We feel that we live in the present. When we open our eyes, we perceive the outside world as it is right now. But we are actually living slightly in the past.
Businesses are looking for better ways to get the best from the people they employ. The tired cliche that employees are our greatest asset is false. It’s unlocking the potential of employees that is the greatest asset.
Imagine that you are going to a venue and are greeted by a humanoid robot who will show you your seats. Next, you place an order for food which is then delivered by a humanlike robot waiter. Sounds a bit like the movie “I, Robot”? Well, you do not need to wait ten years.
Participants in learning communities share results and learn from each other, thereby improving their ability to achieve rapid progress and acquire more knowledge.
At a time when the unemployment rate holds at an all-time low of 3.9% (ABS Labour Force, May 2022), a recently released study of over 6,000 Australian respondents found that an attractive salary alone is no longer the major driving factor in employment choice.
We were delighted to partner with EB Games Australia in July to deliver a Keynote Conversation for over 50 of their Field Managers on the Sunshine Coast.
‘How fast can you learn, how much can you take, and how much do you want to give back?’ These questions can guide the design of an impactful development intervention.
I caught up with Professor of Practice Brett Heyward to discuss his presentation at the Resources Industry Network 2022 Safety Conference in Mackay (24-25 March 2022).
Were you one of the many people who held their breath at the end of 2021, excitedly and cautiously looking forward to embracing our coined “new normal” in 2022?
A virtual, facilitated executive forum involving corporate learning executives from global employers and subject matter experts. The panel will share the wisdom from their experiences in driving value creation from corporate learning and how to measure business impact in all its forms.