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Posted On March 8, 2021
There is no doubt that the rapid acceleration of online training has been somewhat forced. However, like many of the changes we’ve had to make due to the Covid-19 pandemic, virtual learning has been one of the silver linings to an otherwise difficult period. The whole business landscape has changed since early 2020, with flexibility […]

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Posted On February 11, 2021
As a leader in any type of business, helping your staff achieve their best is a major part of the job. Ultimately, when you’re in a leadership position, you’re answerable for the results of your team. So, it stands to reason that you’d want to do everything possible to get the best out of them […]

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Posted On January 27, 2021
Some people might raise their eyebrows when we talk about using LEGO® as a valuable learning tool for adults. However, LEGO® Serious Play® has become an important tool for many businesses across the country. Rather than just being a game used as an ice-breaker in training sessions, LEGO® Serious Play® in Australia has plenty of […]

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Posted On January 15, 2021
Making resolutions is a time honoured part of welcoming the New Year. Whether we plan to spend more ‘quality’ time with our kids, lose a few kilos, or take up knitting, there is something about starting a fresh new year that has us setting goals and articulating our aspirations. While studies suggest less than 25% […]

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Posted On December 14, 2020
Learning and development for your staff is a key part of maintaining a great culture. But when Covid-19 hit early in 2020, businesses were thrown into a tailspin. Some had to shut down temporarily, some closed for good. Others had to change their business model and some even branched out into different industries. It’s easy […]

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Posted On November 9, 2020
Disability awareness training is becoming more and more prevalent in Australia, which can only be seen as a good thing. People with disabilities in Australia often have difficulty interacting with businesses, through no fault of their own. In fact, the Australian Network on Disability (AND) reports that 28% of people with a disability had experienced […]

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Posted On October 23, 2020
There are 2.1 Million working Australians who have some form of disability.  Of these, there are approximately 10% or more who are unemployed.  Living with a disability is without doubt enormously challenging.  Particularly, for students trying to complete qualifications when they have some form of disability, this becomes a road of endurance and tremendous difficulty.  […]

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Posted On October 7, 2020
In recent years, businesses have started looking for more practical and effective ways to provide learning and development opportunities for staff. The idea of spending a whole day off-site at a training facility doesn’t appeal to many companies now, and there are plenty of reasons for that. Not only has it become nearly impossible to […]

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Posted On September 8, 2020
Performance in the workplace is often looked at from several angles. Everybody wants to feel comfortable at work, but the reality is that performance is being judged every day. Your performance may be judged on meeting targets and KPIs, or it could be how well you communicate with others. You can be assessed on your […]

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Posted On August 7, 2020
Are you looking to make a career change or further develop your existing one in 2020? The way many of us work has undergone significant changes that have required adaptability. So, in times of change, it’s natural for people to look further into their career future. The strange circumstances we find ourselves in 2020 also […]

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Posted On July 13, 2020
If you’re one of the countless businesses in Australia using Microsoft programs for daily operations, then you’re in good company. As one of the most widely used software programs in the world, Microsoft Office powers businesses large and small. But are your staff really maximising it to its full potential? Getting your teams trained in […]

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