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Our five favourite exhibits from the museum of failure

Each and every day we find ourselves engaging with other people’s great ideas. We marvel at the simplicity of an idea and how well it works. We...

The age old question…Who’s your favourite educational psychologist?

How many times have you sat with friends at a barbecue, relaxing in the sun with a cold drink, enjoying each other’s company when the inevitable...

Leadership - whose job? What job? When?

Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other

The future worker

We find ourselves in the second half of the second decade of the second millennium in recorded history. That's a lot of seconds. And how time...

Tipping the iceberg of behaviour change

In an increasingly competitive corporate world, businesses and organisations recognise the need to create and build a common behavioural standard...

Employee retention – modern solutions to slow the revolving door…..

The revolving door spins ever quicker, round and round, relentless and unforgiving. People come, and people go. It's often a challenge for...

On the job learning – breaking out of the great confinement

We live in a different world to the world we lived in last week. Different to the one we'll occupy next week. The business world evolves at such a...

The learning journey – we're on the road to somewhere….

All businesses, we know, have a need for training. All should recognise the need for investing in their people. From SMEs and start ups to global...

Maintaining employee engagement: New solutions for an old problem

Its the age old question, the age old issue. The question of employee engagement, the why, and the how.