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Today I am presenting at the Environmental Compliance Conference in Auckland. My presentation introduces chatbot technology and looks at how this technology could assist our work as resource management practitioners. The details are here. Unfortunately I can't be there for the whole conference, but hope to see you this morning. If you have any follow … Continue reading Working Alongside the Bots
RMA Digital's first online courses will be launching this summer. Make the most of a slow January and improve your digital skills for 2019. To stay updated on course announcements please enrol in RMA Digital's online learning centre - link here. By enrolling in the school there is no obligation to go on to purchase … Continue reading Online courses coming soon
Baby boomers were born between 1946 and 1964 making them between 54 and 72 years old today. ...And I take this opportunity to apologise to any of those 73 years old plus, from the so-called Silent or Great Generation, who I haven't focused on in this series. Baby Boomer Traits Baby boomers are an interesting … Continue reading Generations: Baby Boomers
Gen Z, also known as iGen, were born between 1995 to 2012 making them between 6 and 23 years old today. These are the latest generation to join the professional workforce as they graduate university and seek graduate positions in their profession. For baby boomers and Gen X-ers it can be difficult to see a … Continue reading The Generations: Gen Z
Millennials, also known as Gen Y were born between 1980 and 1994 making them between 24 and 38 years old today. Millennial Traits These generational labels only have meaning when compared to the generations that precede or follow them. So using this comparative approach, we can define Millennial traits to the following topics as follows: … Continue reading The Generations: Gen Y / Millennials
Let's kick off our look at the generations, with my own generation, Gen X. Gen X were born between 1965 and 1979 making them between 39 and 53 years old today. Gen X Traits These generational labels only have meaning when compared to the generations that precede or follow them. So using this comparative approach, … Continue reading The Generations: Gen X
In this month's newsletter: links to this month's posts on Habits the next topic on the blog - from Baby Boomers to Gen Z - generations in the profession. How are we different and how do we work together better? See here: August Newsletter. Click here if you would like to subscribe.
Today we look at how to form new habits to replace old ways of thinking, feeling and acting. Here are four things crucial to forming new habits: Repetition - This is what builds the stronger neural pathway in your mind. You have to do the new behaviour more than the old. This starts to build … Continue reading Forming new habits
Today we look at how to break bad habits. "Bad" of course is subjective and value laden. Perhaps we should say, how to eliminate habitual behaviours which no longer serve a positive influence on you. See previous posts in this month's blog topic The Power of Habits - What is a Habit? and The Neuroscience of Habits. … Continue reading Breaking bad habits