Phaphama Initaitives in Johannesburg

Experiential training in the following fields: Leadership; Team Building; Gender Reconciliation; Diversity; Conflict Resolution; Motivation; African languages. Also, we offer community tourism andtranslation services
Accredited in conflict resolution training
  • Leadership Training

    Workshops designed to help participants to really understand and experience leadership. Clients include the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, the United Nations, and many companies large and small
  • Team Building

    Workshops designed to help participants to really understand and experience team work. Clients include the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, the United Nations, and many companies large and small
  • Conflict Resolution

    Workshops designed to help participants to really understand and experience conflict resolution. Clients include the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, the United Nations, and many companies large and small
  • Diversity

    Workshops designed to help participants to really understand and experience diversity. Clients include the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, the United Nations, and many companies large and small
  • African Languages

    Experiential and Fun Individual and Group Courses in all South African African languages. All our clients absolutely love the experience with us.
  • Translation

    Translation work for all African Langauges in South Africa at competitive rates
  • Gender Reconciliation Training

    What is Gender Reconciliation? Since both women and men are afflicted by gender disharmony, each needs the other for true and complete healing. The time has come for women and men to join together to confront and transform gender injustice.

    How does it work? Gender Reconciliation creates a rare forum that builds trust and compassionate communication through a skillful combination of interactive exercises, contemplative practices, and group processes. Participants explore the depths of their own experiences, and move beyond habitual ways of relating to discover new pathways of mutual respect, authenticity and reconciliation between women and men.

    Who is it for?Gender Reconciliation is appropriate for people of all ethnic and cultural backgrounds, sexual orientations and faith traditions. This is not a 'Partner workshop,' which means that if you are in a partnership, it is not necessary to attend this workshop together with your partner. If you do, however, it can be a powerful way of deepening your relationship.

    This workshop is not necessarily aimed at gender work practitioners, but it is very valuable for people who are already involved in any form of gender activism or care work.

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Phaphama Initaitives
conflict and gender; african languages, community-based tourism