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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 December 20, 2019
Meetings, workshops, and group training are all different ways to discuss and increase performance and innovation within a company. They provide the fundamental tool to help everyone feel included and trusted, giving them the chance to contribute to company running. However, such business gatherings can quickly become dull and uninspiring if only a few attendees […]

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Posted On December 5, 2017
Let’s start by defining what digital learning is. We can explain in a simple way how the learning that primarily occurs using technology – in its various forms seems to be the holy grail for L&D teams. Indeed, you could be forgiven for thinking that eLearning, for instance, is now requiritur modum for helping employees […]

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Posted On December 5, 2017
With Australia’s unemployment rate falling recently to 5.6 percent, the lowest it’s been in years, you’d think everyone would be pleased about that aspect of our economy. But not necessarily if you’re in Human Resources. Low unemployment is a double-edged sword: good news for the economy but bad news for HR professionals who face increased […]

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Posted On October 18, 2017
The issues that really matter to L&D professionals A major predicament facing every L&D leader is staying abreast of the latest trends and technologies that impact their profession. Or will. Thankfully there’s no shortage of research available, some much better than others to be sure, but the torrent of new information is rather overwhelming. For […]

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Posted On July 28, 2017
As more and more organisations encourage employees to move from the 9-to-5 office environment to working anytime, from anywhere, two issues stand out for Human Resource professionals. Both have the potential to create major challenges – and opportunities – for learning professionals. The first issue every organisation faces when letting employees work from home, cafe, […]

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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 January 23, 2017
The Microsoft Office suite — applications like Word, Excel and PowerPoint — is a powerhouse of business tools that provide everything you and your team need to work quickly and effectively in the modern office environment.

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