3 old habits that L&D need to leave behind in 2019

In order to successfully move forward with L&D strategies, show the value they deliver to business leaders and build credibility with learners - we need to leave some things behind. After all, we cannot be holding on to outdated, ineffective behaviours and expecting new, more impactful results. But what exactly is it that we need...

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3 secrets for ensuring behaviour change in 2019

The point of learning in the workplace is to ultimately establish and develop skills within learners that help organisations to adapt and thrive. That said, with only 15% of L&D professionals reporting to have noticed positive changes in staff behaviour, it is clear that the extent to which learning is having an impact on subsequent...

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3 fresh ideas to reinvigorate busy learners in 2019

Every day, your employees face numerous clients, managers, reports and projects competing for their attention. With 55% of workers saying they lack time to learn, it is clear heading into 2019 that we need to apply some  forward-thinking to recapture the attention of the learners and revive their passion for learning. 1 Most of our...

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Improving learning with technology

Does anyone remember how hard it was to answer a question before the internet? It was a bit like an old episode of ‘Who Wants to be a Millionaire?’ – you could ask the audience (i.e. the people who happen to be in the room with you) or phone a friend. Now, of course, we...

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A new age for L&D: collaborating for individualised learning

We are often asked why learning and development remains so important in the age of automation. Given that technology will soon replace many jobs, and workers (especially Millennials) regularly change employers if not careers, do we need L&D at all? In fact, it’s more important than ever. The UK L&D Report 2018 shows that 94...

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