It’s that time of year again! It’s getting hotter, the decorations are going up and the countdown to your first day of annual leave has well and truly begun.
One of the first lessons we are taught as children is to identify and distinguish between colours. Although perceptions of colour are somewhat subjective, several colours have adopted a universal meaning, transcending language.
After completing my University Degree, I began my employment journey with minimal industry experience and a whole lot of questions. The TMS team has supported me through my transition to full-time work by encouraging innovation and professional skill development.
My very first childhood memory of storytelling was around 4 years of age. My beautiful Nanna was the storyteller in this instance and I was in awe of her ability to make me laugh and inspire me with special stories about family and kindness. To this day I can still feel the comfort of her lap, her loving nanna arms wrapped around me, and the smell of her 4711 perfume (the scent of the era).
Here at TMS we believe that the best day of the year doesn’t involve a guy in a red suit, a birthday cake or a chocolate hunt in the backyard. All we need is a big bowl of water, some leads and a conveniently placed patch of grass within 200 meters of the office.
Are you being asked to rethink the way you design and deliver learning programs? Is your environment challenging you to “do more with less”?
These words alone can invoke a negative reaction, immediately conjuring thoughts of budget cuts, workforce reductions and declining office ‘perks’.
I think most of us can relate to a time when we have been sitting in a course trying our best to stay awake. Not because of a late night or being up with the little people in the house-hold but because the facilitator or learning environment did not tick the boxes for you! We all have different motivators when learning and our own expectations of the courses we attend. Your learners will too.
The TMS Roadshow is back this February and we are heading to Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. Join us for a complimentary breakfast and to hear from Network Members working within leading Australian organisations sharing their TMS experiences.
Online Learning vs Face-to-Face Learning: The final video in the ILP/TMS trilogy, our head of L&D Chris Burton explores the benefits and challenges of facilitating both Online and Face-to-Face learning. With the rise of on-demand learning, and the needs to engage remote teams the challenge to meet both market needs can be problematic. In this 3 minute…
We recently ran a series of events around Australia on the topic Unlock Resilience: Building Strength from Within. At these sessions, Jenni Walke, our Sales Manager, discussed how: flexible thinking; drive; optimism; and; our professional networks, all impact our level of resilience and how we respond in times of uncertainty. (Also see Unlock Resilience). The…