CPD (Continuous Professional Development) the dreaded, essential and inconvenient truth of working in a profession. There is a very important element that is overlooked in the sentiment above – ownership.
Learning and Development
Becoming a more effective learner
One of the most important factors when becoming a more effective learner is identifying the learning style that suits you best.
Recognising and rewarding your staff
A business that has unmotivated staff will soon see the negative impact this has on their performance.
Learning outside of the office
Learning is innate - we learn all of the time and our development does not have to be just professional, it can also be personal.
Appraisals - what's the point?
For many firms, the appraisal system (or performance review) is often just another form filling exercise. The most frequent complaint (from employees) is that although they ‘go through the motions’ annually, nothing ever comes of their appraisal.
My Development Zone in Corfu: Reflections
As the British public are rediscovering 1930’s Corfu through the recently aired and beautifully captured series, The Durrells, I took to the sky to be there in the present day attending the 3rd Annual Corfu Symposium 2016 – Managing and Marketing Places.
CPD – “It’s not just professional… it’s personal!”
CPD for some is a necessary evil, a tick box exercise or an inconvenience. Some feel they don’t need it, are too experienced or view it as a fluffy HR initiative. To be continuously professionally developing is quite a clinical endeavour.
RWA Speaking At The 3rd annual Corfu Symposium on Managing and Marketing Places
Blaenavon based online training and business solutions consultancy RWA, are taking their My Development Zone proposition to the Greek islands later this month having been invited to speak at the 3rd annual Corfu Symposium on Managing and Marketing Places.