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Stephanie Morgan It's time to stop ignoring the facts

It's time to stop ignoring the facts
Thursday October 2, 2014

It seems perfectly obvious to me, as an L&D professional, that when someone is promoted into a management role there is quite a high chance that they will not have the skills or knowledge required to hit the ground running and be able to effectively manage their teams.

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Denise Campbell Get out of their way

Get out of their way
Monday September 29, 2014

As you start to get out of your own way things start to flow more easily for you. Let’s think about building a coaching approach into managing others by getting out of their way.

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Nigel Walpole Maximising Attendance on Training Courses

Maximising Attendance on Training Courses
Friday September 26, 2014

Have you ever wondered how to increase the number of people who want to attend learning events, have participants who know what they want to get from those events and get people to provide feedback on how an event has improved their performance?

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Kerry Pascall An eLearning Adventure in Madrid

An eLearning Adventure in Madrid
Wednesday September 24, 2014

For our latest eLearning project we needed a Spanish voice over (VO) for our Spanish corporate training course. We followed our usual process, however, things were slightly different to the usual requirements. This time the client wanted the recording to take place in their home city of Madrid.

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Denise Campbell Get out of your own way

Get out of your own way
Tuesday September 16, 2014

A number of years ago I invested in myself and chose to spend time in the lovely Lake District for some personal development with like-minded people. A message that really hit home for me that week was this - “We just need to get out of our own way!”

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Nigel Walpole Engaging Effectively With Your Team

Engaging Effectively With Your Team
Monday September 8, 2014

It can be a hard life leading a team. Team Leaders are strongly influenced by the whims of Senior Managers who demand unquestioning loyalty to strategy, and require them to implement policy and procedures even if they are defective.

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