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Posts by Engage in Learning

Are L & D people human?

One of the biggest hurdles to becoming a Learning and Development professional is the recognition that, in addition to dispensing L&D advice and materials, you, […]

3 steps to boost trust within teams

Managers and their teams misunderstand each other far too often. It's all too common that managers struggle to get their team to understand what their […]

Predicted trends in the e-learning world in 2019

For many years, it’s been a popular pastime at the turn of the year to peer, short-sightedly, into the foggy far- and misty middle-distance to […]

Leadership - Lessons from the dugout

So it is adios Jose Mourinho.

Time to reflect, time to move ahead

Another fantastic year at Engage HQ.

Unconscious Bias: the Psychology Behind Organisational Inequality

The financial giant Prudential has said it would extend its unconscious bias training from senior managers to all of its employees, after revealing that female […]

Equality and Diversity in the Public Sector - fair's fair

By law, all UK public bodies such as Councils or NHS Trusts - must comply with the Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED).

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.

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