L&D Professional speaks to Verizon’s Chris Tappin, who outlines ways learners can mitigate cybersecurity risks
Ensuring staff can weather continuous change is now a key responsibility for many HR professionals
Singapore will spend up to $2.25 billion to double the capacity of its military training facilities in northern Australia under a new bilateral deal which impacts a range of employees.
It appears even adult authors are not immune from being overrun by artificial intelligence.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has proposed some radical changes to crackdown on dodgy training providers and reign in spending.
L&D expert Chien Ping Tham of Willis Towers Watson discusses neuroscience, microloearning and the challenges of L&D in Singapore.
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Why are so many leaders under-nourished, exhausted and overweight, yet expect staff to be healthy and productive?
An effective manager can make all the difference between a successful team and one that falls short
A recent incident shows that how you communicate with your learners can mean the difference between smooth mediation and a lawsuit
It’s no secret that high-performing learners are in demand, but new research shows that they’re being approached with new job opportunities at an alarming rate