The idea behind RavelWorks Africa emerged in 2013, when a HR, Learning and Development specialist with a management background and a Communications and Technology specialist with a science background came together.
We were looking for ways to improve organizational performance and boost human resource management practices by incorporating communication and technology solutions and producing engaging learning and people development programs.
From our experience we knew that:
From our experience we learned that:
We partner with organizations and their employees to co-create HR, Learning & Professional Development Programs that are adapted to the modern workplace, foster growth and inspire great working atmospheres.
I have been in Human Resources, Learning & Personal Development for over 10 years. Throughout this period, I have been fortunate to work with clients and people all over the world which has influenced my thinking about the concept of work and my approach to work itself. For me organizational and individual change, transformation and progression is not about “thinking outside of the box” but rather recognizing that there is no box in the first place. My main passion lies in developing HR and learning programs which support individuals, teams and organizations to realize their full potential. I enjoy connecting multiple ideas (even the quirky ones) and seeing where the road takes us.
I am a SHRM-Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP), hold a Masters of Science in International Management and a Bachelor of Arts in European Studies and Modern Languages.
I have a persistent curiosity for finding answers & solutions to all sorts of challenges. With a Bachelors degree in Biochemistry, I have come to truly enjoy digging deeper to understand how and why something happened in the first place. I have always had a passion for technology and using it to solve everyday problems both within and outside the work environment. 5 years ago I started working in the field of Human Resources, Learning & Professional Development. I became more and more interested in finding ways to support people become a better version of themselves and to better the organizations they dedicate themselves to. In this day an age there is no doubt that technology can be a conduit for people and organization to become more effective, have access to new knowledge and facilitate the exchange of ideas. For me the best way to know if something will work is to just go ahead and try it.