The little book of Performance Consulting
One of the biggest challenges we face is that it’s often easier to commission a quick training fix than it is to face up to, and understand, complex performance gaps. We need knowledge, skills and confidence to do this. That’s where this little book can help, with challenges, snippets and advice to help you realise what performance consulting can be.
“Changing things holds the same fear as playing Jenga – what happens if we take the wrong block away?”
The little book of Video Learning
Video provides an amazing opportunity to create meaningful, effective and engaging content. By following these simple processes & tips, you’ll be hitting ‘fast forward’ on your understanding of video creation. You can find some useful resources here.
“Ever been faced with a problem and turned to YouTube? There’s your answers to why you should use video in learning! “
The little book of In-House Coaching
This handy guide explains the steps to take to launch and sustain a coaching programme, with examples of different approaches to inspire you. You can find some useful resources here.
“Coaching isn’t a dark art, it’s just a conversation. Keep it simple!”
The little book of Virtual Classrooms
Explore the world of virtual classrooms and discover how to develop your virtual skills to ensure that your online training is a success. You can find some useful resources here.
“Trainers have suddenly been placed in a position where they lack the skills for facilitating and managing live online events. You can’t simply transfer your classroom skills into the virtual world”
The little book of Webinars
Explore the world of webinars and find out how other charitable organisations have used them to engage their learners. You can find some useful resources here.
“In today’s climate of rapid change, the need for tools that suit the flexible, remote and self-directed learner have never been more important”
The little book of Induction
Explore the world of Induction and how other organisations have transformed their Induction process. You can find some useful resources here.
“One of the biggest mistakes people make when designing induction is to think about it from the perspective of the organisation”