Your L&D strategy is more than a plan of what L&D will look like in the coming months and years. It is your opportunity to show what L&D stands for in the business and how it is going to demonstrate that to the business.Read More
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/Stephanie Morgan Three ways to get your people to pull learning
Try as we might in L&D, it can be difficult to instil a powerful learning culture in organisations. That’s because the only people who can ensure you have a great learning culture are the learners themselves.Read More
/Stephanie Morgan How to encourage a collaborative working culture
Why should we work together in L&D? We accomplish so much more when we collaborate, increasing the benefits of learning overall. For some people the most valuable learning is gained during the collaboration itself.Read More
/Stephanie Morgan How adopting Google’s pull learning culture can benefit L&D
Your learners love using Google. Stephanie Morgan explores how their desire to pull learning can be directed towards internal L&D resources instead.Read More
/Stephanie Morgan How to build blended learning buy-in
Blended learning yields great outcomes, but only if learners have 'bought-in'. Use this key step to build learner engagement before launching your learning.Read More
/Stephanie Morgan Are your managers engagement allies?
Learner engagement is a huge challenge in learning and development, even when the solution itself is excellent. L&D need managers to solve this problem.Read More
/Rachel Matthews Cause a stampede of learners today
This is your opportunity to embrace your inner marketer and cause a stampede with your learners.Read More
/Stephanie Morgan Are you holding your learners accountable?
Towards Maturity and CIPD’s recent study ‘Preparing for the Future of Learning’ made for insightful reading.Read More
/Teresa Lovell Six steps to improved learner engagement
Discover the six steps to improving learner engagement today with our latest infographic.Read More
/Stephanie Morgan Capitalise on Learning at Work Week – quick before it’s too late!
During Learning at Work Week, many people celebrated the success of their people, plenty patted themselves on the back for a year well done, and many, many more shared their personal learning.Read More