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  • Coach mentor

    What to look for in a coach or mentor

    Published by Shona Fletcher

    “I look at where I’m at today and realise that most of my success is owed to the mentors in my life.” These are the words of seven time Grammy award winning musician Kendrick Lamar. Whether you’re a rap fan or not, they’re words that resonate across most professions and…

  • Automation

    Could automation tools reduce repetitive admin tasks within your business?

    Published by Wes Maynard

    Automation has the potential to improve business systems and processes for organisations all over the world. It is already established as a bone fide digital trend and is picking up steam as the positive impact of integrating automation into an existing business infrastructure becomes better known. If you’re looking to…

  • 702010

    The 70:20:10 learning theory explained

    Published by Wes Maynard

    70:20:10 is a learning theory that was created in the 1980s and is widely thought of as the most reliable roadmap to optimised learning. It breaks down the sources of learning into: 70% acquired knowledge as a result of job related experience 20% of learning from interactions with others at…

  • Workplace Learning

    What does the changing world of learning in the workplace look like?

    Published by Shona Fletcher

    Workplace learning has evolved enormously in recent years. Long gone are the days when training was focused purely on a single course or objective. Today, it is much more about a holistic and forward thinking approach to employee development that is better integrated with business goals and objectives. Traditional learning…

  • Business Training

    5 problems that Extended Enterprise training can avoid

    Published by Wes Maynard

    Extended Enterprise training is increasingly being viewed as the solution to issues such as avoiding problems with brand reputation and ensuring that everyone the business works with is on the same page. It is an opportunity to push your own knowledge and standards through the business’ extended network, including suppliers,…

  • What is unique about an Extended Enterprise LMS for your business?

    Published by Shona Fletcher

    Learning management is an essential component in progress for many businesses. However, the importance of LMS for the Extended Enterprise can be easily overlooked. The reality is that internal staff and those who make up the Extended Enterprise of a business have very different learning needs and the only way…

  • Compliant Contractors

    How can your LMS help to ensure that your contractors are working in a compliant way?

    Published by Shona Fletcher

    Managing your contractors is often trickier than managing your in-house team as communication can be more difficult. However, this doesn’t remove the fact that all your contractors are required to work in a compliant way, just the same as your full-time staff members. Therefore it is important to train and…

  • Learning Management System

    How can you manage learning for your contractors and agency staff through your LMS?

    Published by Shona Fletcher

    Along with training your in-house staff, it is just as important to manage the learning of your contractors and agency staff who are often representing your company and brand to your customers. This will help to avoid a disjointed feeling for your customers and ensure the highest possible levels of…

  • How can using an Extended Enterprise LMS drive profit for your company?

    Published by Shona Fletcher

    Whether you are training your own staff, or expanding to sell training courses externally, everyone learns differently, and you need an LMS that not only accepts this, but embraces it. When it comes to extended enterprise, the right Extended Enterprise LMS has the power to transform your training department into…