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Every year, in August, our country marks Women’s Month. We also pay tribute to the more than 20,000 women who marched to the Union Buildings on 9 August 1956 in protest against the extension of Pass Laws to women: “A system meant to control women even further and reduce women to passive beings, at the mercy of men.” www.gov.za.

This year’s theme is “Women’s Socio-Economic Rights and Empowerment: Building Back Better for Women’s Improved Resilience.”

At SA Campus, we want to empower every woman with the power of knowledge.

Freely interpreted knowledge means information put into practice that has proven effective or added value. Historically learning could take us places where others couldn’t go, and you would keep this knowledge secure until the right opportunity arose to use it. Someone with a lot of knowledge would have a high potential to be promoted. Someone knowledgeable in a specific trade would make more money than someone with fewer years of experience and, therefore, is likely to have less knowledge in the same profession.

Knowledge was the key to success. But does this still apply similarly in today’s fast-paced and internet-driven world? In today’s world, who would be more successful, the photographer who keeps his tips and tricks of making the best sunset picture to himself or the photographer who shares his knowledge about how to take the best sunset picture with millions of people via the web?

Historically people were willing to pay for you to share that knowledge. These days, if you are not sharing your knowledge, individuals will happily go to your competitor who is sharing knowledge for free and end up paying your competitor for helping them use it correctly.

Maybe you are not convinced that knowledge-sharing is what it is all about in today’s world. Which corporate leaders would be more successful, those that keep their knowledge to themselves or those leaders that share their knowledge freely and regularly with their peers or staff?

Leaders that are transparent communicators and share what they know with their employees can empower people across the organisation to make better decisions and work with more clarity toward a shared vision. This is crucial when it comes to driving transformational change.

At SA Campus, we aim to share knowledge by offering 50% off on all of our Top-Rated Online Courses for the entire month of August.

Use the Coupon Code: #GirlPower at checkout.

Author: SAC Online

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