Wakas Javad, training manager at Webspeed UK, shares some tips to help you train your learners for the best possible productivity
A recent survey shows why many L&D professionals see value in using webinars as a training application
Narcissistic leaders seem to get good assessments from their subordinates, indicates a new study. But there's a catch.
Developing healthy and happy employees will help them think with strategy and initiative, argues Nikki Fogden-Moore.
A 25-year-old female trainee has won her case against the state of Bavaria after being banned from wearing a headscarf at work.
In part two of our interview with Singapore Airlines, we discuss the challenges of influencing employees towards learning and training a large audience.
Walking meetings are important to facilitating healthier, more creative and better performing employees, according to research.
If you want to improve diversity, forcing managers to attend training is not the answer, indicates a new study.
The Australian Federal Government will soon announce a $300m training fund to bolster the skills of young Australians
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