Rewiring Corporate Learning

First Understand Where You Need to Go. This series of short think pieces focusses on rewiring corporate learning. But we should start by asking why? Not simply for the sake of learning, not to amuse the learning staff or give them new challenges, but for something more fundamental and substantial: keeping up with the way […]

Fishbowl Experiment

In 2016, PSK Performance hosted its first ever interactive Fishbowl Experiment in Sydney and Melbourne. The events brought together professionals from Recruitment, Talent, HR, Learning and Development and Change agents in this modernised Fishbowl format. The purpose; to discuss, collaborate, share knowledge, contribute experiences and opinions across a wide range of topics within industry. If you […]


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I have attended a number of different Learning and development conferences, meet up's and seminars, and have been very impressed with the fishbowl format that Trent Rosen organises.

I love the intimate feel of the format, and the interactivity between the panel, the audience and the hot seat where people from the audience can bounce in and out of to be a part of the panel.

The topics have also been really interesting, on what is trending in the L&D world (and quite literally not just in AU but globally) and how we can implement those strategies and trends here (or not), and the panel has been quite diverse too. It has also been a fantastic opportunity to network with likeminded people.

Trent, I look forward to attending many more of the Fishbowl events - well done!

Ekta Chauhan - Senior Manager Hci   
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I have attended several of the PSK Performance Fishbowl Events. The calibre of panellists is excellent and discussion topics relevant and contemporary for Learning and Development professionals.

The fishbowl format is relatively informal, interactive and conversational, with opportunity for attendees to participate in the discussion.

It’s also a great opportunity to catch up with other L&D professionals. A valuable event.

Michelle Ockers - Modern Learning Strategist