Relatus is delighted to announce that we have won Learning Solution of the Year (External) at the Institute for Learning & Performance’s 2023 Asia Pacific Learning Impact Awards. This prestigious award recognizes our dedication to refining and developing soft, social, and emotional skills that align with career and business outcomes to ensure success.
At Relatus, we believe that interpersonal and intrapersonal skills are essential for career growth, especially in a rapidly changing business landscape where automation is transforming the workforce. Our winning program, the Relationship Networking Program (RNP), is designed to equip individuals with the essential networking, relationship management, and human skills needed to succeed in contemporary workplaces and society more broadly.
Through decades of research and experience, our award-winning programs have shown that investing in people’s relational capabilities is a top priority for organisations seeking to grow their competitive advantage. The RNP is our signature program and has proven to be a game-changer for professionals across all industries and job titles.
“I am thrilled to see our program being recognized by an industry association and the Learning & Development community as the winner,” says Julia Palmer, CEO of Relatus. “Developing relational capabilities to support people’s individual talents can only accelerate results and lead to better outcomes. Refining how we interact, engage, and grow our networks is key to a more successful future.”
We would like to thank UNSW Sydney, our partner in this submission, for their continued support and collaboration in delivering the RNP to their academic researchers. We are proud to have worked with UNSW for the past five years, and we look forward to continuing to provide impactful learning solutions for their community and beyond.
In conclusion, we firmly believe that investing in human skills will be the key to future success, and we are honoured to have received this recognition for our efforts. At Relatus, we remain committed to helping individuals and organizations develop the soft, social, and emotional skills needed to thrive in the age of automation.
Name: Julia Palmer
Phone: +61 404 008 100
Email: [email protected]