Are employees losing confidence in their senior managers? The results of the CIPD Spring 2014 Employee Outlook Survey suggest a decline in trust and respect. This infographic shows how employee attitudes differ in the public, private and voluntary sector. Contact us to find out how we can help you improve levels of trust, respect and satisfaction in your organisation.Read More
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Coping with Naysayers
I recently took part in a fascinating research project to develop a strategy for using technology effectively in teaching and learning. While interviewing practitioners I was privileged to discover innovative practice by inspirational trainers but also came across some scared and negative staff. The naysayers.Read More
Do You Listen To Your Learners?
Treat your learners like customers by taking the time to listen to what they need and you will transform your L&D department. This infographic shows what learners want and need from CPD.Read More
The Secret to Creating a Culture of Learning in the Workplace
Last week, 19th - 25th May, was National Learning at Work Week. All over the country, employees have had the chance to learn something new, reflect on their learning needs and have fun.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Are Your Values Making You Unhappy?
In my opinion they definitely could - curious? Well before we look at how that could happen, what are values?Read More
Are Your Leaders Engaged?
The CIPD have published a blog on ‘Seven reasons your employees are not committed’. Upon reading it, it’s clear that the responsibility for engaging employees belongs to an organisation’s leaders.Read More
Kerry Pascall Applying Adult Learning Principals to eLearning
You must not forget your learners are adults and care should be taken to address their learning principles. This means when they complete an eLearning module, they should be engaged, motivated and want to know more and are not left feeling patronised.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Got an interview? Now get the job - interview tactics
Congratulations you’ve got an interview. You must have had a winning CV. Well done, you’re over the first hurdle.Read More
Nigel Walpole The Only Way is Effort
Listening to the pundits discussing the results between the German football clubs and their UK rivals in the Champions League this year, one couldn’t help but hear the strong emphasis on ‘support’, ‘team’, ‘work ethic’ and ‘drive’.Read More
Talent and creativity are not the same things
You can’t teach creativity. So says Hanif Kureishi, speaking at the Bath Literary Festival last week.Read More