Coaching and mentoring

Development opportunities need manager buy-in to succeed

HR practices that aim to develop employees’ skills for current or future roles will only be successful with the support...

How coaching retail staff can help the high street survive

25 May 2018

With Marks & Spencer the latest high street brand to announce widespread store closures, with perhaps Homebase to follow, the...

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Sadiq Khan launches ‘Our Time’ female talent development scheme

15 May 2018

The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has launched a “landmark” initiative to get more women into senior roles and help...

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Retaining older employees’ knowledge enhances competitive edge

3 May 2018

Retaining knowledge when key workers retire could provide the competitive advantage employers need as they struggle to attract and retain...

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Does health coaching have a role in employee wellbeing?

28 Feb 2018

May 2017 saw the launch of the UK Health Coaches Association. Founding members Dr Annabel Boys & Lyndy Stanway Marsh...

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E-learning gains traction but managers still rate face-to-face training best

24 Nov 2017

Managers continue to prefer face-to-face learning over digital learning, according to a new report by learning resources provider GoodPractice. Martin...

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Is the coaching industry ripe for digital disruption?

17 Feb 2017

We have seen a host of industries from food delivery to cab driving disrupted by digital developments. Coaching is not...

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Four key actions to tackle a gender pay gap

14 Feb 2017

New rules on gender pay gap reporting simply compel employers to publish details of their pay gap on an annual...

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Five ways men feel alienated by gender diversity debate

20 Jan 2017

As the requirement for gender pay gap reporting approaches, more men are engaging in gender issues – some better than...

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Empowering employees: the role of L&D in modern workplaces (webinar)

6 Jan 2017

ON DEMAND | L&D finds itself in the most significant period of change in how people learn...

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Why has performance become a dirty word?

17 Nov 2016

The idea of “performance” in the workplace has become tied up with negativity, argues Matt Barker, director of consulting company...

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Personnel Today Awards 2016: HR Supplier Partnership shortlist announced

15 Sep 2016

The shortlist has now been announced for this year’s HR Supplier Partnership Award, the category that recognises the achievements of...

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Women in leadership and five actions for HR

15 Jul 2016

The remarkable rise of women in politics shows that it is time for a different style of leadership, says Rosie...

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Can reverse mentoring unite the multi-generational workplace?

27 Apr 2016

Technology companies such as Cisco and HP have been using reverse mentoring to enable employees from different generations to support...

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Learning and development: report finds organisations still “playing it safe”

20 Nov 2015

Learning and development (L&D) teams have, for some time, been accused of failing to adapt their practice to a more...

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