At the same time as research is released on the future demand for soft skills, research on the millennial generation’s lack of soft skills is being published. So, we’re anticipating a much larger soft skills gap in the workforce than originally expected. It’s suggested that the reason millennials are developing fewer soft skills compared with previous generations, is technology.Read More
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Stephanie Morgan Establishing the need for management development
I’m a strong advocate for providing new managers with all the help they can get. All too often new managers are left to figure things out for themselves. This can lead to them and their team struggling to perform efficiently. And it’s not just new managers that might need some management development…Read More
Lauren Dennish Top 20 success for second year running!
We are thrilled to announce that, for the second year running, we have been named as one of the Top 20 Training Delivery Companies by Training Industry. The inaugural list was released as part of Training Industry's mission to continually monitor the training marketplace for the best providers of training services and technologies.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Are you neglecting experiential learning?
Certain aspects of experiential learning tend to be labelled as old-fashioned, perhaps because it’s not as accessible, fast paced, or as ‘on-the-go’ as it’s digital counterpart. Despite this, experiential learning has some really fantastic benefits that shouldn’t be ignored.Read More
Teresa Lovell 7 reasons why L&D needs to change
The modern workplace is all about the flexibility and evolution of knowledge, data, technology, accessibility and speed. This has left L&D is at a crossroads – we can either get left behind, or make sure we keep up and evolve with it. Discover 7 reasons why L&D needs to change with our short video.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Is there such thing as a ‘perfect’ blended learning solution?
There is no ‘one size fits all’ blended learning solution, it doesn’t have to have a certain percentage of digital learning vs experiential, or even include the latest tech if it isn’t right for your organisation or the outcomes you want. Your ‘perfect’ blend will be unique to your organisation, adaptable, and well-balanced in a way that’s specific to you.Read More
Stephanie Morgan VR in learning – It’s cheaper, easier and more accessible than ever
Despite virtual reality (VR) being a trending topic in learning, there’s still some uncertainty about what VR means for the future of L&D. This really is no wonder, as mixed reality learning is a generational leap in approach. But there really hasn’t been a better time to take on VR in L&D. It’s cheaper, easier and more accessible than ever.Read More
Stephanie Morgan How healthy is your L&D strategy?
Find out with the 2018 L&D Health Check! As proud ambassadors of Towards Maturity, we are delighted to introduce you to their 2018 L&D Health Check. It's a great opportunity for you to find out how your learning strategy is shaping up. All you need to do is answer a set of quick questions that reflect on your L&D accomplishments and aspirations.Read More
Stephanie Morgan What The Transformation Curve means for the future of L&D
Time has flown by since The Transformation Curve was launched in January 2018, and I think a lot of us are wondering, how many in L&D have taken the research on board and are starting to apply the new model of maturity to their learning strategy?Read More
Lauren Dennish The future of learning
Our new whitepaper, released in June 2018, reveals tips and approaches on how to apply The Transformation Curve – Towards Maturity’s 2018 Benchmark Research – to your learning strategy. We also dive a little deeper and take an explorative look at what this ground-breaking research means for the future of learning and development.Read More