The solution to workplace training challenges might seem simple – an employee is struggling, so they need more training. Easy, right? Jackie has been shown so many times and still doesn’t get it! She needs some training. Anahera is just not motivated anymore! She...[Read More]
It has been fascinating reading so many people’s top 10 tools for learning tweets and blogs lately. In such strange times when it is easy to feel isolated, these posts are a reminder that there’s a worldwide community with similar learning needs and ways of working to...[Read More]
AI-powered learning content creation is all the buzz these days but getting the best value and optimum results can be time-consuming and expensive. That is where Docebo Shape comes into the picture by letting you create AI-based learning and performance support...[Read More]
Being part of a great team at work feels fantastic. Everyone is ‘in the zone’, there is strong camaraderie, and everyone supports and encourages each other. If, however, there is plenty of room for improvement in how your own team functions, then you may be surprised...[Read More]
Organisations spend huge amounts on leadership training programmes even though most have no way of knowing whether or not they actually deliver any value. It’s a serious issue because many studies show that such training does not always deliver long-term results, for...[Read More]
With the nation-wide move to have employees work from home to limit social distancing in response to the Coronavirus pandemic, many managers are faced with virtually managing their employees for the first time. It is very important that leaders understand that such a...[Read More]
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed all of our lives in so many unexpected ways, many of which have been profoundly challenging. It’s difficult to know what the ‘new normal’ could be, let alone when we know when we’ve got there. That’s why I enjoyed this blog post from...[Read More]
A recent conversation with our candidate manager Nic Peacocke gave me a lot to think about after she explained how she found it necessary to take each of her children’s needs into consideration when providing homeschooling during the lockdown. All their routines had...[Read More]
2020 started with some surprises. The first was the lack of a summer lull: we found ourselves taking calls from an unusually large number of people at the start of the year, all of whom wanted our help finding new roles in L&D. The second surprise was the...[Read More]
As a learning and development pro, you’ll know how important it is to keep learning. And as a human, you may well want to give something back to the community. Voluntary learning design work is the obvious way to do both of those – but it’s tricky to find such a niche...[Read More]
Using the Sales Funnel for L&D
What do Marketing, Learning &Dating have in common? 🤔 Way more than you might think! 🥰 Learn more in the latest episode of the Marketing For Learning podcast 🎧 as we explore the RACE framework in a marketing context.
Kia ora Twitter Aotearoa. Seeking your help here: my colleagues and I @UCNZ are seeking suggestions of New Zealand poems that engage with the idea, in the broadest sense, of 'wellbeing'. We'd love to have you share your favourites ...