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The expression ‘coals to Newcastle’ comes to mind when talking about developing learning professionals. Perhaps because we’re so focused on supporting others, we can overlook our own development. But according to leading commentators like Charles Jennings, a new skill set is required for learning practitioners to meet the needs of a modern workforce. So how can we best support ourselves to keep evolving? Learning professionals came up with these tips at the #Why702010 event.
Gratitude is a choice, says wellbeing expert Liggy Webb, and one that is well worth making. Research shows that cultivating gratitude has long lasting, positive effects. She gives her top tips to help you perfect a grateful mindset.
The Charity Learning Consortium and Learning Heroes have joined forces to offer third sector staff and volunteers an engaging alternative to traditional eLearning.
It’s taken almost 1,000 hours, and a ton of biscuits, to create an easy to use, open source Hierarchies tool. Josh Willcock explains how one ‘little’ Moodle plugin is making a big difference to managers – as well as L&D practitioners’ – working lives.
Perry Timms shares his take on a recent webinar with some of the 2015 Charity Learning Award winners.
Genesis is one of the largest housing associations in the country, with more than 100,000 people living in its homes. eLearning not only saves the housing association vital funds, it plays an integral role in supporting its 1,350 staff. Tashoy Ashley, Head of L&D at Genesis, explains why.