• Excuse me who gave you that Job
  • Be the best in the workplace
  • Author: Nomcebiso (Cebi)Ngqinambi:

Do you know WHY are you employed?   What is your contribution in the workplace? What legacy do you want to leve?

Many people are unhappy with where they are in life especially in the work place. The most painful or confusing thing is that they cannot identify the problem. They cannot identify the cause of this unhappiness/stagnation they experience. Hence they go on with their daily activities unfulfilled and unhappy. That creates a lot of challenges for the employer, employee as well as the customers. Companies suffer a great deal of labour unrests, high turnover, dishonesty and unproductiveness. This book will attempt to give individuals tools to identify triggers, what makes you happy or unhappy at work. How to be the best you can be in the workplace. Also to remind you how you got to be where you are. Once you know the answers to these questions, we can therefore move on to what we call intervention strategies. This book will look at different options available for individuals at work to look at their own situations and change it for the better. Our attitudes, beliefs and health contribute a great deal in our lives. Therefore we will remind you about the Power of “choice”. This power is within and always available.

  1. Learn How….
  • to accept or change your situation
  • To control your attitude
  • Increase Productivity
  • Manage your career growth
  • Honor yourself/word
  • Improve relationships at work
  • Be grateful
  • To make choices and respect them
  • Increase productivity
  1. Benefit Headline:

This book is for every employed individuals. It is a reminder that we made choices in life that may make us the best or not. It is up to you to change the situation. It will help you be the best colligue, (employee/Employer) Most of all thought provoking.

Learn to:

  1. Communicate effectively
  2. Manage your Finances
  3. Manage your Health
  4. Serve others with Joy
  5. Be Honest
  6. Think Positively
  7. Strive to be the best at what you do
  8. Take responsibility for your choices

The Author

Nomcebiso also known as “Cebi” is a University of the Witwatersrand graduate. She was born and raised in SOWETO (Zola), South Africa. Her passion is individual development. She began her work, focusing on people with disabilities. She has been a facilitator for the past 14 years and owns a Training company .Development is not only about formal education, it is about constantly seeking balance for yourself. Open yourself up for new possibilities. There is always something to learn all the time.