Sunday, April 30, 2017

The Learning Consultancy Partnership Blog

  1. A podcast for L&D practitioners about developing their line managers
    In this 17 minute podcast from the CIPD (June 2016) the host interviews Dr Mark Cole, Head of L&D at Camden and Islington NHS Foundation, Catherine Noel, L&D Manager at Cannon and Jennifer Wrigley, L&D Manager at Discovery Networks International about how they are tackling the development of their line managers to ensure their engagement and ongoing commitment …

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  2. Inside the Head of UK Managers – A report from GoodPractice
    For May’s recommendation we have chosen GoodPractice’s report on what UK managers are citing as their biggest challenges.  The report is designed to explore what managers are finding challenging at work in order to help L&D professionals understand the support they need as well as providing a template for a learning needs analysis.  The survey summarises the …

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  3. What does the research say about managers coaching their employees?
    This post is about BlessingWhite’s most recent research into coaching behaviours at work. The global study involved asking over 1000 employees about their views on the coaching actions they value. In addition it reports on the biggest barriers managers perceive they face when coaching their teams. Fraser Marlow, Head of Leadership and Research, BlessingWhite will be presenting …

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  4. Workplace Wellbeing Index & Happiness Study
    With organisations increasingly focusing on employee wellbeing this post explores two things: a TED talk by Robert Waldinger in November 2015 about the key findings from the longest study of human happiness spanning over 75 years and the upcoming Workplace Wellbeing Index from Mind. The Harvard study of Adult Development followed two groups of 724 boys from …

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  5. International Women’s Day 2016
    As today is International Women’s Day (IWD) 2016 we have a link to an article by EY on the results of one of the global studies they ran in partnership with The Peterson Institute for International Economics. The data from their survey of almost 22,00 organisations across 91 countries found that most countries had not …

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