We provide training and development support following a needs-assessment of the individual or organisation, rather than a one-size-fits all approach.
This is because we appreciate the varied skill sets as well as educational and non-educational background of individuals.
Therefore, we aim to develop training modules and models based on a detailed examination of the current needs of our clients.
At present, we offer diverse trainings aimed at promoting personal and professional development.Contact Us
Financial education is an integral part of general wellbeing. However, financial well-being requires strong financial capabilities, knowledge, and confidence to manage finances. We provide personalised and corporate financial education across several strata.
This is carried out in several phases. Firstly, an initial assessment is carried out to determine current financial standing, lifestyle needs and future goals. This is a comprehensive financial profiling that will guide the development of personalised financial education.
Next, a comprehensive financial health report is provided with clearly stated action steps. This will include suggested training and coaching in identified areas.
We provide personalised and group/corporate training on a number of topics.
An effective and efficient customer service team is one of the most important keys to the sustainability and profitability of any organisation. Customer centric institutions understand and appreciate the importance of a satisfied client and the damage an unhappy client could wreck on the image and bottom line of an institution. The customer is King; without customers we might as well close shop.
Market research is an essential ingredient for both existing businesses and start-ups. Jezreel Consultancy is committed to offering research tools, designs and analytics that will assist start-up enterprises and third sector voluntary organisations to reach their goals more efficiently.
Education can be a lonely journey and students often find themselves in what can be best be described as an academic 'pit'.
The future requires use of data and algorithms.