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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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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 September 5, 2019
Capability frameworks are all the rage in today’s L&D world, and for good reason. When prepared correctly, they describe in very easy-to-understand terms the behaviours, skills, knowledge, abilities and attributes that contribute individually to collective success. In the same way that a blueprint helps builders translate the architect’s dream into functional space for living or […]

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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 June 3, 2019
Author: Denise Meyerson CEO of The Focus Learning Group / a Multi-Award Winning Training Company / Telstra Business Women’s Awards Finalist Linkedin Twitter In 1995 there was a horrific and tragic accident on one of the major mines in South Africa. The cables controlling an underground train snapped, sending the cars hurtling down a 7,000-foot […]

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Posted On May 16, 2019
Author: Denise Meyerson CEO of The Focus Learning Group / a Multi-Award Winning Training Company / Telstra Business Women’s Awards Finalist Linkedin Twitter Your organisation has undergone the transformation in to the agile way of working. Agile teams have been formed and projects are underway.Daily scrums or stand-ups are underway and there are many sprint […]

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