I think some posts on this topic have been lost on an old blog of mine so it can come in here as the second in this series… Do you hunch over a laptop? Do you constantly switch between apps, windows and tabs? Are you desk based but just have one monitor? If you answer… Continue reading The often ignored realities of talent management (#2): one real solution for (screen based) workplace productivity
Following on from my LinkedIn tidy and a similar exercise in my email and Old Reader I’ve now moved on to YouTube. YouTube is of course a strange beast – a real mix of the silly and serious. This wide church has contributed to many organisations going down the Vimeo route for a more professional… Continue reading My big YouTube tidy of 2018
Looking again at the English apprenticeships, a particular piece jumped out from the L&D Practitioner apprenticeship: Entry Requirements: Whilst any entry requirements will be a matter for individual employers, typically an apprentice will have an area of technical, vocational or behavioural expertise in which the organisation needs others to acquire through training. This is an… Continue reading LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT PRACTITIONER apprenticeship: the subject matter expert (SME) conversion course and/or the future of the ‘profession’?
Having worked for a variety of organisations one thing has become clear – life choices for employees/colleagues are a balance of many factors. Location – restricting your organisation? The decision on where to live (or where would be acceptable to move for work) is the primary life choice that impacts on employers. In return any… Continue reading The often ignored realities of talent management (#1): location location location