Blogs

The best decisions often need a contrarian

Written by Andrew Gibbons on 25 July 2017

Sometime you need someone to disagree with, says Andrew Gibbons.

Do you need help to improve your writing to ensure people learn better?

Written by Jo Cook on 24 July 2017

Jo Cook shares some highlights from the evidence-based book by Patti Shank.

Junior doctors: Leadership development starts at medical school

Written by Rebecca Crosby on 20 July 2017

Junior doctor Rebecca Crosby discusses why leadership is so crucial in critical situations.

Race equality: Great progress comes from great discomfort

Written by Tracie Joliffe on 18 July 2017

Tracie Jolliff explains why working through discomfort in pursuit of insight and understanding can achieve great progress when striving for race equality.

Winning with an inclusive workforce

Written by Armin Hopp on 17 July 2017

Here's how to win with an inclusive workforce, says Armin Hopp.

Drop the Mehrabian communication pie charts, now

Written by Jo Cook on 11 July 2017

Jo Cook tells us why we shouldn't be quoting that famous 'only 7% of our communication is the words' research.

How long should a training course be?

Written by Paul Matthews on 10 July 2017

A one-day training course is never enough, says Paul Matthews.

What does compassion mean to me? pt2

Written by Clare Price-Dowd on 4 July 2017

Clare Price-Dowd concludes her piece on compassion in healthcare.

Cross the digital language divide

Written by Armin Hopp on 30 June 2017

English can only get you so far on the global stage, says Armin Hopp. 

What does social learning look like in your business?

Written by Lyndon Wingrove on 29 June 2017

Where are you on your social learning journey in business, asks Lyndon Wingrove.