A recent incident shows that how you communicate with your learners can mean the difference between smooth mediation and a lawsuit
A lack of investment in skilling learners has caused the UK to fall behind its European competitors, a new report shows
An environment that supports innovation is best supported by encouraging both individual autonomy and group collaboration.
Instructors who are considered good-looking are ‘associated with more learning’, claims new research.
Chan Yit Foon talks to L&D Professional about post-training surveys, lessons learnt and the most exciting aspects of L&D.
Being able to deal effectively with contradictions in the organisational context can foster learning and creativity.
A training program has come under fire for being racist, counterproductive and politically motivated.
One company has encountered heavy criticism after its attempt to improve employee performance.
L&D Professional looks at the qualifications and experience needed to acquire and fulfil this crucial role in the modern workplace
New research offers some insights into how organisations can use culture to tailor training to best meet learners’ needs
A new study has found that Australian learners do not feel empowered to embrace the demands of the digital workplace