Nearly every organisation does ‘entrance’ interviews and many carry out so-called ‘exit’ interviews - the question is what happens in between?Read More
Recent Posts & Articles
Nigel Walpole Multi-tasking is affecting your resilience levels
In my blog, Multi-tasking - a dilemma for L&D?, I commented that multi-tasking is changing the way we learn. This prompted quite a reaction and an interesting divergence of opinion.Read More
Nigel Walpole Reinvent your induction process
Is it time to reinvent your induction process? Perhaps you're using the same methods as five or ten years ago and need a new solution to suit everyone and deliver fast and effective results.Read More
Nigel Walpole Repairing damaged lines of communication
Ask any engineer about repairing something and you can be pretty certain they will speak vociferously about how good anticipatory maintenance would have prevented the problem.Read More
Nigel Walpole Multi-tasking - an L&D dilemma
It is clear that multitasking can have negative effects on learning – networking with so many devices, is changing the way we work, the way we think and the way we learn.Read More
Nigel Walpole Is 70:20:10 learning just in vogue, or here to stay?
Every now and then a new phrase or topic captures the imagination of L&D professionals and there is no doubt that ‘70 20 10’ is currently one of those topics. But what is it?Read More
Nigel Walpole Making 360° feedback a success
Today we consider some of the more detailed features that need to be sorted to make a 360° feedback exercise a success.Read More
Nigel Walpole Networking - like it or loath it?
Networking is an important part of many aspects of modern working lives – career development, learning and development, and influencing and persuasion to name a few.Read More
Nigel Walpole 360° Feedback - Positive or Negative
Feedback is vital, be it positive or negative, but in this blog – the first of 2 on the subject, I’d like to consider some of the judgements organisations need to make before embarking on a 360° feedback journey.Read More
Nigel Walpole What will 2015 bring to learning and development?
2014 saw many changes in the learning and development world. With organisations moving into the digital age it was no surprise to discover that 60% of organisations are now using digital platforms in training delivery. Or that an additional 23% planned to incorporate digital platforms into their training plan according to the Training Industry report.Read More