• Posts Tagged ‘L&D strategy’

    Spicing up Learning

    by  • March 27, 2015 • OD and L&D • 0 Comments

    My L&D kin are in crisis. We are being asked to spice up learning, make it more interesting, more impactful, more fun, more engaging. Here are three quick tips.

    Thing is, though, learning is engaging, and the vast majority of us do a really good job of creating learning that is interactive, fun, useful. So what’s wrong? Honey, I’ve shrunk the learning I’m increasingly noticing how learning in organsiations, a lot like the theory that guides it, has been shrinking. It’s becoming thinner,...

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    5 Topics for L&D People to Learn

    by  • October 4, 2013 • OD and L&D • 0 Comments

    If you are contemplating about your CPD for the coming year – contemplate no further. Here are 5 topics we think L&D professionals should sink their teeth into to get ahead.

    A few weeks ago, Inc published a cute little blog about 5 things that are worth studying. What I liked about it most is its light-heartedness: five topics, all worthy of sinking your teeth into. The problem is, they are each huge in their own right, and more importantly, they mean different things to...

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    Are you ready for growth?

    by  • October 2, 2012 • OD and L&D • 0 Comments

    Ready to grow? L&D strategy will help you make the most of your potential

    So, you have analysed your external markets, completed your SWOT, PEST and competitor analysis and have spent dedicated time with your leadership team in defining a robust strategy going forwards. A question for you – Whilst you were focusing on defining your strategy, did you also spend time considering if you have the right...

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    L&D, OD, Learning Technologies and Outplacement belong together.

    by  • September 17, 2012 • OD and L&D • 0 Comments

    Missing piece? Maybe not. L&D, OD, outplacement - are all part of a cohesive people strategy.

    Last week I participated in a KoffeeKlatch (my first, in fact) about redundancies and managing them from an HR perspective. The conversation, with Annabel Kaye and another HR manager, was very interesting, and in some ways, profound. It made me think about Simple Careers as a whole and why it is so difficult to introduce our business to...

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