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Stephanie Morgan 5 great ways to get the personal development you want
How can you get the personal development you need if your organisation can’t or won’t support it? I often find that people’s aspirations and the speed at which they want to develop are at odds with their organisations plans and timescales.Read More
Jane Hulme Do you have the skills to be a manager?
It’s time to take a look in the mirror and ask yourself, do you have the right skills for today’s demanding role in management? Here are five skills that are essential in today's business world as a manager.Read More
Kerry Pascall What does effective eLearning look like?
We often get asked what effective e-learning looks like, so here are some general guidelines on what to include in order to create the most engaging and results-orientated e-learning you can.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
Teresa Lovell Five apps to make you more resilient
How does our modern use of technology impacts on our mental well being and resilience? Lots of blogs and news articles say that the modern online 24/7 culture is bad for us. But what if we flip that on its head, and look at what this technology can do for us?Read More
The pros and cons of selecting an LMS solution
An LMS is a large investment for any company; you can choose from either an open source, cloud solution or a server based solution. Today we take a look at the pros and cons on selecting an LMS solution to help you make the most informed decision possible.Read More
Jane Hulme The importance of soft skills in your organisation
Soft skills are an essential part of todays business world and help your organisation use a person’s skills to their full potential. They go hand in hand with the hard skills that you may learn ‘on the job’, such as typing, or operating machinery.Read More
Are you living to work or working to live?
There are typically two types of people in the professional world. There are some who focus their lives around their careers and gain great satisfaction out of their professional and financial accomplishments.Read More
Did you know? UK eLearning statistics
Our latest infographic takes a look at the latest UK eLearning statistics and future predictions.Read More