Coaching and mentoring

Does health coaching have a role in employee wellbeing?

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

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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World of Learning: time to focus on learners’ needs

6 Oct 2015

Last week’s World of Learning Conference focused strongly on the ways organisations can facilitate it, and how to pass control...

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Leadership: putting the trust back into business

4 Dec 2014

After years of financial crisis, leadership trust is at a low. How can HR put the trust back into business...

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No More Mr Not-So-Nice Guy: Tools for teaching leaders emotional intelligence

9 Sep 2014

If leadership was simply a job description, or a list of tasks and functional responsibilities, emotional intelligence might not be...

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A novel approach to leadership coaching

1 Aug 2014

Poor leadership is often at the heart of business failure. So how do you train managers to become inspirational leaders?...

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