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New report recommends a new, broader Baccalaureate for 14 – 19 year-olds

28 September 2016

A new report from former Conservative education secretary Sir Kenneth Baker calls for a new approach to equip young people with the skills they need in the 21st century

Green Party urges Minister for Youth to protect a ‘generation in crisis’

27 September 2016

The Green Party has called for a Minister for Youth after research shows young people in Britain are a "generation in crisis."

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HR professionals play a ‘crucial’ role in helping bridge the gap between education and work

26 September 2016

The CIPD has launched a national partnership with the Careers and Enterprise Company to recruit 500 senior HR professionals to help equip young people with the skills they need to...

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Businesses lack skills needed to meet growth targets

26 September 2016

More than half of businesses believe they are lacking the talent needed to meet growth targets, new research has found.

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Nearly a third of students borrow outside of their student loan

26 September 2016

Nearly a third of full-time students aged 18 to 24 hold debts outside of their student loan and around half 'regularly' worry about money, according to new research. 

UK growth held back as bosses lose the trust of middle management

23 September 2016

British business growth is being undermined from within by widespread mistrust of senior managers, according to a new report.

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Three imperatives for corporate universities

13 September 2016

Far too many internal training programmes waste money and align poorly with the company’s long-term strategy. They can do better.

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What to avoid when transitioning to performance consulting

10 September 2016

Sunder Ramachandran shares some positive approaches to becoming a consultant inside the business.

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Beyond results day: Why we should offer alternative routes to GCSEs

9 September 2016

Fay Gibbin offers her thoughts on contending with the Government’s GCSE regulations for childcare professionals and how we can help young people accomplish more through alternative routes.

Video killed the learning star

9 September 2016

If you are my vintage, you will recall the classic song from The Buggles, Video Killed the Radio Star. As most of you know, this song is a reference to concerns about 20th-century inventions and machines.

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How to avoid being stagnant in your L&D role

26 September 2016

Jo Cook shares her reflection on developing your L&D connections and updating your thinking

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There’s a lot of non-believers out there…and I am the biggest sceptic

21 September 2016

If we focus on improving the surface and not deeper structural issue that is all we are likely to improve.

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Unlocking the ROI of employee development

19 September 2016

It’s not unreasonable for organisations investing in the training and development of their employees to expect to see some kind of return on investment (ROI).

9 August 2016
The Apprentice 2015 winner talks about hard work and aspirations.
9 August 2016

Elouise Leonard-Cross on her award-winning L&OD practice and how she developed her team of L&D athletes

15 September 2016

Recording of the TJ discussion webinar from September 2016 about communication.

11 September 2016

Con Sotidis reflects on the closing of the video broadcasting platform Blab.

13 September 2016

Neville Pritchard discusses what matters most around communication in a business or organisation.

8 September 2016

Gary Cattermole tells us to take a closer look at ourselves when it comes to spreading the word.