We provide three categories of services, which are grouped around:
Each of the different offerings are explained under the sub-categories on the ‘services’ menu, or by clicking the links above.
Whichever service is right for you or your company, each follows the same steps.
Step 1 Work and Skills ‘Big Picture’
Explore your work context using the Work Scorecard. The aim is to get a ‘big picture’ view that will spark ideas for possible projects to do – something new or something that can be improved.
Use the Skills Scorecard as well in this step. Make explicit what you think are strengths, and what needs to improve. Create a starting point for comparing how skills (yours and your colleagues) develop over time.
You will have the help of a learning facilitator to help you think about work and skills.
Evaluate options for action, choose a project, plan it, do it – and learn from it. The tools you will use from the Smart Work Toolkit during this step includes the Project Checklist. This makes describes what you are going to do, how, and what skills you will use.
You will have access to resources on core foundation topics. These apply to some degree to all work contexts. You will learn how to apply these core topics.
They are only starting points. You will be expected to know how to access resources for what you want to do, question them, and amend them (or disregard them). What others have found useful might no be right for you.
This step also involves learning with others going through the same process. Share experiences, celebrate successes, learn together, and support each other. This applies even for those people doing individual programmes. You will not be alone.
And of course, you have the facilitator to help you. Facilitators work with you as partners. They act as sounding boards, provocateurs, as connectors, knowledge brokers – they wear all sorts of different hats. Their role is to help you to ask questions, to encourage you to think, and to learn from differences.
Step 3 What happened? What next?
The final tool from the Smart Work Toolkit is the Skills Dashboard, which helps you to think about and plan ‘what next?’. The aim is to encourage you to take responsibility for continuing to practice and improve your skills.
Review and reflect on what you think happened, what you think you learned, and what skills you used. Now that you have one project under your belt, what’s the next one going to be?
We’d be delighted to answer your questions
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