eLearning Articles & News
Phil Willcox explains why you just can’t get away from emotions at work, and why it’s so important to pay attention to them.
Liggy Webb, a leading authority on resilience and wellbeing, shares her top tips to keep you firing on all cylinders in 2017.
Happiness is something we should all be taking seriously, says Stephanie Davies of Laughology. She explains why, and gives her seven secrets to increasing happiness and, as a result, productivity.
More for less really is possible! Rokas Bučiūnas shares the lessons he learnt from launching eLearning in 10 countries simultaneously, with no budget for training or travel. He went on to win the Charity Learning Award 2016 for Organisational buy-in, for raising the profile of L&D at the charity Restless Development.
Gill Chester of Little Man Project reveals her secret seven – a list of free or affordable web resources to inspire and support eLearning creation.
The winners of the Charity Learning Awards 2016 are proof that little or no budget is no barrier to delivering innovative eLearning. Most of the winners had no resources to speak of, but came up with award winning solutions to the business challenges they faced. Their stories of success are an inspiration to all organisations, not just fellow charities.
Creative compliance is not the oxymoron that it may first appear, says Matt Brewer. He shares his practical hints and tips to invigorate your compliance eLearning.
On Thursday 22nd September we invited CLC members to join us in London for our quarterly meet-up. It was a day of sharing experiences, engaging workshops and plenty of updates on the exciting new developments we are working on for members.
Ryan Saliba of Nancarrow Partnerships attended a recent CLC Members’ Meeting to see what it’s all about. Here he shares his top takeaways from the day.
Issy Nancarrow shows how great marketing can engage consumers, with tips to harness these techniques for L&D.
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Focus on developing your weaknesses and your performance may suffer. Ian Pettigrew explains why strengths based leadership can help you make the most of your natural talents.