Coaching is an accepted part of leadership and management at Diabetes UK, weaving through development programmes and one to ones.
Richard Bragg explains how a simple approach to coaching is transforming management at Scope, reinvigorating the organisation so they’re fit to fight for equality for disabled people.
Jane Meggison-Hill spent 18 months creating a fantastic in-house coaching programme at Sport England. In response to coronavirus, she quickly transformed face-to-face elements into successful virtual sessions.
Eleanor MacKenzie explains how eLearning has helped encourage a more self-reliant learning culture at The Church of Scotland.
Kris Medlang explains how eLearning has quickly helped deliver niche learning solutions, and share knowledge and subject matter expertise at Shelter.
Louisa Antoine explains how eLearning, alongside support from fellow members of the Charity Learning Consortium, helps her meet the learning needs at SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity
Hilda Fyock explains how eLearning helps staff at Mission Aviation Fellowship access what they need, exactly when they need it.
Rachel Winfield explains how eLearning has helped create engaging, blended learning experiences at Leeds University Union.
eLearning helps charities prove complianceeLearning isn't all about mandatory training and compliance. But for charities that have to meet strict regulations, eLearning is an essential part of the L&D toolkit. “Using the learning management system provided by the...
eLearning saves charities' cash eLearning saves charities money, and it's as simple as that. Sarah Jeeves explains how eLearning has helped Thames Reach deliver effective training at a lower cost.Off-the-shelf eLearning is an excellent investment when there is a good...
One of the benefits of eLearning becomes obvious when external factors challenge how an organisation operates. For any learning function looking for continuity in circumstances beyond their control, having access to eLearning can be vital.
Laura Shaw says that eLearning is a popular alternative to training at Cats Protection. The charity’s award-winning, blended Volunteer Champions Programme is also as effective as its face to face programme.