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
The workplace is evolving fast and L&D practitioners are often finding it hard to keep up.
A leading supplier of corporate training has gone into voluntary administration, potentially leaving some employers in the lurch.
A perfect storm of events are putting intense pressure on the Not-For-Profit sector and their L&D initiatives, says Sean Barrett, Head of the Origin Foundation.
Pretty much all the L&D initiatives at this organisation have a video player recording them. Here’s why.
The investment of a couple of hours in L&D may well pay ten-fold in returns, says one L&D practitioner.
It’s often a tough task keeping the attention of your learners. Here are five tips to make your L&D relevant and engaging.
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