You're no doubt familiar with affirmations - positive statements such as 'I will perform great in this interview', that you repeat to promote self-confidence - but do you know why they work? It's all to do with your brain's less-than-perfect ability to identify reality vs imagination. Creating a mental image of yourself doing something activates many of the same brain areas as when you actually do the thing. Regular repetition of affirming statements encourages your brain to view them as facts - and then, once you believe something, your actions often follow. Thus 'I will perform great in this interview' can become you doing just that.
Hi there, are you new here? We thought it might be time to re-introduce the faces behind the business. I'm Noirin Mosley (on the left) Director of Relationships and Innovation. I've worked in numerous industries all over the world, and have also created two businesses in Australia. My partner in crime is Jenny Boymal. Jenny has a training background in RTO’s and industry specific topics, devising successful strategies for companies and connecting businesses for strategic alliances and joint ventures. We're really pleased to have you here.
Although most employers know the best way to address the needs of new staff is through an induction program, many employers overlook this crucial orientation step Some employers take a casual approach to induction, relying on new employees to figure things out as they go, or by following other employees, which may not be the most effective way for them to learn An ad-hoc approach to induction is dangerous, especially since the first few weeks on the job are crucial to the engagement and success of the employee When new employees hear from the business leader about the purpose, direction and values are of the organisation, it allows them to put their contribution into perspective, giving them a greater purpose for work A well thought-out induction program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to bring new team members up to speed on a whole range of company policies that apply to the role, as well as a strong understanding of how and what the company delivers its services and/or products In many industries, if essential compliance training is not completed it could mean costly fines or other legal implications to the business. This is just one of many reasons why induction programs are essential
Research shows that optimism is the underpinning of longevity, good health, resilience, strategy and innovation 💡 So choose optimism, and you'll be choosing to increase your chances of all these good things in your work and your life 🙋♀️
Online inductions are a great way to educate employees on compliance with company policies and procedures, and Workplace Health and Safety 👷 We give Workplaces the option – to tick training boxes vs delivering meaningful learning outcomes for their staff 💡
One of the big trends to emerge from 2020 is the shift to providing more workplace training online 🖥️ And this is a trend that is only going to go from strength to strength in the coming years. In fact, the worldwide e-learning market is projected to be worth $325 Billion in 2025. Educate to Elevate can help you with that, developing new programs including induction programs and safety training, and building your own online learning platform 👷