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Posted On July 25, 2018
Author: Denise Meyerson CEO of The Focus Learning Group / a Multi-Award Winning Training Company / Telstra Business Women’s Awards Finalist Linkedin Twitter The LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methodology continues to remain relevant – 11 years after we started applying it to our practice. Here is a short history of the process and why you should consider […]

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Posted On May 29, 2018
Author: Denise Meyerson CEO of The Focus Learning Group / a Multi-Award Winning Training Company / Telstra Business Women’s Awards Finalist Linkedin Twitter MICRO is now HUGE! And little wonder. Who wants to bore themselves by sitting through endless clickety, click elearning programs. Who wants to learn in a vanilla kind of way when you […]

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Posted On May 11, 2018
Author: Denise Meyerson CEO of The Focus Learning Group / a Multi-Award Winning Training Company / Telstra Business Women’s Awards Finalist Linkedin Twitter Let’s face some facts: Learners have changed. No, they don’t want to sit in a regular class and have a teacher or trainer speak at them. Technology has finally caught up with […]

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Posted On April 3, 2018
Author: Denise Meyerson CEO of The Focus Learning Group / a Multi-Award Winning Training Company / Telstra Business Women’s Awards Finalist Linkedin Twitter Micro-learning principles are based on how we learn: 2-3 minute bites of information in modular sections and formats. It’s all about mobile and portable learning that we can do on the go. […]

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Posted On December 5, 2017
Given its hype, digital learning – or 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 learn anything and everything – from preparing to start a […]

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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 November 9, 2017
A recent list of “Hot L&D Topics” caught my eye, and what it revealed was both unsurprising and remarkable. Unsurprising because it contained the usual suspects, such as the need for HR leaders to improve their strategic planning and to partner more closely with the business. There were also several topics we’ve blogged about lots […]

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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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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
Writing is often time-consuming and costly. What you think about learning smart ways to save money? A key concern I’ve picked up from clients in recent months is the time it takes staff to prepare and finalise a written document. Participants in my writing workshops often complain about the length of the document review process, […]

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Posted On July 28, 2017
Compliance documentation may be a subject you view as a necessary evil. Necessary because you need it in place to ensure you comply with government and industry regulations, keep your staff and customers safe, and that your staff can carry out their work effectively and efficiently. You may also see it as evil because writing […]

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