Why good CEOs must be constantly learning

CEO unlearning

Business leaders of tomorrow need to prioritise self-development and ensure they are constantly renewing their skills and capabilities

Building a case for employee ownership

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It’s surprising that more businesses aren’t owned by employees, says Miriam Staley, Arup’s regional financial chief

How to train gen Z employees

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Understanding the needs and expectations of generation Z, the latest cohort to enter the workforce, is fundamental to get workplace learning right

Why companies must embrace L&D innovations

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‘L&D programmes should be in alignment with the employee’s long-term personal goals’

Could micro-learning make employees more engaged?

Splitting training into bite-sized chunks, fitted around employee schedules and suited to their own pace, is trending in learning and development, but careful implementation is crucial

Why put learners in charge of their training?

Organisations are increasingly choosing to move away from top-down development frameworks and empower employees by using a more learner-centred approach to workplace learning and development

Should HR be responsible for learning and development?

Whether learning and development should reside within human resources or alongside as its own empowered business unit remains a contentious issue

How do you prove the ROI of workplace learning?

Making a business case for investment in learning and development requires a new way of thinking