Learning and Development

This article outlines the importance of CPD, and how to approach it to enrich the learning and development of staff and allow individuals to contribute to the success of a firm.

In this article, we explore the latest e-learning trends for 2024 and beyond.

Embarking on the journey of online learning in the insurance sector brings forth its own set of challenges, with motivation often being the main hurdle to overcome. 

Whilst there has been increased awareness and discussion surrounding mental health in recent years, and conversations once considered taboo are held more openly than ever, there is still work to be done to ensure that everyone feels that they can freely speak about mental health and can reap the benefits of sharing.

When it comes to professional development, a nuanced approach that mirrors traditional teaching can be beneficial. James Best explores how this can be implemented through online learning.

The challenges of online learning can be detrimental to a learner’s capability to learn, so what can we do to ensure learning takes place? This article examines how micro-learning can benefit learners.

What is evidence-based learning and how can it be implemented in your firm? Chloe Morris explains the benefits of evidence-based learning in continued professional development (CPD).

Imposter Syndrome is something many of us will experience at some point during our working lives. It is a very common phenomenon, which can be caused by self-doubt and insecurity. Jessica Capper explores how to deal with Imposter Syndrome.

Emotions are inevitably a part of everyday experiences in the workplace, however, sometimes they can negatively affect others around you. In this article, we look at how being able to understand and regulate your emotions, as well as the emotions of others, is an important skill for the world of work.

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