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Barriers to e-learning shouldn’t be overlooked
The world of e-learning development is moving at a fast pace, with gamification taking centre stage and its predicted use moving us beyond learning into problem solving tools, using wearable technology for learning, something I’ve written about in the past but is hitting the headlines again, and View the whole blog: As the demand for e-learning grows, can training organisations afford to share free of charge?
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29 May 2015
Leading strategy
When you sit down to write the job description for the next leader of your organisation where do you start?  Are you looking for personal qualities; someone who will engage hearts and minds and enthuse the team?  Perhaps you may be seeking someone who is comfortable with empowerment and with crea View the whole blog: The leadership journey
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29 May 2015
Social Media Training - An Ocean Of Opportunities
Social media is a platform that provides seamless opportunities to everybody. It is perhaps the most popular business and entertainment platform today. View the whole blog: Tips for Your School Prospectus Content and Design
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27 May 2015
If you were the learner's brain?
At Logicearth, we spend a lot of time thinking about how people learn. We've come up with these seven principles that we think modern eLearning should address. Would you change or add to them? View the whole blog: Logicearth Blog
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27 May 2015
TrainingZone Hot Topics: Engagement tips, top videos and 'phoney' jobs
Welcome to our latest round-up from across the TrainingZone community - these are the stories that not only proved popular across our site, but also content from other websites that we’ve found useful, interesting or downright controvers View the whole blog: TrainingZone Community Buzz
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26 May 2015
Book Review: Your Book is the Hook
I was recently asked to do a book review of Karen Williams’s latest book: Your Book is the Hook. I put my hand up for this because this is an area I have been researching lately as I too contemplate writing “my” book. I think everyone has View the whole blog: The TrainingZone book club
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26 May 2015
Blogging With Your Own Voice - 7 Tips
In my last blog I bemoaned the fact that a lot of communication is bland – opinions hidden under a cloak of meekness. In this blog, I want to look at the impact that has on, well, blogs.   View the whole blog: Rod's Blog
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22 May 2015
How do you deal with success and failure?
What does it feel like to gain your dream job then lose it again all in the space of 12 months? A client of mine has recently gone through this experience and I have gone through it with them. View the whole blog: Challenging Coaching
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21 May 2015
Business Communication Aided by the VoIP Power
Because VoIP gives access to both voice and multimedia, delivered over the internet, it has proved to be a huge boon to business. View the whole blog: Timpson Insights
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19 May 2015
Organisational management or organisational development
That nothing ever stays the same may be a cliché but it is one which is as true in business as it is in the wider world.  New products, new technologies and new legislation continually challenge the status quo and even without external factors there is always the customer relationship to nurture View the whole blog: Elemental CoSec
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15 May 2015
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