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Stack the learning deck

Embrace new skills and roles to build a “full-stack” L&D function

Posted by Mary Slaughter on July 21, 2016.

So much has changed in organizational learning and development (L&D) over the last 15+ years that it barely resembles the function of old. 986 more words

Talent & Learning

The Supervisor - Employee Relationship

It is the single most important factor determining employee engagement, the supervisor – employee relationship, but studies by Gallup have identified that the wrong person is selected for leadership positions 80%. 373 more words


My First Job

My first experience job was working for my father. He contracted to Australia Post and delivered mail in Karrtha, Western Australia. The iconic postie. This job was more than a simple exchange and what I learned has shaped my interest in the dynamics at work, motivation, ethics and the psychological contract. 297 more words


The Psychological Contract

A psychological contract is the perceptions between an employee, their supervisor and the employer of what their mutual obligations are towards each other in terms of work. 721 more words


The Importance Of Mission

I have to admit that I think that it is extremely important that wherever I work there is a company mission and not just a background on a computer screen or a cheap poster on a wall, but a mission that create alignment and focus of everyone. 505 more words


Why Do We Selectively Problem Solve?

Root cause analysis (RCA) and 5 why’s are simple problem solving tools that most of us would associate to within the oil & gas industry as a tool for investigating near misses and incidents. 596 more words