behaviour for various clients in Namibia. Passionate about people in the workplace

Co- Editor of The Graduate’s Holy Grail by Stefanus Mutileni

Conference Speaker: Was a presenter at the first Wellness Indaba Conference in Namibia (Topic: The Business Case of Employee Wellness)

MC at the HRBP Conference in 2019 at the Hilton Hotel (PwC and Knowledge Resources)

Has written articles for the Business 7 Review on HR Matters and NMH Newspapers, interviewed on HR Matters especially with relation to COVID-19. Currently writes weekly management tips for The Namibian Newspaper.

Social Media handles:

LinkedIn: Lisa Matomola (https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisa-matomola-90a50439/ )

For more: https://botlhaleafrika.co.za/    

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