How an engaging learning and development strategy can deliver real business benefits
In the last few years, the power dynamic between workers and employers has seen a subtle but important shift. Given the crucial role that a good learning and development strategy can play in fostering engagement, it's therefore vital that companies think carefully about how best to achieve results
Three things set to change the LMS forever
In just a few years’ time, the next generation of the LMS will replace the current version as we know it. The next LMS could have the ability to proactively seek out content itself from across the internet and gather it for e-learning purposes.
How to tailor your e-learning programmes to suit different learning styles
When developing an e-learning solution for your business, it's likely that your instinct will be to opt for an approach that broadly caters to the needs of the greatest number of learners, with material that delivers effective learning for the whole organisation.
Safeguarding in the Workplace
Safeguarding is the practice of ensuring that vulnerable people have their health, well-being and rights protected in society. In this article, we’re going to consider what safeguarding means in the workplace - what it covers, and what employees need to do.
Security and auditing lessons to learn from the NHS cyber attack
On May 12th 2017, the NHS was hit by the most serious cyber attack to ever affect the health service in England, with systems up and down the country taken out of commission by the so-called "WannaCry" virus.
Does an audit just highlight weaknesses?
An audit results in complete transparency over an entire company’s practises and processes. As such, it leaves your business with nowhere to hide – especially when highlighting its weaknesses.
Driving individual and organisational success through learning and development
As corporate understanding of learning and development has grown more robust over the years, so too has the importance of having talent leaders in place who are committed to maximising the benefits of their organisation's training initiatives.
How to get compliance training adopted in your organisation
As we get nearer to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) deadline of May 2018, your organisation may have already started preparing. For businesses who process large amounts of data, however, this poses a significant challenge.
Do your suppliers comply with the GDPR legislation?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is coming into effect on 25 May 2018. Your organisation might have already started preparing to ensure it complies with all the new legislation, but have you thought about your suppliers?