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Sorting the Weeds From the Wisdom in L&D

For all our modern, technological sophistication, there are still persistent pockets of “ancient wisdom” being handed down verbally from…


May 26, 2017


Uncertainty, Possibility and the Value of Not Knowing

“True knowledge exists in knowing that you know nothing” – Socrates For as long as society has prized the possession…


May 19, 2017

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How to Become a Soul-Centered Leader

Much of Western society’s understanding of the soul (what may, otherwise, be called the psyche) is rooted in the…


May 12, 2017


10 Reasons Why Motivation Matters to Performance

The difference between inaction and action is motivation. Without motivation, nothing would ever get done – and that links…


May 5, 2017


15 Ways to Make Learning Memorable

We’re increasingly told that the nature of learning is changing. In the pre-digital age, people were valued for what they…


April 28, 2017

Expectations of the consumer learner

Great Expectations: Meet the Consumer Learner

As consumers, technology has played a huge role in changing the way that we interact with brands. If you…


April 26, 2017


How to Communicate L&D Across Different Cultures

Throughout history, despite developing separately, cultures have needed to interact. This might be for economical (trade), educational (because travel…


April 21, 2017


L&D for the Mature Worker: What’s Age Got to do With It?

Not so long ago, people in the western world knew the unbreakable rule of working life. After leaving school,…


April 14, 2017


Keeping Those Great Expectations in Check

At the 2016 Rio Olympics, Team GB won two medals on the same day – a silver in the…


April 7, 2017