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Human first:

  “Small things, big impact” were the words to live by at Schneider Electric when they overhauled their performance management system. The energy management company knew that to achieve a true people transformation, they’d need to focus on the human, rather than process alone. By putting an emphasis on building key leadership skills like coaching, goal setting, and delivering feedback,...
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Levy leverage

  The amount your company has put aside for the levy will expire in April next year. We want you to get the most from your levy- so use it. Companies who invest in a learning culture regularly do better in customer satisfaction, productivity and other key business metrics. Studies show a good manager can increase productivity by 13%, so...
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Fail better:

  Artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality are just a few of the many buzzwords that come to mind when we think of innovation. While technological innovation may feel like the missing piece to the puzzle, these efforts will have a marginal impact without an innovative culture to match. This session focuses on the human side of innovation, and offers...
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Fixing the habit

  As a talent and learning professional, how to change someone’s behaviour is a question at the top of your mind. The challenge? Finding an answer that is effective. Using the latest in neuroscience, cognitive psychology, and social science,  learn the five tried-and-true techniques that work when it comes to sparking behaviour change, but also how to incorporate them into...
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