I’ve had a good look through the dozens of HR and L&D newsletter emails I get each week and picked out a few bits so that you don’t have to. Coronavirus, remote working and D&I are big news and dominate the list. I’ve picked what I think is useful in
I was wondering if anyone here could help me with the following question: for an employee who knows he's not going to retire in the UK (and might move to a country outside Europe with no bilateral agreement) is it worthy for him to stay
Here’s a new thing I’m going to try. If I get good feedback from you, I’ll keep it going – let me know 😊
How many newsletters have hit your inbox today? Did you read them all? Do you have time to sift through them all? But what if you miss out on a k
It’s been a big week for me. I started my new role as Professional Development Community Manager – right here in this Community.
I’m happy to be open: I’ve done very little in the Professional Development Community (PDC) this week. Instead,
Long read warning!
In my free time this week, I’ve been helping my Aunt get her CV in order. She’s an IT & Systems Administrator so sharing her CV her is not relevant here. What I would like to share is what I worked on after the CV: I worked on a li
Calling L&D professionals who work in organisations with Sales Teams. We are seeking L&D pros who are willing to share their experience in working with Sales teams, either in their current company or past experience. We are researching this relations
As Spandau Ballet once sang “Communication let me down” and often in organisations this key aspect of engagement is often the case.
In the past few weeks I have focused on working in the communication/engagement rather than learning space which has be
Working from home; business as unusual
If you are unfortunate enough to have to deal with COVID-19 first-hand then my thoughts are with you. For the rest of us, social distancing is paramount – which has resulted in many people working from home for
As have many this week I have been working home for the majority of the week and in this strange and slightly terrifying world we now find ourselves in this looks like it will be the norm for the foreseeable future. I have always thought of myself as
A couple of events recently have got me thinking on Excellence – what is it and how do we recognise it
As a starting point John W Gardners states that “Excellence is doing ordinary things extraordinarily well”
This was really brought home to me during
Employee engagement is a huge challenge for organisations, as it has been for several years now. It is such a big challenge that seven in 10 (71%) of participants in a survey called Benefits Research 2019 (https://www.employeebenefits.co.uk/benefits-
So what are you doing with the extra day that you’ve been gifted this month? All of us have an extra day this February – Saturday 29th– because of course, 2020, is a leap year.
You could let those additional 24 hours pass without giving them much t
What is Digital Learning Day?
Digital Learning Day is all about celebrating the use of digital technology within Learning and Development (L&D) and education.
Technology never stands still; it pushes boundaries and influences the world with each new
Inititally, the internet was invented for military purposes but became publically available in 1991. Now it has become an integral part of 21st Century life. The internet has made everyday activities such as shopping, banking, paying
The Learning & Performance Institute (LPI) has joined forces with Developing People Globally (DPG) to help organisations realise the full potential of their people skills and digital competencies.
The partnership agreement enables DPG to market and d
Everybody in learning is talking about the need to build a learning culture. A fair few business leaders and CEOs are talking about it too, which is great, because building a learning culture is not purely an L&D thing. A learning culture has to invo
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