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Learning often fails at communications. We seem to often suffer from the 'if you build it, they will come' school of thinking. Which we know doesn’t work.
There is a significant gap between what organisations actually want from workforce education programmes and what they achieve, according to the ‘Towards Maturity’ November 2016 report.
EVERYTHING. That’s what it feels like. I have had lists of lists. Lists which seem to grow. A brain with simply too many tabs open!
Despite 30 years of investment, the equality and diversity agenda hasn’t moved forward at anywhere near the pace we would have liked. Indeed, many colleagues have lost sight of the value this work brings. Tracie Jolliff explores the need to go back to basics.
Issy Nancarrow shares some tips on getting people to click on your e-learning courses.
To equip our organisations with high calibre project managers we need responsive, learner-centric development tools. Russell Kenrick looks at the statistics and offers some insights
I’m prompted to write this piece by two seemingly unconnected events. One was extremely sad and one simply infuriating.
Anyone who has ever had to manage an LMS seems to talk about it with a resigned sigh. We in L&D usually don’t love them, so how can we expect our learners to?
TJ's new editor, Jon Kennard reflects on being back in L&D
Clare Edwards explores the brain’s programmed reactions to change in her latest neuroscience blog.
This week the L&D field will be talking, tweeting, Periscoping and blogging about the Learning Technologies 2017 conference and exhibition.
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.