Education blog

Our education blog focuses on maximizing talent through developing peoples mindsets, behaviours and skills. To disrupt conventional corporate learning paradigms, in ways that teaching people to become continuous, adaptive, deep and agile learners, in a VUCA world. To evolve and flourish in the future workplace, where AI, robotics, data, and connectivity will reign, and ensure that being human matters and that digital and other business transformation efforts more likely to succeed by developing the internal capability across the “best practice categories.”

Our education blog links the “basics”- leadership, capability building, empowerment tools, and communication, yet reframing and renewing for digital world success:

  1. Having the right, digital-savvy leaders in place.
  2. Building capabilities for the workforce of the future.
  3. Empowering people to work in new ways.
  4. Giving day-to-day tools a digital upgrade.
  5. Communicating frequently via traditional and digital methods.

By introducing bespoke blended coaching and deep learning processes for managers and leaders in organisations to build organisational capability.

The future will involve constant change and unpredictable disruption, being able to sense and respond to shifts as they appear, to thrive and flourish is crucial.

The interplay between innovation, creativity and consciousness
Innovation consulting can be a lonely place for a woman to play, especially in a conventional, male-oriented, and competitive marketplace like Melbourne is today. Making networking a key way of enhancing my intellectual, emotional and social capital, consciousness and creativity. ...
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Developing continuous learning
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Last week, I went to a fantastically informative event, hosted by the Churchill Club, Melbourne. It was about “Developing the Tech Talent of the Future” and the need to focus on developing skills for the future.  New technologies and shifting...
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Learn to Fail Fast through Playfulness
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In last month’s blog, Cultivating a Fail Fast Culture – as a manifestation of learning & exploration we explored what it means to take a reflective stance, to use the experience of failure to support ourselves and others we interact...
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What does it mean to cultivate a Fail Fast Culture?
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I recently met with a client, who was seeking our ideas, information, and input towards what might be involved in cultivating a fail-fast culture. It was an interesting discovery conversation, causing me to explore what elements need to be in...
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Solving organisational innovation problems
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One of the most challenging and thrilling aspects of reinvention, transformation and business game shifting is the opportunity it creates for continuous deep learning and change led organisational innovation. This in itself, often creates problems for some people, because it...
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Developing learning agility
When I relocated to Israel, in pursuit of a more meaningful life, I quickly discovered that I would be unable to find high-value work in my culture consulting, top team and leadership development areas of expertise. As a result of...
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What is agile decision making?
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I was at a committee meeting recently, where one of the guiding principles adopted by the team was “agile decision-making - the 80:20 rule”. When I inquired as to what “agile decision-making” might mean, I was informed that it meant...
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Disrupting corporate learning
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Having been in the corporate learning and development space for more than 25 years, I recently invested time immersing myself, in researching the latest developments and emerging trends. It seems that a “new world of work” is emerging in the...
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Insights from my Israel start-up immersion
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I was thrilled, when my esteemed colleague, Tania de Jong invited me to present a Master Class at the Creative Innovation Asia Pacific 2016 Conference. Tania and I first met several years ago, when she was part of an Australian...
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Innovate to learn by doing
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When I was Qantas airline hostess (in the pre ‘flight attendant’ days) I was required to attend and pass, very strict Emergency Procedures (EP) training. This involved a week-long, comprehensive experiential training session, teaching us how to evacuate a 747...
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