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Posts by Engage in Learning

Recognising and Overcoming Unconscious Bias

Once, when I was a child, my father explained to us that he’d been refused a job purely because of his ethnicity. He reported this […]

Suspicious packages training wrapped up

An unattended bag or package is more than likely harmless, but never assume that it is.

The Value of Leadership

It was in 1957, addressing the Australian Institute of Management, that Field Marshall Sir William Slim, then Governor General of Australia, remarked, “Leadership is of […]

Leading and Influencing Others

Success in today’s volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA) world, involves individuals and organisations coping with change. Those leading this change – and influencing others […]

Leadership and Problem Solving

Everyone faces problems. Even if we call them ‘opportunities’, they’re still problems.

Director, Facilitator or Motivator - are you a Leader or a Chameleon?

Every Leader or Manager has a natural style of leadership - a "personality" - that is innate in them all.

Right to Work - protecting you and your workers

If you are responsible for employing people you are almost certainly aware of the need to check documentation before taking them on. Fines imposed on […]

Sticky eLearning is the key to success

 As an eLearning or training and development manager,  you need to ensure that the training you provide protects your staff, your organisation and your reputation. […]

Ten Criteria for Choosing the Perfect eLearning Partner

According to the 2017/18 Learning Benchmark Report, published by the UK-based learning innovation benchmarking organisation, Towards Maturity, 89% of all organisations use some form of […]

Busting the myths of video learning

There are an awful lot of myths in learning and development, and using video is no exception. Some of the myths I have heard include: […]

E-learning: Ten Quality and Suitability Issues

In its various forms, e-learning has been hailed both as learning’s greatest and worst advance. As The Top 10 Benefits of E-learning article says, this […]

Why learning is like great coffee - you need the perfect blend

At Engage in Learning we all love a good cup of coffee.

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