The quest to unlock superheroes is never easy, so why not get some some help from 12 awesome allies! Say hello to the best L&D books!
The link between corporate culture and performance is well documented, but here we look at exactly how culture makes staff more productive!
Now, more than ever, employers need to make work fun. Did you know that the average work week is around 40 hours long? This means that you spend around 4000 hours at work over two years – roughly the same amount of time it would take for you to travel to mars. Considering your team…
What is a learning culture and why do you need to promote one? Today, Juliette Denny explains why learning needs to be ‘the way we do things here’.
Fun at work isn’t about foosball tables and Funny-tie Friday – a fun working environment is one that lets everyone participate in the company’s direction.
If the experts know all they need, how can you encourage them to access your learning platform and share their knowledge? Read on for 7 top tips!
Knowledge Management is inextricably linked to L&D and a culture that encourages knowledge sharing can help training managers capture the informal learning that happens on a daily basis.
According to Mike Ettling of SAP (Forbes, June 2015), there are more people exiting the workforce than entering it. This is not only problematic for the sheer number of people leaving work, but there’s another issue at hand: incredibly knowledgeable workers are retiring without passing on their knowledge and skills to the next working generation….
We’re sure you already know this, but it bears repeating: it’s important that your employees get along. During the working week we spend more time with our colleagues than we do with our loved ones, so achieving a harmonious workplace is essential to our wellbeing. And nothing creates a negative work atmosphere like co-worker conflict;…
What is it about some companies? They just seem to exude awesomeness, screaming to people, “I’m a great place to work!” Is it the free coffee? Is it the pay and perks? Maybe the lax attitude to start times? Whatever it is, some organisations just seem to have it. We think – brace yourselves –…