2014 has been a busy year at Bray Leino Learning. We have seen the launch of our award winning Foundation Leadership Programme, successfully piloted and released our Resilience Programme, travelled the world to create and deliver eLearning solutions and continued to offer a wide range of learning and development solutions to our clients.

We have also been busy creating lots of useful content for our readers, varying from top tips, definitions and suggestions to industry updates and guidelines.


I’ve taken a look back at our blogs and from the most read and most valuable to readers I have selected the top six. Please check them out if you missed the opportunity first time around.

So, here are the top six blogs from 2014, with a wide range of topics such as resilience, personal development, eLearning and general learning and development.

  1. What is the difference between personal and professional development?
    We’ve all heard of personal development plans, and even professional development plans, but how exactly do you differentiate between the two? And how do you know which one to focus your energies on?

  2. Do you listen to your learners?
    This infographic looks at what learners want and need from CPD’s and whether they are being listened to in order to achieve this.

  3. eLearning flow chart
    Our eLearning flow chart ensures success of your eLearning project. Follow our best practice eLearning flow process to get it right every time.

  4. vLearning platform: Learning in the digital age
    In this digital age we are currently witnessing a dynamic shift in the Learning and Development industry, where classrooms are moving towards the online platform, and businesses are trying to map the offline experience to match this transition.

  5. Mental toughness and the taming of tigers
    Mental toughness can sometimes sound like the stuff of clichés, but it has its origins in sports psychology. But this ability isn't confined to the world of sport. You are using your mental toughness every day at one level or another.

  6. Top tips to improve time management
    There are 168 hours in a week, every week – we all get the same allowance. Some people run corporations, some people even run countries, some people run themselves ragged. This suggests it is not the amount of time you have, it simply depends on what you do with it.

Do let us know if there are any others you would have liked to have seen here, or what you found useful to enable us to bring you great, fresh content throughout 2015.

Contact us now to find out how we can help your organisation create and provide a learning and development programme designed to help your people deliver every time. 

Rachel Matthews

Rachel Matthews, Social Media and Marketing Manager

In my blogs I will look at industry constraints and issues and problems that employees face in their day-to-day work lives.


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