Recently I read a really interesting quote someone posted on LinkedIn as part of the 10 day mentoring challenge and it really changed my perspective.
"Nobody is the bad guy. Everyone is the hero of their own story. Assume that everyone is trying to do
Myself and the marketing team had a great time at the 2018 CIPD Annual Conference and Exhibition in Manchester.
The atmosphere was buzzing, and it was good for us to see the differing marketing approaches used at each stall. I was impressed by tw
What does learning look like? If I were to ask you what learning looks like in your organisation, what would you say?
Would you show me a facilitated workshop with engaged participants? Someone engrossed in the latest E-learning package? Perhaps a lu
I've just come across this article on Forbes on the purpose of regular performance reviews. http://bit.ly/2DBpmgj
The article argues that it's a "huge waste of time and energy" as conversations between manager and employee should be happe
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It all began with an introduction into Max Boisot’s theories about the learning. Like most people, I was already aware of the distinction between data and information and so the differentiation between information and knowledge was only a small step.
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