How and Why Visuals Enhances Learning

Despite the undisputed fact that a picture paints a thousand words, according to today’s learners, many courses are still text heavy, and lack visual appeal. […]

The Ultimate Guide to Resilience

Setbacks are the name of the game in corporate Australia today, especially in an economy that is on the brink of recession, and in an […]

Why your online learning has a bad reputation, and how to fix it

Let’s face it – online learning, in general, has a pretty bad reputation.  From the woeful completion rates of MOOCs, to the massive text overdoses, […]

Training evaluation – are you doing it right?

Amidst ever-shrinking L&D budgets, and in the wake of legitimate fears of a recession, many L&D managers are facing looming pressure to show real return […]

Why Your Sales Training is Failing

With the change in weather reminding us that the end of the year is edging closer and closer, many organisations are seeing the year-end sales […]

To Train or Not to Train?

Although the advent of digital technologies in the workplace is nothing new, now not only is technology changing the way we work – it is […]

Graduate Programs are Failing

If executed correctly, your Graduate Program has the potential to be the cornerstone of your talent pipeline – an unparalleled opportunity to mould young and […]

Look and Feel Vs. Learning Methodology – Who Wins?

Given the incredible advances in technology in recent years, a debate that was once self-evident is now rather controversial, and that is: what is more […]

Stop Scrolling, Start Learning

If you’re one of the 400,000 odd Australians who commutes to work on the train every day, you’d be no stranger to the fact that […]

More Stressing Equals Less Learning

With today’s workforce feeling the need to multi-task whilst doing almost everything, job security at an all-time low despite improving economic conditions, and wage growth […]

Workplace wellbeing – fact or fiction?

Workplace wellbeing – fact or fiction? Technology, offshoring, and the heightened global competition has led many organisations to expect more, for less, from their employees. […]

University bans lectures

Over the weekend, the AFR reported that University of Adelaide is phasing out lectures in favour of online learning.  Whilst this decision has surely faced […]

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