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
Leaders use punishments as deterrents which often do not have the desired effect, argues one social and organisational psychologist.
There are both tangible and intangible things in the workplace that can shape cognitive function, according to a new study.
A group of Dutch researchers think they’ve come up with a way to help retain newly learned information.
Being an authentic leader starts with being honest with yourself. Here are five points for leaders to leverage feedback to be more authentic.
New neuroscientific research has revealed that rewarding learning today can improve learning tomorrow.
Effective teams boost L&D through their diverse skills, perspectives and experiences. Here are seven steps to manage team dynamics.
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