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27 October 2022

Do as I say, not as I do: Why L&D professionals need more L&D

As the organisers and figureheads of workplace learning, sharing the benefits and advocating training for others, one would expect Learning and Development professionals to be the first in line for ...

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29 September 2022

Why you shouldn’t be resigned to the Great Resignation

This article is from our new series 'One small step for Management: The L&D guide to the giant leap in employee expectations.' We've been publishing  all the articles but if you don't want wait, ...

15 September 2022

Why it’s impossible to avoid bringing your troubles to the workplace

This is the second article from our new series 'One small step for Management: The L&D guide to the giant leap in employee expectations.' We'll publish the rest over the next few weeks, if you ...

8 September 2022

Modern culture for a modern workforce: What your people want from you

This is the first article from our new series 'One small step for Management: The L&D guide to the giant leap in employee expectations.' We'll publish the rest over the next few weeks, if you ...

23 June 2022

One vision with many voices: Why leadership training is for everyone

In the words of William Shakespeare: “Some men are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.” There are also plenty of people who should have greatness, but never ...

19 May 2022

Meet your people where they are: How to run hybrid learning solutions

Hybrid training is yet another new frontier for L&D teams around the globe, coming with its own array of opportunities and challenges for learners and organisations. It’s hardly the first new ...

3 March 2022

Hybrid working: How to get the best of both worlds

Hybrid working is fast becoming the newest trend for organisations. During the pandemic, many people were forced to work from home, but now as the world begins to see a light at the end of the ...

27 January 2022

Why are soft skills so hard?

We're delighted to share a blog by guest writer and trainer, David White.