Live Event Tweeting

Blog originally published in Training Journal February 2014 For some L&D individuals Twitter is a waste of time. For others it’s a great way to develop a professional profile and keep in touch with a personal learning network. In the last few years I’ve gone from one end of this journey to enjoying the other. One of... Continue Reading →

Developing Leaders for the 21st Century – TJ Event

News report originally published in Training Journal December 2012 “Coming along to a training programme no longer cuts it” said Larry Reynolds, Managing Partner of 21st Century Leader, about Developing Leaders for the 21st Century; the last L&D 2020 event of this year. Reynolds walked a the group through six principles of a Leadership Development programme... Continue Reading →

Learning to Learn in the 21st Century – TJ event

News report originally published in Training Journal May 2012 Celine Jacques, Principle Psychologist at CAPP, gave an overview of using positive psychology to understand what makes an “ordinary being flourish and succeed in normal life”. Jacques spoke of “flow”, being so engrossed in an activity that there is a loss of time and self-consciousness, and how a... Continue Reading →

Leadership in the 21st Century

News report originally published in Training Journal March 2012 Innovative risk-taking “feels like breaking the rules”, said David Archer yesterday at Training Journal’s Leadership in the 21st Century event in London. One of the key topics discussed by a variety of attendees and speakers was the future skill set for Learning and Development, which highlighted:... Continue Reading →

Established in your role?

This feature was first published in Training Journal in May 2012 Jo Cook explains how to inject some freshness into a job you've had for some time That wonderful joy of hearing “you’ve got the job”, coupled with perhaps the relief of moving on to the next step in your career, or from redundant joblessness back in to... Continue Reading →

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