Nearly two-fifths of financial employees are planning to spend more on staff development next year, according to recruitment consultancy Robert Half.
Santander has partnered with social enterprise Cause4 to launch its 2017 Breakthrough Women in Business Programme in search of the next generation of UK female entrepreneurs.
Accreditation firm Investors in People is to be established as a new independent community interest company to strengthen standards in people management.
National programme launched to improve quality of independent end-point assessment in apprenticeships
A national scheme, funded by the Department for Education, has been launched to improve capacity to deliver independent end-point assessment in apprenticeships.
Public sector leaders are becoming increasingly frustrated with the slow progress made towards a fully digital government, according to a report.
Today’s resources mean that L&D has the expertise to engage people and equip them with the tools for professional growth, says Liam Butler.
How free are leaders to change and adapt to organisations? Pierre Casse and Sergey Gorbatov respond.
Chris Underwood reveals the results of research into purpose in leadership
Nina Mehta explores how to get to grips with performance management today.
I recently read in an article that only “25 per cent of change projects show any type of successful implementation” and that “when you communicate change within your organisation people a
Organisations that embrace diversity and inclusion in all aspects of their business statistically outperform their peers.
Issy Nancarrow looks at a recent webinar discussion point in more detail - using marketing automation software in L&D.
25 October 2016
Andrew Jacobs looks at what makes a learning leader and it’s not about skill, will or resources.
25 October 2016
Don fears our schoolroom assumptions are limiting opportunities for workplace learners.