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Flexible Working or Employee Exit?

For both organisations, and their employees, working from home (WFH) has caused a shift in the idea of how things should work. Individuals who WFH are now more focused on their personal health and wellbeing. It's now up to employers to decide what'd they're prepared to do to hold onto the talent they've invested in.

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Choosing a LMS

There is a large number of Learning Management Systems (LMSs) on the market, and choosing the right one for your organisation is not easy. Here's a few point to consider before you begin looking ...

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Care, Courtesy and Consideration

COVID restrictions in England are to be lifted on July 19th. What can employers do to keep their employees, and anyone who visits their premises, safe?

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Leadership Ethics

Business ethics has been a subject of discussion for some years, but seems disconnected from leadership morals. Is it possible for an organisation to be ethical if its leadership is not bound by the rules and standards it imposes on employees?

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No New Normal

There has been a focus on working from home (WFH) and the adoption of hybrid (part-time in the office) working, but this has ignored those for whom these options don't apply. Isn't it time to look at how their working lives have changed and revisit their training needs?

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Why is e-Learning so Complicated

As classroom-style training isn't an option, and hasn't been for over a year, it makes sense to move to e-learning training. Only, when you look into it, it seems you need something called a LMS - but what is an LMS?

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The ROI of a Learning Management System

When organisations start looking at Learning Management Systems (LMS) they sometimes see it as a cost. However, the right LMS can actually reduce training costs. Here's how ...

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Hybrid Working

According to a recent BBC survey of the 50 biggest UK employers, it seems that going forward hybrid working will be the norm for many. But what are the implications of this change?

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Expectations

Expectations are about what we want to happen. How does your organisation handle incidences where it fails to meet your clients' expectations?

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The Ability to Adapt

Stephen Hawking said that intelligence is the ability to adapt to change, but is this why we changed our behaviours over the last year, or was it down to Darwin’s idea of adapting to survive?

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Where Next?

While foreign travel is banned, the plan for opening up the UK economy is still in place. Business leaders will be looking to see how their markets have changed, and how their organisations need to adapt. So, where next for business?

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Decisions, Decisions

How can leaders and managers make good decisions? It's important to move away from 'gut instinct' and take a more pragmatic approach.

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Airing Dirty Laundry

There are lots of good reasons to be cheerful, but the current domination of the fairy-tale gone wrong in our news media is dividing public opinion, and is a great example of how not to do conflict management. 


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Minds Lost In Lockdown

The UK Government said it would be led by data not dates with regards to it's roadmap out of Lockdown. However, at the first hint of lockdown end, holiday bookings boom. Have we lost our minds in Lockdown?

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Business Travel - A Thing of the Past?

As the UK vaccine rollout continues apace and the COVID infection rate drops, we are all becoming hopeful of an end to the national lockdown. However, COVID isn't just going to disappear, so we have to consider whether it has made business travel a thing of the past.

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Compulsory COVID-19 Vaccination?

It seems that some employers are considering the idea that only employees who've had the COVID vaccination will be permitted to return to work. While the logic of this is clear, implementing it may be another matter.

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Resilience

Resilience is defined as the ability to be happy or successful after something bad has happened. As we struggle through this pandemic, here's where we are seeing resilience ...

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