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Stephanie Evans Is unconscious bias killing your meetings?
It's easy for unconscious bias to play havoc with meetings, leading to irrational and potentially invalid business decisions. Learn how to battle biases with our quick quide and tool!Read More
Kerry Pascall The hottest learning trends of 2017
Revolutionise your learning and development solutions by understanding the most important changes affecting learning during the coming year.Read More
A Bray Leino Learning Christmas
Avoid stress this Christmas with our (almost) helpful hints and tips! Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from everyone at Bray Leino Learning.Read More
Stephanie Evans Seven Ways to Destroy Meeting Malaise
Too many people dislike meetings. Learn how to make your meetings fantastic with this short guide.Read More
Rachel Matthews We're not sending any gifts this year...
Over a million elderly people suffer from chronic loneliness at Christmas, so Bray Leino decided to throw a party for those senior citizens local to our community in North Devon.Read More
Stretched too thin: Is globalisation ruining your L & D?
Globalistion offers fantastic opportunities for businesses to grow but also presents a wide range of challenges in coordinating learning and development on an international scale.Read More
Moulding Millennials: Soft Skills Development in a New Generation
Soft skills training is a vital part of personal development, but there are a number of challenges in bringing this opportunity to a millennial workforce.Read More
Teresa Lovell Infographic: Making meetings work
We take a look at the productivity of meetings and how much time is wasted in our latest infographic.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Gone fishing: addressing the soft skills challenge?
Asking a propective employee 'what type of fish they would be' is the epitome of a desperate interview question. We take a look at what can be done to help businesses and managers appreciate the ‘soft skills’ that employees possess.Read More