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Posted On June 17, 2020
What does resilience mean for your business? We often get caught up in industry-specific training and other forms of professional development and the art of resilience can get lost. However, there’s plenty of reasons why it should be a priority for businesses. In recent times we’ve seen the world change dramatically, and we’ve all been […]

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Posted On January 23, 2020
Professionalism is crucial in any workplace, from offices to warehouses. Without skilled, professional staff, it’s pretty difficult to take your business to the next level. Thankfully, there are plenty of ways you can help build professionalism in your organisation. From professional development courses to self-directed learning, there are plenty of ways to develop your professionalism. […]

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Posted On June 27, 2019
In recent years, managing your employees has become a much complex task. Overall, workers carry many more skills and, along with this, different expectations. Couple this with a more multicultural environment, a skilled manager has to have the ability to make considerations not only based on job specifications and key performance indicators, but they must […]

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Posted On December 10, 2018
Author: Jenna Meyerson CEO of MCI Solutions Linkedin At the end of every year we love giving back to our HR and L&D community by offering them one day of development just for them. 99.9% of their company’s training budget is spent on their employees, and it is rare to find a team that spends […]

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Posted On November 15, 2018
A recent article in McKinsey Quarterly entitled “What’s missing in Leadership Development?” begged the question: is there a safe way for HR to identify sooner rather than later who to invest limited leadership development time, effort and funds into – and who not to? It’s a fact of business life that every organisation will need […]

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Posted On November 9, 2017
A wise man was once asked how to guarantee success. His response was: “First, have a definite, clear practical ideal: a goal, an objective. “Second, have the necessary means to achieve your ends: wisdom, money, materials and methods. “Third, adjust all your means to that end.” That man was Aristotle, and his words ring true […]

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#3 Number 1 reason change programs fail
Posted On March 13, 2017
The science, or is it the art, of helping employees adapt to change is not new, with literature on the subject dating back nearly 70 years. Yet the majority of Change Management programs still fail. Why?

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Posted On December 16, 2016
Recent business surveys say times are tough. From the Sensis Business Index survey of small and medium-sized business owners to Roy Morgan Research at the big end of town, business confidence and capital investment are in the doldrums—and concerns about Australia’s economy don’t seem to be disappearing anytime soon.

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Posted On November 30, 2016
The role of the Operations Manager has become more complex and shoulders broader responsibility in both the private and public sectors. Operational Managers are feeling overworked sometimes sinking under the pressure, and frequently not understanding why. They've been hit with what we can call a "double whammy" of change in workload and responsibility that is not well recognised.

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