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Liv Wilson

Liv is our WalkMe implementation consultant, but does all the other stuff too! She is our token geek and gets into the detail; which is helpful when enabling WalkMe to do the tricky stuff while your people get onto doing what they do best.

She has worked in corporate learning for over 15 years and specialises in facilitation, learning design, consultancy and leadership development.

Her background has been predominantly in the financial services sector with IAG, GE, and BNZ; but she has recently worked with Spark New Zealand as a leadership coach, with a focus on performance consulting.

She is exceptionally curious and passionate about supporting people to unlock their amazingness.

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December 6, 2019
🧡 People

The “R” word

I'd be lying if I said that restructures are painless. The sting of rejection (whether you express an interest in an alternative role or not), the confusion around what will happen next, and the disruption to your life is intense. It's easy to retreat into yourself and wave the white flag of surrender.

February 21, 2020
🟪 Technology

A Parent's Guide to Systems

I’ve had an epiphany - systems are like children and it’s our responsibility to ensure that they grow up safely, behave, and make the world a better place. So, how can we do this? As both a Mum and system user; in my experience, it’s using the tools available to you, leveraging the right expertise, and, most of all, supporting everyone else going through the same journey. One of the amazing tools for parenting is a village - surrounding yourself with other people to help you raise your little human. And one of the amazing tools available for systems is a Digital Adoption Platform called WalkMe.

May 22, 2020
🟪 Technology

Let’s get phygital

Phygital has been doing the rounds for the last couple of years in retail and marketing. It’s the blending of a physical presence (like a store) with a digital experience (like app integration) - the key is that these experiences happen in the same journey.

November 9, 2020

Lightbulb moments