When was the last time you reflected on your career? The importance of self-reflection came into sharp focus for Stephanie Morgan when Training Journal asked her to feature in the February edition of their magazine.Read More
Recent Posts & Articles
Natalie Lewendon What are learners expecting from L&D?
How can L&D harness learners’ expectations of what we do, and use this to deliver successful learning? Consider what learners expect to get from L&D to come up with solutions that put learners in the driving seat.Read More
Stephanie Evans Meetings and the psychological contract
Meetings - do they fill you with dread? Almost everyone will encounter meetings in the workplace, but are they useful? In the first of a series of blogs, Stephanie Evans takes a look.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Are you crushing your child’s leadership potential?
How ‘helicopter parenting’ is affecting the business community and our future leaders, now that millennials are entering the workplace.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Are your strengths holding you back?
Quite often you will find that any strength put under pressure will have a dark side, one which does not serve you well. What’s important is to know when you are about to step over to the dark side and how can you save yourself!Read More
Stephanie Morgan The number one secret to career success
It is almost the end of 2015 and I am wondering how you are feeling? Satisfied, energised, engaged and looking forward to 2016 or slightly disappointed, tired and despondent that you are no further forward now than you were at the start of 2015?Read More
Annette Quinn What is Time Management?
When I run management courses, the need to manage time comes up as a required development area for most managers. Whether they are first line or at senior level, this is the one area they always feel they could do better in.Read More
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 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
Stephanie Morgan Personal Development - what’s stopping you?
On the one hand you want to try something new, learn and develop, but on the other hand you can't be bothered. It's too expensive, too hard, will take too long - the list of reasons is endless.Read More