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Andrew Gibbons looks at the number of years a person has been doing something and if there is a difference to the impact that they can actually make.
In the first of regular blogs from the NHS Leadership Academy Chris Lake explores why the talent pipeline of chief executives and executive directors in the NHS is critically low
Reading through the December issue of Raconteur, a supplement of The Times, a particular sentence jumped out from the article, “With the ramifications of leaving the single market
Paul Matthews tells us his experience of helping clients work out what the best performance solution is and how to move away from focusing on the wrong solution.
Corporate education programmes are vital to organisations seeking to attract and retain talent in a competitive marketplace. Millennials, for example will soon account for more than 50 pe
Why do learners forget almost all information from training? Issy Nancarrow discusses what you can do about it.
Effective L&D isn't about a knowledge dump to your attendees, it's using the best points of 70:20:10, Moments of Learning Need and Performance Support to ensure people get the best support they can. Jo Cook tells us more.
Internal communications is an integral part of a campaign. Issy Nancarrow shares some points to help with your Campaign Learning approach.
Large organisations have tested the skills of potential employees at recruitment stage for many years.
Paul Matthews asks managers what their role entails but rarely gets the answer he is looking for.
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.
Clare Edwards explores focus and attention in her latest neuroscience blog
Earlier this month, ten people, with whom I have been working on an accredited leadership programme did something truly exceptional.
Best Practice models are an excellent way to deliver better results and reduce risks.
Paul Matthews blogs about the differences between learning and perfomance.
Jo Cook shares her reflection on developing your L&D connections and updating your thinking
If we focus on improving the surface and not deeper structural issue that is all we are likely to improve.
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With a more globalised world, language skills have become essential for all levels of the organisation and across business functions.
Issy Nancarrow focuses on whether we are looking at learner engagement correctly.
Language competencies are vital in the European and global market.
You do an absolutely brilliant job delivering your training course in the classroom. The happy sheets are… well – nice and happy!
Project management has only developed into a discrete discipline in recent years. In the past, line managers tended to lead projects.
International businesses recognise the value of language skills within the workforce. Employees with languages can engage confidently with suppliers, customers and colleagues across borders.
Many organisations are talking about digital transformation. Some are even doing it, but for many it is too little, too late. Their Millennial Employees, the Digital Natives, have already moved on.
Tom Hickmore blogs about the 'Imagining Peace' strategy and how this could help L&D professionals capture and hold the attention of easily distracted learners.
In the first of a regular quarterly blog for TJ Vlatka Hlupic explores the importance of a leader’s outlook on business success.
Some time ago, Leonora, at least she thinks that’s her name, fell asleep. In her dreams, she’s not even sure why she fell asleep, but she did. It just happened.
And she keeps dreaming…