No Training? No excuse.
Chris Pharo, News Editor at The Sun, is in the dock at Kingston Crown Court.  He is accused – along with others – of paying serving police officers, those working in high security prisons and  members of the armed forces for stories.  Paying public officials – all of whom are bound by laws coveri View the whole blog: Robin Hoyle's Blog
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20 November 2014
Secrets of a top toy brand that goes from strength to strength
I read in the Telegraph today about 100 things that have been sent into space. It’s a fascinating list. Everything from a sound recording of a shepherd herding and a saxophone to sea urchin sperm! View the whole blog: Top 5 tips to increase your ‘employability’ and stay ahead of the game and the competition
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20 November 2014
Make your website one of the world’s most popular: the secret? SEO!
I was snooping around the net at the weekend and wanted to find out the most popular websites. I had a vague idea of what they might be, but just wanted a current list. View the whole blog: Top 5 tips to increase your ‘employability’ and stay ahead of the game and the competition
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20 November 2014
How is new technology changing the way we work? – Culture, Curation & Capability
Over the last 15 years we’ve seen technology develop at an exponential rate, forget the industrial revolution, I firmly believe we’re living through the ‘technological revolution’ and that pace of change has driven a profound change in the L&D world itself. View the whole blog: Learning, Technology & Innovation
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14 November 2014
Developing culture
When was the last time you took a positive decision to take a good look at your organisation?  We’re not talking here about changing a job title in response to the latest government missive on pay or restructuring a department in the light of technology developments.  Changes of that nature go on View the whole blog: Consultancy on Culture – Thoughts and Insights
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13 November 2014
Assessing Performance - the devil is in the detail
For many organisations, the annual performance review is just around the corner. This can be a formidable challenge for over-stressed managers with little time to complete the appraisal process. View the whole blog: Thoughts of a grey haired trainer
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11 November 2014
Strategic Board evaluations
When we talk about training it is very easy to concentrate our efforts on the training of new or existing employees, of making sure that they have the skills which they need to operate in an increasingly digital and customer service world.  But there is one group of people for whom training often View the whole blog: Elemental CoSec
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11 November 2014
Developing organisational governance
Once upon a time annual reports were virtually the sole preserve of the accountants; packed with numbers broken up by only the briefest of side explanations when absolutely necessary.  Potential investors and lenders took those numbers and turned them into multitudes of formulae, any combination View the whole blog: Elemental CoSec
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11 November 2014
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