Latest insights on Learning & Development
Key learnings from the disrupted
Consumer Goods industry with Reuben Yeong
In this podcast we talk to Reuben Yeong, Unilever Malaysia’s Audience Insights Specialist. We discuss his experience as a leader during times of crisis and how businesses need to learn to rapidly adapt to the current changing times.
from the Disrupted
Travel Industry with Noel Ng
In this podcast we talk to Noel Ng, Klook’s Regional Lead for the new Stay and Dine business vertical. We ask him how he is handling the current crisis and his insider point of view on how it has affected the travel industry.
COVID-19 New Normal: Working Remotely & Productively
Business owners, corporate leaders and managers are facing a challenge which they have never experienced in their career – making sure the team stays positive and productive amidst working remotely. No one knows how long the pandemic would last and how many more months companies need to allow staff to work from home. This article examines how the remote working arrangement is done and suggests some ideas for people to stay productive when working from home.
6 TIPS for Trainers & Anyone Working from HOME to stay productive and Well Rested
To stay productive and in the right headspace for both work and play, it is important to get the balance right. It may be important for success to distinguish between work and home life, but we also discuss how to deal with disruptions, dress codes, and the value of creating a schedule. Read on to discover some valuable ideas on how to make working from home as effective as possible.
Have Organizations Over Invested Capital in Technology But A Lot Less On Labour?
Economic success crucially relies on human capital. Yes? Yet why do organizations obscenely over-invest in hard infrastructure and under-invest in human capital in the last decade? Do you believe that investing in human capital such as knowledge, skills, competencies, and mindsets will allow to contribute to the personal and social well being of your organization? If yes, your only choice is to invest in human capital education.
3 Do’s and Dont’s to mobilize your team
How can your clients be inspired if your employees aren’t inspired?
This is the question, I have asked many teams. This has also been researched thoroughly.
It can be concluded that the productivity and profit of teams can be increased by 50% if ‘the recognition brain rule’ has been applied.Continue reading
Let’s Stop Talking About Learning Disruption!
Let’s Stop Talking About Learning Disruption!
Leading in Times of Crisis
When faced with a crisis, most leaders are forced to think and behave in ways that feel unfamiliar. Whether it’s a technological, financial, natural, or health crisis — at work or in the community — crises demand that leaders take an emergency response plan and adapt it as new evidence and factors present themselves. 5 steps to manage well are: 1) Seek credible information; 2) Use appropriate communication channels; 3) Explain what your organization is doing …about the crisis.4)Be present, visible, and available. 5)Dedicate organizational resources for future crises. During a crisis, leaders who have built a personal, relational, and cultural foundation can then focus on the immediacy of the moment.
How to become Agile
COVID-19 caught many by surprise and shook the way we think, plan and operate – whether you are a small entrepreneur, or a manager or a freelancer. Now, more than ever, we need to be “agile”. While “agile” is very easy to understand, in reality, it is a lot more difficult to embrace and practice. “Agile” is more than just a framework, process, or method. “Agile” is a radical shift in paradigm – the way we think, plan and operate – which means the ecosystem around it must change.
Leadership skills In The New Normal
2020 is a year of massive upheavals and massive uprooting of the way we are going to work. Our Employees don’t want to work for inauthentic Managers and Leaders. Team members don’t feel empowered when working with people who don’t have a reasonable level of emotional intelligence. The New Normal has impacted all levels of life, walks of life and we have to embrace it with an open mind or reluctantly.
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