Engagement is often cited as the greatest challenge that L&D professionals face – whether getting staff or senior management to ‘buy-in’ to learning. Owen Ferguson has a proven model to help…
Patricia Riddell is Professor of Applied Neurosciences at the University of Reading. She will be discussing ‘How the brain learns’ at the World of Learning conference at 11.15am on 1 October at the NEC, Birmingham.
Learning to bounce back and be resilient is an essential skill – for work and life. Liggy Webb, author of a new book called Resilience shares her ten top tips to help you and your managers cope better with the demands and challenges of daily and working life.
Curation has been the latest buzz word in L&D for the last couple of years – but what does it mean? Banish thoughts of dusty relics as it has the potential to save practitioners serious time and money. Martin Couzins and Sam Burrough report…
Feeling stressed? Read Liggy Webb’s quick, handy tips to refer to when the going gets tough…
In this article Sir Alex Ferguson explains the skills needed to become the greatest football manager ever.
Organisations can’t afford to stand still – and neither can the L&D managers that support them. Laura Overton explains why benchmarking is critical for business success.
Organisations can’t afford to stand still – and neither can the L&D managers that support them. Acclaimed learning technologies expert Laura Overton will be explaining why benchmarking is so critical to Learning innovation – and ultimately business success – in a webinar on 14 June.
Craig Taylor, Learning Technologies Manager at Bupa International, explains how he engaged staff in research into the learning process As L&D professionals, our ideas of what we think learners want, […]
Ian Ross, Learning Technologies Manager for the Corporate eLearning Consortium, explains – in an article on The Information daily – the thinking behind Global Giveback UK, the initiative asking for Corporate organisations to support UK charities by donating Learning resources & expertise.