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
So you notice someone looks sleep deprived in the workplace (or maybe even you are feeling like you've not had enough shut eye). How does this impact us and our outputs?
It's pretty safe to say that we'd all guess that attention span would be the fir
“Fortune favours the bold.” Or, perhaps Queen Elizabeth I’s legendary rendering of the sentiment as “Faint heart never won fair maiden”, may be more appropriate here. But, whichever statement you prefer, it’s true. After finally unveiling 'Love at Wo
This evening the Learning Awards presented by Claudia Winkleman will be streamed live here on the DPG Community courtesy of www.learningnow.tv the free monthly online L&D tv channel. The annual event hosted by the Learning and Performance Institute c
Over two thirds (70%) of L&D teams are failing to improve business productivity.
So says the latest research launched today by benchmarking organisation, Towards Maturity. The 2015-16 research, ‘Embracing Change. Improving Performance of Business, In
One of the most influential figures in British sport, performance psychologist, business coach and author Jamil Qureshi was the keynote speaker at LEARNING LIVE 2015 last week. The keynote was streamed live as it happened on the DPG Community courtes
Came across this whitepaper from Quantum Workplace - this research and trends are now in their 5th year and whilst the data is from the US it is still worth sharing some of the findings within this Community.
- Top-performing organisations know that
A crisis of confidence in L&D - 85% of line managers identify employee development as critical to achieving business outcomes, but fewer than one in four rate the L&D function as critical to achieving business results.
Key shifts in the world of wor
A video I came across recently was this one from David Brailsford, manager of Team Sky, the Cycling Team. It's not necessarily the case that I'm a huge cycling fan (put me on a bike and I'll prove it). It's more I'm fascinated behind the work that ha
This post was recently featured in Training Zone as part of a 3 part series focusing on evaluation.
A long long time ago
When the Kirkpatrick Model was established back in 1954, it was instantly accepted as the industry standard approach to training
Earlier this year I was lucky enough to go to America for three weeks. A fantastic holiday of a life-time where I visited my sister Lucy in Minnesota for a week before heading down to the sunshine state of Florida for some Disney mayhem.
There was a
I have a challenge on and where better to turn to than the DPG Community! Hello smart helpful people! Can I say how lovely you're looking today? Ok, creeping over, here's what I need a hand with....
I want to start building a career pathway for our
My last blog focussed on how you can influence the situation you work in. I want to look this tie at how companies crush people’s good intentions . How things that companies rightly need to focus on in order to survive can ultimately restrict inspir
How often do you think about you being inspirational? Probably not very often I guess?
When you do think about it, does it always seem like it has to be a big 'thing', something that makes a massive statement of intent to make people sit up and take n
So there I was, driving to Wigan in the Northwest of England at 7am on a cold and damp Saturday morning, full of excitement and anticipation and if I'm honest a little bit anxious. My destination was Three Sisters Race Circuit and I was heading for a
Does recruitment sometimes feel like an episode of the X Factor? Job applicants get a moment to shine with their CV, having to create enough of an impression in that moment that they are then invited to perform in front of a panel of judges. The vast
There has been a lot of discussion in the HR press over recent weeks about whether HR is recruiting the right people and indeed whether current recruits to the profession are up to the job. The recent “Raising the bar in HR recruitment” report was co
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