Can we have it all?
Anne-Marie Slaughter eloquently points out that having it all is by no means a male or female issue – emphasizing that it is a human issue affecting everyone. However, there is an unchanging, unwavering argument to redefine ‘having it all’ and reframing its suppositions. What does it mean to us individually? How do we define ‘ALL’.
WHAT WILL YOU HEAR
This is an hour presentation – defining the ‘ALL’ – considering COVID, trying to find balance between working from home, home schooling, caring for young children, taking care of the home and seeking your individuality in this process as well as developing your own definitions of both personal and professional success.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The question of having it all needs to be considered from different perspectives especially from a female perspective as women are often sees as responsible for taking care of the family and home making this question more pertinent – with so much going on – can women really have it all?
09h00 – 10h00 Presentation
SAICA’s CPD policy has changed effective 1 January 2020 from an input measurement basis to an output measurement basis. Learning and the development of professional competence is unique to each member and should be aligned to your personal needs identified in your reflective learning plans. For further information and guidance, go to SAICA’s CPD website. The competencies being addressed in this seminar are:
Relational acumen – Relationship-building skills; Leadership skills; Self-management; Emotional intelligence
Decision-making acumen – Judgement and decision-making; Professional scepticism
If you are required to log CPD hours (for instance if you are a SAICA Tax Practitioner or registered with other professional bodies or organisations such as the IOD, SAIPA, SAIT etc.), please note that this seminar affords you 1 hour of CPD.
Dr Marlet Tromp
Marlet holds a D Litt et Phil degree from the University of Johannesburg with a doctoral thesis on Employee empowerment in an organization. This is backed by a master’s degree (cum laude) and a bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences, both from Rand Afrikaans University. As a former social worker, she has extensive experience in therapy sessions with people in extreme life situations. She has also done in-depth research and interviews for the Gauteng Department of Social Development on the topic of Youth in Conflict with the Law, as well as comprehensive security clearance interviews for Armscor. Apart from managing her coaching practice, Marlet has for several years been the owner of a successful small retail business.
Several articles by Marlet on employee empowerment have been published in academic journals. Destiny Magazine has requested her input on articles connected to small business management and she has contributed to Management Today and Businesswoman Magazine. General interest magazines, including Finesse and Eastern Times to name a few, regularly contact her for an expert opinion on a variety of business and personal matters. Marlet on more than one occasion took part in live discussions on the SABC3 programme 3Talk with Noeleen and has been a regular guest on radio programs on RSG where she has discussed topics such as Stress and road anger and How to find your passion in life. With Chai FM she participated in a talk about life coaching. Marlet is one of the contributors to the books Maak dit gebeur. Maak dat dit saak maak. Hier’s hoe! – ‘n Besluiteboek (Make it happen. Make it matter. Here’s how! – A book for decision making) and Gelukkige Jy, Gelukkige Gesin. (Happy You, Happy Family) published by Carpe Diem Publishers in 2019 and 2020.
She has presented various papers at conferences, among which Indicators of female empowerment at an international conference in Amsterdam. She has refereed articles for The International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations and has adjudicated five research projects for the Department of Social Development.
Marlet was awarded the Certificate of Coaching Excellence for Coach of the Year in 2014, by the umbrella association for Coaches and Mentors of South Africa.
Marlet is a realistic but empathic coach who helps you set achievable goals and gives you tools to use for many years to come. The criterion for her personal success is your growth and the progressive changes in your life or business.
Please note this session is complimentary.