Ask any person with a smart phone how they learned to use it, and the majority will tell you that they learned by ‘doing’. It is no fluke they learned this way; the interface has been carefully designed based on the study of how people interact with computers, or ‘Human Computer Interaction’ (HCI).Read More
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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
Anna Macwilliam 12 people to work with for a successful eLearning project
One important step to the success of a project is to involve everyone right from the start. Here’s a quick reminder of the people you should always consider each of these roles for any eLearning project.Read More
Overcoming Cross-Departmental Barriers
Companies that encourage cross-departmental teamwork – that is, different departments within an organisation working collaboratively together – will know how much of a challenge it can really be.Read More
Kerry Pascall Learn by making your own decisions
You want your team to learn a new skill but you don’t want to force feed them the information, because this can reduce the impact of the learning. So how can you teach them something, but put them in control of the outcome?Read More
Rachel Matthews The effects of exercising on productivity
We recently discussed the cost of sleepless nights as a result of a GCC Insights report. Interestingly, the report also touched on the importance of exercise and how it affects sleep patterns.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
Rachel Matthews The cost of sleepless nights
A recent study shows that as many as one in five workers are sleep deprived, and those who sleep poorly are 54% more likely to experience increased stress levels at work.Read More
Rachel Matthews Are you missing out on top talent?
Organisations throughout Europe could be missing out on top talent due to inflexibility in working practices.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