Category archive: Learning

Are you ready for a digital future?

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A recent report from the CSIRO projects future trends for the digitally enabled workforce that will have the jobs. The significance of this impacts you, your loved ones and the way you live. There is a big emphasis on digital literacy but also on new workforce trends. It might be a good time to get ready.

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How to recognise a “superboss”

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Research has shown that people leave managers, not organisations. Yet, some people talk about superbosses – those that people would crawl over cut-glass for. What is it that they have and how do you recognise it?

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Thoughts on intuition …

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Photo credit – Wellington Sanipe via unsplash.com

You must train your intuition – you must trust the small voice inside you which tells you exactly what to say, what to decide.
~ Ingrid Bergman

How to manage being a learner again

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Advancements in knowledge and technology have influenced changes in the way we work and live. It means we have to put the L-plates on again and learn new things – willing or not. Sometimes we resist change. Research shows four attributes that people who succeed in learning possess – and how you can develop them.

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Thoughts on self respect …

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Photo credit – Mikael Kristenson via unsplash.com

To free us from the expectations of others, to give us back to ourselves – there lies the great, singular power of self-respect.
~ Joan Didion

 

What you need to know to future-proof your career

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Is your career future-proof? Some suggest we are going through the third industrial revolution with digitisation. Others suggest professionals will be replaced by telepresence and artificial intelligence.  Are you ready for the disruption of such changes? 

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