Blogs

Is engagement really just a learning problem?

Written by Stephanie Morgan on 15 August 2017

Bray Leino Learning's Stephanie Morgan digs into the engagement issue.

Rabbits and elephants, and their role in leadership

Written by Paul Matthews on 9 August 2017

Management, leadership, rabbits and elephants.They're all connected, says Paul Matthews.

Race equality: great progress comes from great discomfort pt2

Written by Tracie Joliffe on 1 August 2017

Tracie Joliff concludes her piece on why working through discomfort can achieve great progress when striving for race equality.

How to ask for a pay rise

Written by Nick Gold on 31 July 2017

Nick Gold gives us pointers for one of the trickiest work conversations. 

What can you learn from an adventure?

Written by Stella Collins on 28 July 2017

Home thoughts from abroad - neuroscience in learning author Stella Collins shares her learning through an adventurous time in her life...

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.