Welcome to Winning Teams
The Winning Teams Model of Engagement has been successfully used for employee and organisation development by a number of prestigious organisations since 1995. For the past ten years the model has also been used in the field of youth development with the purpose of improving the chances of young people from disadvantaged communities becoming economically independent.
The Winning Teams model of engagement was developed from team sports. Team sports tests the competency of players and determines which team is the best through competitive engagement. The process of team sports involves learning, coaching, practising, testing, (the game/match) scoring, applauding and performance assessment. Using the same process steps, team sport principles and competitive structures and applying this to learning and development creates the same excitement and motivation to succeed as found in team sports.
The Winning Teams model of engagement is not only multi-faceted but also multi-purposed in its application. The cornerstones of the Winning Teams model of engagement are: teamwork, competition, measurement and recognition.
What people are saying
What’s been said about giving a ‘Second Chance’
In 2015 Winning Teams implemented a Second Chance Programme at public Adult Education &Training Centres in Gauteng. This was in response to a request by the management of these two Centres to provide support to teachers and learners who register Read more →
EXCITING NEWS – 2015 National Senior Certificate Pass Rates
The Winning Teams Second Chance Programme has made a significant impact on the 2015 National Senior Certificate % pass rates of Learners at public Adult Education & Training Centres in Gauteng. % Pass rate of Learners AET Centres % Pass Read more →
An education system in crisis
Nic Spaull says the reality is that poor state schooling continues to condemn most black children to the underclass. Nic Spaull is currently a post-doc fellow at the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa and a visiting scholar at Stanford University. Read more →
The Big Read: The new normal must be greatness
Prof. (JD) Jonathan Jansen, Vice-Chancellor and Rector, comments on the state of school education, highlighting the learning crisis we have in South Africa. Read more →
University of Free State visited St. Anthony’s Adult Learning Centre
Hercules Dreyer: Deputy-Director: South Campus Management: University of Free State visited St. Anthony’s Adult Learning Centre on the 12th May 2015. This email was sent to thank us for the visit. Email received dated: 26 May 2015 Morning Denzil Sorry Read more →