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May 23, 2022

Helen Sedcole, the Chief People and Culture officer at Z Energy, discuss how they are approaching leadership and leadership development for a different future. There is no pushing people through standard modules and declaring that they are ‘done.’ Rather leadership development is seen as continuous process that it...


May 9, 2022

Today’s episode marks the milestone of Learning Uncut’s 100th episode.

Nigel Paine joins us to mark this special milestone. He has a short conversation with our regular host, Michelle Ockers, about how she finds stories and guests, and puts the podcast together.

The first episode came out on the 12th of June 2018....


Apr 25, 2022

Lil Ryan from Anglicare SA and James Stack from Obvious Choice discuss the use of a mobile learning app by frontline workers in the aged care sector. This story is an excellent example for those who are interested in using evidence informed approaches from learning science to improve the effectiveness of learning...


Apr 11, 2022

In the wake of the shift to remote working during the pandemic the need to connect and collaborate effectively was amplified. We continue to explore what this looks like in evolving hybrid working models. At the same time there has been a resurgence of interest in social and collaborative learning.

In the 2022 Global...


Mar 28, 2022

In this episode of Learning Uncut I speak with Peta Pocock about how leadership development has changed at the Australian Bureau of Statistics since the start of the pandemic. The shift to remote work gave their L&D team to the opportunity to innovate. This is an archetypal story of learning innovation during...