A new report has revealed that a beleaguered TAFE saw a massive decline in student hours and enrolments despite millions in government funding
Having good friends in the workplace can lead to better performance among employees, according to research
The majority of young Australians want to improve their skills, yet many have no access to training or development.
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.
L&D Professional looks at how regular feedback can assist both managers and employees to meet their goals
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 study has found that training older workers for employment can deliver a significant boost not only to organisations, but to national GDP