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The Dangers of Applying Big Data to Learning

Our uniqueness is our distinct advantage, not our limitation. We need to learn to appreciate it in ourselves and respect and encourage it in others. There is so much talk about big data that it’s easy to forget that big is only the sum of small. In business we refer to ‘big’ via aggregates, averages, and […]

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Financial Literacy – Counting the Cost

The Bank of England’s Chief Economist, Andy Haldane believes financial literacy should be built into the core curriculum early in secondary schools. Doing so will lead to more people being better prepared for the challenges of adult life and more confident when handling financial matters. However, Geoff Barton, General Secretary of the Association of School […]

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Technical vs. Personal Skills

Developing personal skills to foster leadership positions in engineering. In a profession like engineering – built on definitive right and wrong answers – it can be difficult to be told that you need to challenge the status quo, particularly when it comes to personal skills development. The technical skills and know-how that enable entry and […]

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SME’s – max out on your investment in L&D

Learning & Development (L&D) falls into the discretionary spend category of a business. However, since L&D is a business critical investment in people, it should be a top priority in all SME’s For a business to be at its best, the people in the business need to be as good as they can be. Here […]

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Sponsoring Leaders – the absent partners in L&D until now!

An engineering company discovered the significance of the engagement of sponsoring leaders when it trialled a blended learning package with its managers. “For the learning to be properly embedded, the line manager needs to do so much more than just allow the time and space for the learning to take place,” reflected Kelly Langley, learning […]

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The Learner Experience must never be compromised

This article appeared in Training Journal on 20th March 2017. The Need for Development Humans have a psychological need to develop and grow; it’s fundamental to our well-being and self-esteem. It’s important in both our personal and professional lives. We are born unique and with the capacity to do far more than we believe. If […]

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Skype Coaching Pushes the Boundaries

This article appeared as a For vs. Against piece in HR Zone on 17th March 2017.  The counter position to Skype Coaching can be found on the HR Zone website here. Coaching is recognised as one of the most powerful developmental interventions in helping people to make sense of new learning. Its focus is not […]

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Behavioural change doesn’t emerge from classroom training!

Development of people is not simply the acquisition of skills; it’s about behavioural change and having the confidence in one’s ability to know what to do and when to do it in live moments. Online learning and workshops can’t do that. Add in coaching and you’re getting there. Without it, you’re just dipping sheep: some […]

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