Benefits

Four Way Enrichment

  • Short term overseas projects that directly link the ethical and charitable vision of the corporation with the professional development of individuals within the corporation.
  • A flexible overseas training opportunity to dovetail into your existing and on-going Professional Development and Training Programs.
  • Employees with genuine experience and understanding of the subtleties of micro and macro management.
  • Employees with a real willingness and desire to tackle challenging situations when they arise and take the initiative with an open, honest awareness of their own abilities.
  • Development of bonds within the corporation that transcend departments and job titles and complement the existing ethical corporate vision.
  • Direct engagement with disadvantaged UK individuals and overseas communities with the potential extension of any existing educational links within the organisation offering an extremely tangible and high impact domestic and overseas addition to the CSR Report.
  • Opportunity to develop rewarding and sustainable relationships between the corporation, communities and individuals from vastly different worlds that serve to enrich the culture of the corporation.
  • Experience and guidance of working in an overseas environment and culture whereby the unexpected must be prepared for and responded to.
  • Experience and guidance of leading a bespoke project with a variety of stakeholders holding differing interests.
  • Direct experience of logistical and human resource planning.
  • An understanding of the importance of, and practical techniques to assist in, developing and maintaining a positive group dynamic that necessitates consistently high levels of motivation without financial or contractual incentives.
  • Increased willingness to approach projects and issues outside of their expertise with an openness founded on a strong inner confidence and trust in the team.
  • Exposure to the corporate opportunities presented within ‘social responsibility’ projects. A sense of personal pride and enrichment of being directly responsible for helping make a positive difference to both overseas and UK underprivileged communities and individuals potentially triggering passions, interests and friendships that changes lives.
  • Be a part of a life-changing overseas project designed to inspire, empower and raise aspirations.
  • Spend two weeks in a work context developing their core competencies.
  • Training and first hand experience of planning and delivering educational workshops to primary school children within disadvantaged communities.
  • Experience of working in close knit teams away from their immediate family and peers thus developing independence and confidence.
  • Strong pastoral support to help explore, recognise and acknowledge their own abilities and areas for self- improvement.
  • Opportunity to work alongside, develop friendships and learn from graduates and corporate managers.
  • Sense of personal pride and enrichment from having made a direct, positive impact on South African township schools and communities.
  • Opportunity to visit, explore and learn from a part of the world and different culture that would otherwise have not been possible.
  • Construction / creation of physical resources aimed at improving the welfare and education of their children.
  • Opportunity for their children to interact with and learn from education workshops delivered by young people from the UK.
  • Opportunity to engage and work with visitors to their community demonstrating the power of pro-activity and voluntary work.
  • Increased exposure to working with indigenous charity organisations interested in supporting their community development throughout the year.
  • Guidance in the planning, budgeting and completion of physical projects.
  • Exposure of local teaching staff to developed western methods of education and an opportunity for them to professionally develop through observation and questioning.
  • Experience of hosting and organising events designed to best display their culture and history for the benefit of visitors.
  • Potential to develop on-going friendships with overseas individuals and organisations that may be mutually beneficial in the future.

 

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