I’m a strong advocate for providing new managers with all the help they can get. All too often new managers are left to figure things out for themselves. This can lead to them and their team struggling to perform efficiently. And it’s not just new managers that might need some management development…Read More
Recent Posts & Articles
Lizzie Brzozowska Leadership is a service not a right
Lizzie Brzozowska discusses the impact millennials and our consumer society are having on the modern workplace in relation to leadership theories and the evolution of 'servant leadership'.Read More
Rachel Matthews Why do we still need time management?
We’ve been helping our people develop their time management skills for years, decades even. So why is it that, as we approach 2018, there is still such a high demand for it?Read More
Natalie Lewendon Don't forget - your managers are learners too!
What would it be like if your managers suddenly became learning and development heroes? Remind them why they fell in love with learning in the first place!Read More
Teresa Lovell Infographic: 9 top tips for launching a new programme
Ensure you are getting the best possible results when rolling out a new programme. Our infographic provides 9 things to consider when introducing a management programme to your people.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Managers need our help more than we think
As L&D professionals, it’s our role to get managers the investment they deserve. Underinvesting in management soft skills can have a big impact on the business.Read More
Stephanie Morgan How can L&D help managers get the best from their people?
One key area of focus for us all in L&D has to be helping our managers to get a lot better at having good performance conversations, giving feedback and helping their people identify learning objectives—and then sharing that with us. By using our skills and expertise to help managers get the best from their teams, we can get the best from them in turn.Read More
Natalie Lewendon Why L&D and business need to be more than just good friends
Why is it so important to be involved across all levels of your organisation? A closer union between L&D and business brings unique benefits and advantages to the in-house L&D team. Here’s how.Read More
Rachel Matthews The struggles of managing digital natives
Knowing that digital communications have revolutionised the way individuals are communicating, how they are interacting and who they are speaking to is insightful. But how does this affect managers?Read More
Rachel Matthews Why the management balancing act is L&D's problem
It happens to every manager at some point - that moment where you realise you are no longer the person waiting on others for information – you have become the person everybody is waiting on instead.Read More