Highlights from the Skillcast Essentials library 2019 launch event

On Thursday morning last week, we treated our clients to a breakfast networking event in the Shangri La, at The Shard, London. It was a great morning […]

Making digital learning accessible for all

As companies become more mature about the use of digital learning for engaging employees, their priorities are shifting from visuals and animation to more fundamental […]

Improving the student experience of our online study platform: Introducing consistency

Early reports suggest that Canvas, our new online study platform at Sussex, has been well received by students, particularly first years. One of the strengths […]

Beyond Checking the Box: Sexual Harassment Training That Works

Sexual Harassment prevention training has been widespread since the 1980s. But the rates of sexual harassment complaints have not gone down in the decades since. […]

Announcing New Lessons on Working Across Cultures

As many workplaces and businesses have grown increasingly international, the need for working effectively across cultures has grown in tandem. For a long time, people […]

3 Lessons from Producing Grovo’s New Sexual Harassment Content

I’m a Content Producer at Grovo, which means I write and produce Grovo Microlearning® content. I recently produced a totally new set of sexual harassment […]

If Unconscious Bias Training Is the First Step, What’s the Second?

After Starbucks rolled out their unconscious bias training in response to the incident in April, the public seemed to come to a consensus: unconscious bias […]

Mind the Workplace: How Workplace Stress Impacts Engagement and Productivity

Many employees will spend a quarter of their lives in the workplace. On any given day, they will spend more time interacting with their colleagues […]

How L&D Supports Inclusion for Women

As the #metoo movement ushers in a new era of workplace laws (including a sweeping set of revisions to New York’s this October), the public […]

Announcing New Lessons on Managing a Multigenerational Team

We’ve all heard the stereotypes: “Baby boomers are traditional,” “Gen Xers value work-life balance,” “Millennials are lazy.” Turns out they don’t hold water: A 2016 […]

5 Top Tips for creating inclusive presentations

For presentations to be part of truly inclusive teaching practice they need to be created with an eye on accessibility. This post will outline some […]

From Initiative to Strategy: How Microlearning Can Help Build an Inclusive Culture

In 2017, ground-breaking research from Bersin by Deloitte showed that inclusive work cultures are 6x more likely to be innovative, 6x more likely to anticipate […]

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