Continuous Learning for Personal & Professional Success in 2020 Regardless of a company’s niche, a clear focus on learning and development (L&D) is extremely important. Anyone who wants to reach success and stay competitive needs to invest in continuous employee training. And here's why.
Gain the skills you need to help your community during this difficult time. We've hand-picked ten online courses we think will be particularly helpful.
If you're feeling inspired to learn but not sure where to start, we’ve compiled a list of 20 useful things everyone should learn to do.
Given the multitude of distractions around us today, it can be difficult to stay focused. We've rattled our brains to find a few suggestions to equip you for when you venture back into learning.
Every organisation understands that a learning culture is one that yields the greatest employee loyalty, happiness and ultimately productivity. Professional development focuses on acquiring more knowledge and skills related to your career, and applies to everyone in the organisation from new employees to the CEO.
We make decisions everyday that affect our lives to a great extent. Be it in a personal or a professional context, you can never deny the significance and the necessity of good decision making. Critical thinking helps us to find any flaw, if it exists, in our decision making process and helps us to reach a better outcome by eliminating those flaws.
Read this article and learn how to improve your critical thinking skills.
Change is a difficult thing to deal with no matter where and when it happens. But resenting change and reacting negatively will only complicate your life (whether personal or professional) further.
Are you displaying any of these tell-tale signs of resistance to change? Learn to recognise the warning signals and act before it's too late!
Employers now seek much more than technical expertise in those they hire. Among the soft skills they look out for, emotional intelligence is always likely to be among the top three.
Learning to read and recognise emotions isn't easy, but if you don't have time for a full course, why not try these quick ways to train yourself on-the-job?
Bored at work? Many would envy you for it, but you're probably not having the best time. So don't sit there idle twiddling your thumbs - get a bit creative and take the chance to learn something new or develop an existing skill.
Here are 10 suggestions that will cure you of your boredom but also help you grow both personally and professionally.
In a highly globalised and inter-connected world, progressing in your career and landing that dream job may increasingly require you to relocate to a different city or country.
The question is: do you have the qualifications that will help you stand out from the crowd in the eyes of international recruiters?
Are you curious about the L&D strategies of some of the U.K.'s top companies?
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