Whenever I facilitate a Time Management training programme, I always ask “What are your time thieves?”Read More
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Denise Campbell Whose relationship is it anyway? Are you taking responsibility?
Do you feel accountable to the people you work for and with, or do you feel responsible for the relationship you have with them? Either way will make a difference to the quality and feel of your professional relationships.Read More
Martin Blazey Balancing design and content during the eLearning experience
When designing eLearning solutions, how do you create a programme that is balanced – allowing the learning to flow, the design to be great and the benefit to business maximised?Read More
Nigel Walpole How to engage your team through feedback
Nearly every organisation does ‘entrance’ interviews and many carry out so-called ‘exit’ interviews - the question is what happens in between?Read More
What makes a successful learning and development practitioner?
The world of workplace learning continues to change and evolve, bringing along not just challenges and exciting opportunities but also the need for L&D professionals to constantly develop their skills to meet the demands of its customers.Read More
What does it really mean? We investigate eLearning buzz words
There are always new buzz words appearing, and it’s easy to lose track of what they mean and what you should be doing. eLearning is no exception and there are lots of terms that can cause confusion when you’re looking for an online learning solution.Read More
Nigel Walpole Multi-tasking is affecting your resilience levels
In my blog, Multi-tasking - a dilemma for L&D?, I commented that multi-tasking is changing the way we learn. This prompted quite a reaction and an interesting divergence of opinion.Read More
Phil Eagles The importance of image optimisation in eLearning design
Image optimisation is often an afterthought when you are knee deep in a project, but it’s one of those things which is vital to the final design of an eLearning solution and is easy to do.Read More
Annette Quinn What is Time Management?
When I run management courses, the need to manage time comes up as a required development area for most managers. Whether they are first line or at senior level, this is the one area they always feel they could do better in.Read More
Rachel Matthews Are you ready for Learning at Work Week 2015?
Next week is National Learning at Work Week, and as learning and development professionals we are excited about the opportunities that coincide with this awareness week to put the spotlight on learning in the workplace.Read More