Member Since: 23rd Jun 2014
A successful and highly motivated learning and development specialist who has a proven track record of developing learning interventions that result in significant business impact. An excellent communicator and facilitator, who is passionate about developing the potential in people and organisations. An individual with extensive management experience and responsibilities gained in a fast-paced environment prior to embarking on a career in the design, delivery and evaluation of learning and development solutions. Extensive experience with a diverse client base in both public and private sectors, including energy and utilities, logistics, health, hospitality, law and retail.
My Specialities are Management and Leadership Development, Stakeholder Management, Customer service, coaching and continuous development.
Learning and Development Advisor -Marks and Clerk LLP
My discussion replies
10th Jan 2017
Hi there I have a couple that may help. I am out of the office for a few days...but if you drop me an email happy to send over. [email protected]...
31st Oct 2016
27th Jul 2015
Ask them to look at each part of the model and put it against their day to day job - ideally picking examples of DILO (day in the life) and what happened to the 'balance'. Use flipchart to show this visually. What you find is that the reality is very different and there are times when focus needs to be on task and the other areas get neglected. We then discuss the implications of these and review could they have done anything differently to try and keep a better balance rather than say just focus on the task.
I sometimes use a set of hoops to demonstrate the model physically.
Hope this helps...
3rd Mar 2015
Thank you all for your comments - Rus I completely agree with you and really thought hard about how to word my request - I did not want to cause offence. Yes everyone is an individual - it would just help improving my understanding of the differences so I am better prepared to support individuals.
Hope this makes sense!