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Zia Attlee

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Revolutionising Employee Learning: How Generative AI Closes Skills Gaps and Boosts Development

By Wilhelm Crous May 8, 2024 According to Korn Ferry’s "Future of Work" findings, the value of the global skills gap by 2030 will be around $8.5 trillion, equivalent to the combined economies of the UK and Germany. Technological changes, including the rollout of AI, are partly responsible for this skills shortage. However, if

By |2024-05-08T10:57:47+02:00May 8th, 2024|HR, Human Resources, Leadership, Resilience|

Mastering Leadership: Navigating Unfolding Events with the Reactive Management Framework

By Wilhelm Crous December 21, 2023 I'm always thrilled to receive a new edition of the Harvard Business Review. Just recently, my advance copy of the Jan/Feb 2024 edition arrived. After publishing six new titles on leadership, I was eager to delve into this edition, which revolves around the theme of Leadership. One particular

By |2024-04-30T14:05:48+02:00December 19th, 2023|HR, Human Resources, Leadership, Resilience|

Less is More When Designing Employee Learning Programmes

By Wilhelm Crous December 18, 2023 I recently had a discussion with Ajay Pangarkar, a Canadian-based thought leader in Learning and Development and the author of the soon-to-be-released book Learning Metrics. During our conversation, he pointed out an issue with online learning—engagement levels are low and dropping. This trend prompted me to delve into

By |2024-04-30T14:03:16+02:00December 18th, 2023|HR, Human Resources, Hybrid Work, Leadership, Resilience, Talent Management|

Can Hybrid Work Cause Toxicity in Workplaces?

By Wilhelm Crous August 11, 2023 In a recent Harvard Business Review article Prof Mark Mortensen from Insead warned that if unchecked, certain hybrid/remote work practices can lead to toxic workplaces.¹  As a start Mortensen refers to Donald Sull’s five attributes of a toxic culture i.e., disrespectful, non-inclusive, unethical, cutthroat and abusive. He also

By |2024-04-30T13:56:28+02:00August 11th, 2023|HR, Human Resources, Hybrid Work, Leadership, Resilience, Talent Management|

Retaining Your Young Talent

By Amy Gray March 23, 2023 The great resignation has been a wake-up call in the world of work, with organisations grappling with the realisation that even in a digital age, people really are still first. Many organisations have been left with a diminishing talent pool (especially Millennial and Gen-Z staff) and no way

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