In a new report by the British Psychological Society, Psychology at work: improving wellbeing and productivity in the workplace, employers and the government are encouraged to consider neurodiversity in the workforce.
One of the authors talks about
This months spotlight focuses on:
- Coaching and Mentoring
- Training before a start date
- Measuring Learning hours
- The best ways to motivate and engage employees
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Much as I would like to take credit for (what I think is) a catchy headline, it is actually inspired by an October 2016 Harvard Business Review article: “Why Leadership Training Fails – and What to Do About It.” The article justifies the phrase by sa
Customer service leads to customer interest which then leads to customer orders. While best business practices covers a large number of subject areas, the most important objective of any business is to stay in business. You could be the most effici
Anyone who knows me, or has been on one of my workshops, knows I am a self-confessed anorak when it comes to setting objectives. To let you know how much of an anorak I am, I have put together a very short video on objective setting - in it I use som
Getting Started in Voice Recording (Peter Dickson Interview)
Podcasts, recorded interviews, live online learning and mobile learning are amongst the reasons that some Learning and Development professionals, teachers, tutors, facilitators and business
As a bit of fun, have you considered a small budget for voiceover training? I had purposely considered this to help me with my online learning delivery skills, but actually, it's been of massive benefit in my face to face delivery too.
A friend of mine is married to a woman from India and the stories that he’s shared regarding the school system in India is something else really. Several of her relatives and friends tell the same story – if you are a good pupil you sit still, quietl
Hi everyone, this is a blog post that went up on the DPG blog yesterday - thought I would share it here. Would love to hear your thoughts! Jason
Even if many companies are unaware of it, workforce development can be nurtured even with reduced budget
I consider myself, above all things, a learner. A recent graduate, I’ve spent the majority of my adult life in an educational environment, to the point where I feel, rightly or wrongly, somewhat of an expert in learning as a process on the participa
So often training departments are either deemed as ineffective or their effectiveness is completely unknown because of lack of measurement. Training isn’t as simple to measure as other functions such as sales where leads and bottom line sales can eas
We’ve noticed an increase in demand from our clients to organise In-house or Onsite training in a wide range of topics including Management Programmes, Sales Training, Health & Safety and more so we thought we’d highlight some of the advantages and b
Last night was the second community chat on the subject of Learning Needs Analysis (LNA).
For those of us working on our L&D courses this element of what we do is so crucial in order to provide considered, tailored and robust training events, none of
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