Michelle Ockers outlines the future of learning while confronting the limitations of learning professionals. “The profession is divided. Some are highly capable and progressive. Many are unable to manage their own learning, let alone enable others to learn and perform better.” In recent years the conversation between learning professionals has shifted. There used to be a sense of entitlement about…
Cross-European research into the impact of BREXIT on organisations from a HR perspective opened earlier this week. Fosway Group,...
Petra Peeters, Marlo Kengen and Ger Driesen explore the power of personalisation in learning Personalisation of learning is one...
Globally-recognised accreditation body now endorses classroom, e-learning /online courses and other learning programmes as a means to identify high-quality...
Elinor Schmitz-Jansen is studying for an MSc in Management at Imperial College. She is currently working at Happy, researching...
There is a wealth of evidence to suggest that coaching helps to optimise learning. From research-based evidence to anecdotal...
There’s a curious division of opinion that has emerged about how innovation can be fostered in organisations. The debate...
National Apprenticeship Week runs from 6 to 10 March and brings together employers and apprentices from across England to celebrate...
CEO of The Learning & Performance Institute Edmund Monk writes – This week I was fortunate enough to attend...
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