Empathy is linked to a whole host of business benefits, so it’s something you simply can’t afford to ignore. But to truly have an organisation-wide impact, it must be embedded into the organisational culture. We take a look at what empathy looks like and explore how L&D can support it.Read More
Recent Posts & Articles
Stephanie Morgan Back to basics. Do your learners know how to learn?
If you’re struggling to create a ‘pull’ learning culture, it might be because your learners have forgotten, or simply just don’t know how to learn. The good news is, there’s something you can do about it. And, that’s teaching your learners how to learn. You can do this by introducing new strategies and tactics which actually help your learners to understand how they learn.Read More
Lauren Dennish Can ‘Learning at Work Week’ last all year?
Learning at Work Week is one of our busiest times of year, supporting our clients as they celebrate all things learning related. We love the inspiration this national week gives to the L&D community but we would love it even more if this momentum lasted all year round – and we think it can!Read More
Stephanie Morgan How to capitalise on role models in the workplace
The term ‘role models’ is used widely in leadership and management, with the main focus on being a good role model for your people. If you’re looking to improve learning culture or want others to acknowledge the benefits of learning within your organisation, role models are the people who can really help you.Read More
Teresa Lovell How to prepare for blended learning
In our latest infographic, we take a look at how to prepare for blended learning by creating a ‘pull’ learning culture before making the switch to blended.Read More
Stephanie Morgan How blended learning can drive learner engagement
Lack of engagement can present itself in several ways, but a common symptom is lack of motivation - and the best way to challenge this is by meeting learners at their moment of need, and making it as easy as possible for them to engage. That’s where blended learning comes in.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Learning to learn again with blended learning
It might sound strange, but L&D may need to teach learners how to learn before it can build the perfect 'pull' learning culture.Read More