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Government Proposal – Tertiary Education Commision. What does this mean?

  • Posted by learningwavenz
  • On February 15, 2019

On Wednesday, the Government put forward a proposal to shake-up the Tertiary Education system, ensuring that vocational learning delivered in this country is done in a way which supports the needs of industries. Our CEO Richard Moxon has put together a helpful summary that helps highlight the key parts of the proposal. We believe this bodes really well for NZ...

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Transforming Workforce Show Reel

  • Posted by Elysia Arnold
  • On November 12, 2018

Thanks to those who attended our Transforming Workforce event recently.  If you missed it, check out the video for a brief recap.  If your looking for a solution … give us a call, we’d love to help. Transforming Workforce Event October 17 from The Learning Wave on Vimeo.

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Transforming Workforce

  • Posted by learningwavenz
  • On October 24, 2018

If you missed our “Transforming Workforce” event last week, the panelists did a spectacular job and sparked some interesting conversations.     Here are a few of the key themes… The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here! “Digital technology” is not a skillset but a mindset. Customer needs and workforce needs are changing and the balance between digital and human is...

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My Mental Health Journey

  • Posted by Elysia Arnold
  • On October 9, 2018

What happens when your mind becomes your injury? It’s Mental Health Awareness week so we wanted to share a thought provoking story from one of our colleagues about their mental health journey A work colleague of mine recently fractured his ankle and is sporting a very colourful cast on his lower leg.  It’s easy to spot his injury.  Of course,...

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Throwing and catching | Pete’s top reads of the month

  • Posted by Elysia Arnold
  • On August 30, 2018

  Some years ago we learned an important lesson about juggling: Tossing the ball is much more important than catching it. If you’re good at throwing, the catching happens easily and you can keep more balls in the air without dropping them. We spend a lot of our time at work in catching mode. In dealing with the incoming emails,...

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Optimus Prime has a desk job

  • Posted by Elysia Arnold
  • On August 28, 2018

  What do robots and workplaces have in common? It all starts with this video recently published by Hank Green. The video explores the idea that in the internet community we are all wearing robot suits! Not real robot suits, but external appearances that affect how people perceive and interact with us. With a stray tweet, someone with a giant...

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Team Member to Team Leader: The pitfalls and strategies to ensure a smooth transition for the employer

  • Posted by Elysia Arnold
  • On August 21, 2018

  As a nation, us Kiwi’s underestimate the complexities and challenges of the transition from being part of a team to leading a team. We often find ourselves having to deal with the fall out of either putting the wrong person into a role, or not supporting them effectively to make the transition. This causes all sorts of challenges for...

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