Finding those Adaptable, Critical Thinkers

October 30th, 2018

A 2018 LinkedIn report on talent development has found that the number one priority is training for soft skills. In the age of automation, maintaining technical fluency across roles will be critical, but the pace of change is fueling demand for adaptable, critical thinkers, communicators, and leaders. Jane McCarroll highlights some key trends in the […]

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Don’t Judge Me – I’m a Working Mum

October 2nd, 2018

Denise Moller is a new mother who has recently returned to work. She explains what employers and business leaders can do to maximise the often experienced and valuable talent that new mothers can bring to a business. At a recent business event, we were having a discussion about the lack of women in executive roles. […]

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Millennials will soon conquer the world: But how can oganisations conquer them?

May 27th, 2017

Millennials. Described as uncommitted and self-involved by some; this generation born between 1981 – 1997 is also the most educated, open-minded, well-traveled, digitally capable and has the potential to be the greatest generation of all.  From Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, in his hoodie, earning his first billion by the age of 23 , to Brian Chesky, […]

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Retention with Intent

May 21st, 2017

Best intentions may not retain the cream of your team. Brendan Byrne looks to local and overseas trends for effective methods of retention. We’ve all seen a rising star leaving the business too soon. It hurt, and more than just financially. It takes time to build a pipeline of talent. You want it to pay […]

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Wellbeing & Achieving It

April 27th, 2017

With the fast pace of change and constant, multiple demands on our time, modern life can be a minefield of stress. The consequences of this fast-paced, high stress lifestyle are far reaching, impacting on health and wellbeing, both in our private and professional lives. Regaining and maintaining a sense of equilibrium can be a precarious […]

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