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Welcome to our latest edition of Prime Times.

I sat down with international leadership expert Nigel Paine recently where he led an interesting discussion about leadership in the digital age, which I invite you to watch in this edition of Prime Times.
 
Nigel's article 'Innovating in executive leadership development programs: DeakinPrime as pathfinder' explores our evolving journey in leadership development and our consistent and continuous search for better and more successful ways to develop great leaders in the workplace.
 
We know how important it is to continually evolve our understanding of leadership because these roles adapt and change just like the modern workplaces that leaders work in.
 
DeakinPrime's Kelly Kajewski also takes an insightful look at the future of leadership development in this edition. Kelly demonstrates the need to design adaptive learning programs to develop adaptable leaders, and poses five important questions that should be asked of any modern leadership program.
 
DeakinDigital launched an important White Paper in September—'Demystifying Credentials: Growing Capabilities for the Future'—and I recommend it as essential reading for anybody seeking to understand the importance of recognising individual capability in the workplace.

Best regards

Simon Hann
Chief Executive Officer

DESIGN THINKING FOR LEARNING INNOVATION

About a year ago, one of the big four Australian banks approached DeakinPrime with a challenge. We were asked to pitch for a compliance training job targeting the bank's thousands of independent insurance brokers.
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ADAPTIVE LEARNING FOR ADAPTIVE LEADERSHIP

In a disruptive and volatile corporate environment, how can leadership development arm leaders with the mindset, skills and behaviours to continually adapt and develop?
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SIMON HANN INTERVIEWS LEADERSHIP EXPERT NIGEL PAINE

Recently Nigel Paine was out here in Australia and attended an event for DeakinPrime and DeakinDigital. Here Simon Hann catches up with Nigel to discuss the changing space of leadership in a digital age.
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THREE COMMON MISTAKES MILLENNIALS ARE MAKING IN THE WORKPLACE

With growing business demands for workers who are customer centric, collaborative and strong problem solvers, it’s not enough to keep delivering information by heavy training courses and elearning modules.
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INNOVATING EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS - NIGEL PAINE

The business world can be a harsh and competitive landscape, and if you want to succeed you need to be able to consistently do your best in the short term, while also keeping a long-term goal in your sights.
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DEAKIN NAMED AMONG WORLD'S TOP 300 UNIVERSITIES

Deakin University’s international standing continues to rise with the prestigious Times Higher Education (THE) rankings placing the university among its top 300 universities in the world for the first time.
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LEADERSHIP IN AN AGE OF DIGITAL DISRUPTION

Recently DeakinPrime held an expert panel discussion on a new approach to the development and measurement of leadership capabilities. Our panel included Nigel Paine, international change-focussed leader.
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HOW MANAGERS CAN FOSTER A HAPPY, PRODUCTIVE WORKPLACE

No matter which way you look at it, having happy employees means better business. It’s been shown that having happier employees results in staff doing more, higher quality work than their unhappy and cranky counterparts.
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DEMYSTIFYING CREDENTIALS WHITE PAPER

Few people realise the profound changes that a focus on professional capabilities and resulting microcredentials have made both to global education and the recognition of individual expertise.
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