Leadership & Management Workplace and Job Trends 2019

What are the workplace job trends in leadership and management we can expect to see in 2019? Understanding what’s ahead is a key way in which great leaders or managers stay ahead of the pack. Yes, great leaders know when it’s time to step aside, however, a leader or manager has a lot of work…

Top TED talks on how to be a productive...

Why are you procrastinating? Procrastination occurs when there is a delay between intended behaviour and action. Put simply; procrastination is avoidance or delay between the task you need/want to do and when you get it done. Here a few common procrastinator behaviours: Doing low priority tasks at the expense of a higher priority task Reading…

How to Study Smart in the Silly Season

Seven tips to help you survive the holidays and keep you on track to graduation Christmas, New Years and summer holidays are a wonderful time of the year. However, all the festive fun on offer can mess with study schedules. The key is to balance your celebration time by staying mindful of your study commitments…

How to Avoid Business Burnout for You and Your...

Perhaps you’ve been there — work is overwhelming, help is limited, and before you know it, your drive and determination have diminished. Regardless of whether it’s you or your employees you’re trying to protect from burnout, doing so is of vital importance to your business. Not only are burnt out employees unengaged, but their lack…

8 Time Management Hacks to Organise Your Life

We all have the same amount of time, however the difference between success and failure most often lies in the way we manage time. Time management hacks are techniques that successful people use to hone their life in a way that supports them to make the most out of their 24 hours. Let’s look at…

Asking for Time off to Study: Five Reasons the...

Asking the boss for leave to study can be stressful. Asking for study leave is more so since there’s no mandatory leave allowance for you to study. There’s no guarantee that the time you want to take off will suit the business for which you work, but remember, you are telling your boss that you…

Using Smartwatches for Smart Study

Smartwatches and wearable technology are used mainly for better communication and achieving fitness goals – but could they help you study smarter too? A healthy body and happy soul make learning a whole lot easier, and with wearable technology’s variety of helpful features, they may be the secret weapon to your best season of study…

Back to School: A Guide for Young Parents returning...

When adults are asked about their high school experience, the response generally falls into one of two categories – ’good’ or ‘bad’. Commonly, each camp agrees that the less said about education during teenage years the better. Returning to study as an adult learning poses challenges that very few teenagers ever faced in Years 7…

4 Easy Ways to help you pay off your...

Returning to study is an important investment in your future and your earning potential. Thankfully, with a few changes to your budget and a choice of payment plans, it’s easy to balance your online course fees and minimise any potential financial stress.   1. Flexible and convenient course payment plans   You’ll discover that The…

7 Reasons to choose a Diploma over a Degree

The decision to choose a diploma over a degree is an important life choice that needs to be weighed up with all the facts in mind. In an ever-changing and competitive job market, vocational education can make you more able to accomplish your career and life goals than a degree will. If you are choosing…