It has been two weeks since I attended Sea Salt Learning’s Social Age Safari and I am still processing the whole experience. It was, without exception, the most thought provoking conference I have ever been on.Read More
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I wish I had a pound for every job description I’ve seen which stated that the person filling the role must have “excellent presentation skills”.Read More
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Our latest infographic looks at how eLearning and face-to-face help to create the perfect blended learning solution.Read More
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Next week is National Learning at Work Week, and every year we get excited about the opportunities that coincide with this awareness week. It’s the perfect opportunity for L&D professionals to put the spotlight on learning in the workplace.Read More
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According to Charles Jennings, traditional roles in L&D must change and I couldn’t agree more. But one role that he doesn’t mention, that I can certainly see a need for, is marketing.Read More
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Given they are so important, perhaps the key question for Learning and Development professionals is: are interpersonal skills something that can be learned?Read More