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8 powerful reasons to embrace continuous learning for career growth
Simply earning a degree and settling into a job for the long haul is no longer sufficient. We no longer confine workplace training to onboarding new employees and reserve it solely for junior employees — we're establishing a learning culture critical for any organisation looking to remain competitive in today's ever-changing business environment. Amid technological advances and evolving industry demands, employees must have the skills and knowledge to keep pace with industry trends.
Cultural evolution: Paving the way to a brighter organisational future
Managers — here’s a familiar situation: a superstar performer on your team is eager to take on new projects and explore aspects of the business on a new team. Seeing their enthusiasm for growth is fantastic, but it can lead to them expressing interest in switching teams or roles. Of course, we want to see our team members flourish, but at the same time, we're concerned about the potential impact of losing these valuable contributors from our team. I'm here to tell you not to dwell on this dilemma too much — because the data and wisdom suggest it's not in your team's or the organisation's best interest.
Employee engagement exceeds expectations with a curated content strategy
The myCareer team in the NSW Department of Customer Service (DCS) is the creator, administrator and proud guardian of a platform providing People & Culture support to seven diverse ‘clusters’ of government agencies, each with its own unique interface and expectations.