From induction processes to executive leadership opportunities, your L&D programme must build your overall organisational capability on an ongoing basis.
Using our educational expertise to tailor an approach for your organisation, we can:
- Conduct a needs analysis, reviewing your current practices to identify your business problems and key challenges, and consider what approach might work best in your particular context
- Identify the specific needs of key team members to build personal capability
- Develop strategies for overcoming issues in a way that ties in with your strategic plan
- Recommend relevant frameworks and support that work across your organisation
- Develop programmes for introducing new systems and processes and build organisational capability
- Help you set timeframes and look at ways to measure success
- Support your executive and leadership team through major systems change management
I recently attended the premiere screening of the documentary movie Data Science Pioneers in Christchurch. This was a great chance to learn and reflect on what I believe will become the ethics of the future. The movie dispels the myth that artificial intelligence and robots will rise against humanity and conquer the world. If you are interested in the future roles our students may have (or create for themselves), the convergence of humans and technology, machine learning, AI and of course, the ethical dilemmas all this presents, then this movie will be worth watching. There will also be a discussion panel with the team from Digital Future Aotearoa after the movie.
After reading an excellent article recommended by a professional colleague; Atul Gawande – Personal Best, September 2011, New Yorker, I wondered how the notion of a coach could be embedded within the New Zealand Education Council Educational Leadership Capabilities Framework.