Written by Emily Thornton, Senior Project Leader ‘I’m so stressed out’ – ‘I just need to get through these emails’ – ‘I’ll grab a sandwich later, I haven’t got time now’ – ‘God, this week has been stressful.’ Sound familiar? … Continue reading [Book Review] Burnout by Emily and Amelia Nagoski
Roundtable discussion, 8 March 2019, London As a leadership development company, we feel that we are not only responsible for observing and reacting to changing business landscapes, but for driving a change which is ethically right and will help our … Continue reading What is the Role of L&D in the Quest for a Gender Balanced Workforce?
Written by Emily Thornton, Senior Project Leader I have resigned myself to provoking laughter whenever I show a copy of a book I’m reading to colleagues – without fail, almost every other page is dog-eared or marked with a brightly … Continue reading [Book Review] The Culture Code, Daniel Coyle
As we near the end of 2018, our employees took time to reflect on some of their favorite things from the year. We’d like to share some of them with you here. Sandra Irving In 2018, the AchieveForum Sydney office … Continue reading 2018 AchieveForum’s Favorite Things
APAC Marketing Manager, Nick Suturin, caught up with AchieveForum facilitator, Charles Tan, to talk about what goes into running learning and development programs in multiple countries and cultures. Charles, thank you very much for carving out time out of your … Continue reading [Interview] Nothing Gets Lost in Translation
Written by Emily Thornton and Heidi Marshall It’s widely acknowledged that the world of work has been transformed since the digital revolution. Everything moves so fast, and companies are forced to continually innovate and adapt in order to survive. The … Continue reading The Role of Emotions in the Digital Age Workplace
On a recent rainy November lunchtime in London, we ran a webinar for HR, L&D and Talent professionals across the EMEA region to explore the thorny issue of resilience. It’s hardly a topic that is struggling to get airtime across … Continue reading Are Your Employees Stressed? How to Build a Resilient Organisation [EMEA Webinar Recap]
This is a featured post from one of our facilitators, Cecelia Flint. Many organizations today are constantly talking about their “company culture.” If you were to ask seven different people in the same company to describe their company’s culture, you … Continue reading Improving Company Culture – A Case Study
Written by Nithya Ramaswamy, Executive/Design Consultant for AcheiveForum. In October 2017, I was privileged to be selected as a participant in the leadership programme for the Women of Whittlesea, organised by Leadership Victoria. I attended a series of workshops over … Continue reading Leadership in an Espresso Cup
Top organizations take the time to design a leadership development process that builds the skills to execute strategy and aligns leaders to the business context according to the needs of their role. There are a variety of ways to create … Continue reading Three Keys to Developing Leaders at Every Level
“In a time of drastic change it is the learners who inherit the future. The learned usually find themselves equipped to live in a world that no longer exists.” Eric Hoffer, Reflections on the Human Condition, 1973 While Eric Hoffer’s … Continue reading Learning Culture and Business Success: The Role of Talent Professionals
Change is personal and all pervasive. As leaders, we are all working on a multitude of projects, and our roles are developing and evolving in response to the VUCA (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity) business context. So, in the business … Continue reading What Makes for a Smooth Leadership Transition?