In the UK, it's the end of the first week of school closures. Suddenly everything is uncertain. Leaders, managers, employees, parents, teachers, children...everyone is facing up to a new normal and with that comes a deluge of questions as we all struggle to figure out how to continue learning - at whatever stage of our lives we are - when the offices, training departments and schools are closed. So Training Managers, L&D departments and trainers themselves are facing the question: how can we best support continuous development for the foreseeable future?
Posted in: Emotional Intelligence, Great teams, Leadership, Learning Culture, Online Learning, Remote Working,
Do you ever find yourself in the midst of something only to slow down and realise that you're not actually doing the thing you started? As we prepare for our ever-popular Productivity work-session & free challenge next week, we ask whether a time management course is still relevant.
Tags: 30-day blogging challenge, attention deficit, decision-making, energy, productivity, time management,
Self-directed learning has been around for a long time, but in light of the current Covid-19 pandemic, it’s fast becoming the 'go-to' option to keep employees engaged and motivated whilst working remotely. Here are 3 tips to bear in mind for successful self-directed learning...
Posted in: Bite-Size Learning, Continuous development, Learning Culture, Motivation, Online Learning, Productivity, Remote Working, Technology,
Bite-size learning – or microlearning – simply reinforces what the scientific community has long known about the brain’s inner workings. It helps learners to focus - despite their diminishing attention spans -by providing information in a manner aligned with their brain’s wiring. So what does that mean for those in L&D? And what can managers and leaders wanting to develop their people do differently?