A new virtual training program is helping first responders prepare for active shooter situations
L&D Professional speaks to a recruitment expert who outlines the skills that employers should be providing as the Fourth Industrial Revolution beckons
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?
Knowledge workers not only help guide self-developing organisations, they also benefit from them, says Tym Lawrence.
The Federal Government has announced a $10 million vocational education advertising campaign to reform the scandal-hit sector.
The most obvious element missing in many meetings is leadership, according to Alan Manly.
If your company’s training programs still centre on policy and compliance, you might be unwittingly pushing your best employees to look for work elsewhere
A new report has revealed that a beleaguered TAFE saw a massive decline in student hours and enrolments despite millions in government funding
Research shows that integrating learning and work can have significant benefits