Dave van Eeden

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Job Title: Head of HR

Company: Stadio

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Dave van Eeden is currently the Head of Human Resources at STADIO Higher Education in Cape Town. Prior to this, he worked as an Executive Consultant at 21st Century, where he focused on organization and people consulting. He has also worked as an Executive Director of Human Resources at the University of Cape Town, where he was responsible for the university's HR function. Dave has a Bachelor's degree in Knowledge and Information management from the University of Stellenbosch, a Honours degree in Psychology from the University of South Africa, and a Master's degree in People management from UNISA School for Business Leadership.

Work
2020-Present:       Head of Human Resources, STADIO Higher Education
2017-Present:       Organisation and Human Resource Adviser, WebenPartners and 2 Collaborate
2017-2020:            Executive Consultant, 21st Century
2015-2017:            Organisation and People Consultant, Libstar
2014-2015:            Executive - Organisation Development, Rialto Foods
2012-2014:           Organisation Improvement and Alignment Consultant, OIM International
2009-2014:           Partner, HR Global Innovations
2012 - 2012:         Associate, PSP Icon
2009-2012:           Self-employed Organisation and People Consultant
2001-2009:           Executive Director - Human Resources, University of Cape Town

Education
                                MBL, People management, UNISA 
                                Bachelor's degree, Knowledge and Information management, University of Stellenbosch
                                Honours, Psychology, UNISA
                                Bachelor's degree, Psychology and Economics, University of Pretoria

About STADIO Higher Education: STADIO Higher Education is a private higher education institution in South Africa that offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs in the fields of commerce, education, and law. The institution aims to provide students with a high-quality education that is relevant to the needs of the modern workplace.

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