Learning and Development

Soft skills are becoming a valuable quality when recruiting new talent to the workplace. This article examines how developing soft skills can be beneficial for firms and employees.  

Are you a visual learner, or do you prefer to learn by doing? This article examines how e-learning can be designed to suit different learning styles.

In this article, we discuss the importance of developing an induction program and provide guidance on how to do it effectively.

Constructive feedback is one of the best tools managers and team leaders can provide to their staff. When given effectively, feedback can drive individual and business success.

With the school summer holidays drawing to a close and a bank holiday on the horizon, we remind firms to remain vigilant for cyber risks that could impact business operations.

While behavioural biases may be good for marketing and selling products and services, they can easily be exploited. Firms are expected to recognise the potential harms that behavioural biases can present for consumers and put their needs first.

In an ever-changing industry, skills that are important now may become outdated in the near future. Continuous learning equips employees with up to date skills and knowledge, competency in a job role and enables career development.

When researching e-learning trends online, you are likely to come across the same repetition of ideas and strategies. This article explores how carefully curating your content can enhance your learner journey.

What steps can businesses take to promote a healthy work-life balance among their employees?

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