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Managing Your Mental Wellbeing

Good mental wellbeing goes beyond just feeling happy every day. You should also be able to thrive and realise your potential. If you keep yourself physically healthy, your mental wellbeing will also improve. There are th...

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Benefits of eLearning

Learn the benefits of eLearning, what eLearning is, and why it’s great for onboarding and new or unique projects. What is eLearning? eLearning is a structured course or learning experience delivered electronically....

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Future Institute Partners with the Gold Industry Group

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The Power of an Abundance Mindset

As an organisation that focuses on building organisational capabilities through developing leadership skills, Future Institute has invited Mark Iriks, a local successful entrepreneur and leader to share his thoughts on ‘...

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Developing Leaders: Conflict Resolution in the Workplace

For leaders to effectively perform conflict resolution in the workplace, they must first identify how they currently manage conflict and understand the benefits of dealing with conflict constructively. Through self-aware...

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The unrealised potential of Emotional Intelligence

If your organisation was lacking in financial management capability, costing you significantly in unrealised income and impacting things like employee satisfaction, how would you seek to remedy the situation? You might c...

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How well do you use your emotions to manage conflict?

“If you only have a hammer, everything looks like a nail.” – Maslow This age old analogy might seem a little off the topic of emotional intelligence but what Abraham Maslow was essentially saying is that we can have an o...