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Growing knowledge through microlearning whilst remaining cost effective

By Oz Hussein on April 13, 2018

Microlearning is quickly becoming one of the preferred methods of teaching within the workplace. Offering the capability to tackle multiple subjects and break these down into more bite-size pieces of information allows employees of all skill levels and capabilities to be able to expand their knowledge without it taking up too much of their time. […]

How to support wellbeing in the workplace within the banking sector through training

By Oz Hussein on April 8, 2018

The banking sector is a rapidly changing industry, and therefore the operational environment can prove to be stressful and often equally as challenging to manage. With banks having to deal with the usual managerial issues, which include workplace training, developing, multi-generational workforces, cultural changes in the workplace, evolving workplace demands and talent sourcing and retention, […]

How can commercial skills support the young professionals in your business evolve into management?

By Oz Hussein on April 3, 2018

Commercial skills encompass the ability to understand what attributes contribute to the success of an organisation or business. Commercial awareness allows your workforce to understand the ‘why’ behind the tasks they undertake and allow them to work towards the overarching business goals. In order to successfully develop future leaders and motivate the younger workforce, employers […]

How Millennials are driving for improved productivity in the workplace through automation

By Oz Hussein on March 29, 2018

Unlike previous generations, Millenials remain relatively unphased by the prospect of automation. They understand that the systems will not take over their jobs but act more as a support which could ultimately provide them with opportunities to advance their career and improve their organisation. With Millennials representing up to 75% of the workforce by 2025, […]

Is your workplace training and leadership ready for Gen Z?

By Oz Hussein on March 21, 2018

Gen Z is the post-millennial generation born between 1995 and 2010, with the oldest members of the generation now entering the workplace. This generation is known for being technology-savvy, highly creative, driven, innovative and ready to make a wider change in the world. Gen Z arrive in the workplace with an instinctive and working knowledge […]

What challenges exist within workplace training in the banking sector?

By Oz Hussein on March 17, 2018

Training is constantly evolving across all sectors, with various challenges facing those who develop the content and objectives of the course as well as the teacher. The banking sector, as one of the most highly regulated industries, must ensure that training and development for their employees and graduate hires are effective and powerful, ensuring a […]

How does workplace leadership training look to change the workplace this year?

By Oz Hussein on March 12, 2018

In 2018, the focus for the c-suite and board looks to turn more attention to their people strategies. Businesses are now noticing that their leadership strategy may not be currently benefiting them in a way which is driving company development and success. With talent retention and the development and training of the next generation currently […]

Can Millennials input into training support in inspiring diversity in the workplace?

By Oz Hussein on March 3, 2018

A Millennial centric workplace is associated with promoting diversity and inclusion, inspiring a programmatic development which results in an overall more effective and better workplace. Young professionals within the workplace are making their voices heard and pushing employers to place more emphasis on implementing diversity practices across all sectors. What challenges do Millennials face in […]

How to ensure ROI on your workplace leadership training

By Oz Hussein on February 21, 2018

Workplace leadership training can be a complicated thing. Without the correct formation of resources and ongoing support for development, businesses will often fail to see a return on their investment in their staff. This can be due to a number of issues, however, the primary failure is isolated and singular training sessions, which are often […]

How can workplace leadership boost employee morale and performance?

By Oz Hussein on February 18, 2018

Morale is at the core of every well-functioning workplace culture, with employee happiness linked to performance, which in turn is driven by effective workplace leadership. A good leader should be versed in ways to maintain and build a healthy workplace culture and strive to make ongoing improvements to this in order to ensure the best […]

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