EU - GDPR: May 2018
Be ready to comply
EU - GDPR: May 2018 Be ready to comply
What does it mean for your
What does it mean for your organisation?
Fact or Fiction?
Blended Learning: Fact or Fiction?
Some common misconceptions
surrounding this approach
Some common misconceptions surrounding this approach
How do Jazz and L&D
How do Jazz and L&D come together?
Adaptive Learning - providing a
more innovative approach
Adaptive Learning - providing a more innovative approach
Does your training need
a learning hub?
Does your training need a learning hub?
Learn how they can support
your next learning campaign
Learn how they can support your next learning campaign
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Passionate about learning? Want to share your experience?
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by Caron Ward, GP Strategies Limited
Learning is competing with the best consumer experiences - so make it convenient.
GP Strategies Learning Specialist, Simon Gilmartin looks at the development of Learning Hubs and how they can support your next learning campaign.
by GP Strategies' Dani Greening
With only 22% of learning being delivered through fully blended solutions, let’s revisit some of the common misconceptions surrounding this learning approach.
by Mark Miller, BU Director, Learning Solutions
New EU General Data Protection Regulation comes into force on 25 May 2018 - will your data management be ready to comply by then?
GP Strategies’ Dani Greening discusses the similarities between L&D and Jazz music.
By Tim Clague, Storyteller and Video Producer
With more video content being consumed than ever before Tim Clague considers some video styles to use in learning
Video content is on the rise.
Is it part of your learning strategy yet?
By Swosti Mishra, Instructional Designer
GP Strategies Trina Sarkar-Mohapatra explores the rising trend of Scenario-Based Learning.
GP Strategies’ Dani Greening talks with EMEA Vice President, Tony Reilly to find out the key successes to outsourced learning.
GP Strategies colleague Tim Clague explores the latest insights and trends for using video in learning.
GP Strategies’ Dani Greening explores the learning trend that is micro-learning.
GP Strategies' Don Duquette has selected 8 Top Trends that are taking shape in different industries and their potential for enhancing Learning and Development success.
GP Strategies' John T.Otis, explores the Financial Conduct Authorities (FCA’s) key priorities and how to address your organisation’s affected areas via a structured Learning & Development and Training regime.
GP Strategies' Dani Greening talks with EMEA Vice President, Tony Reilly about how to Transform Learning Services.
BETT I learnt something! See my highlights from the UK's biggest education show BETT 2017
by Caron Ward, GP Strategies Ltd
by GP Strategies Limited
Celebrate The Evolution Of Learning in 2017
by Gina Valenti, Marketing Coordinator
Top takeaways from Learning Technologies 2017
by Caron Ward, Marketing Executive
Preview and insights into the world of learning at BETT 2017
Create the Ripple - A TEDx story worth sharing
by Emma Lloyd, Training Delivery Manager and founder of Create the Ripple
What will 2017 teach you?
By Dani Greening, Artworker & Copywriter
By Dani Greening, Artworker/Copywriter
I'm a Millennial - let's explore this so-called phenomenon.
GP Strategies' Dawn Godfrey talks to Munya Badze, Enterprise Co-ordinator at Kent County Council about inspiring millennials.
by Farrah Chaudhry, Instructional Systems Designer
From soap operas to Shakespeare - here's how to create stories with impact.
Virtual Reality - The Here and Now for the world of learning
By Professor David Clutterbuck
Retaining talent is a must for all organisations. How can mentoring help keep your bright sparks?
Our Day at the #WOL2016!
By Gina Valenti, Marketing Co-ordinator & Dani Greening, Artworker/Copywriter
By Caron Ward, Marketing Executive
Inspiration is all around us. Offline and Online. Meet Emma Lloyd, our inspirational training delivery manager creating ripples wherever she goes!
By Mark Miller, Business Unit Director, Learning Solutions
Human Error is RISKY for any business – but does it really exist?
by Caron Ward - Marketing Executive
Messing about with the Customer Experience - welcome aboard the river boat tour.
by Tim Clague - Lifelong learner, storyteller and scriptwriter
The learner experience; the emotional experience and the benefits of proper testing.
So THAT'S what Augmented Reality is? I get it now!
by Swosti Mishra - Instructional Systems Designer
Designing a learner experience - welcome to the world of online shopping!
by Tim Clague - Lifelong learner, storyteller and scriptwriter.
Learning and Leadership Lessons – from the film set
by Karla Howard - Instructional Systems Designer.
How are we incorporating social learning into our lifestyle?
by Mark Miller - Business Unit Director, Learning Solutions.
Risk is a factor in everything we do, individually and as an organisation.
by Angie Rose - Marketing Consultant.
After attending Learning Technologies 2016 and watching a really good session on Emotional Resilience, I wanted to reflect on how I’ve developed my own resilience.
by Jeremy Miles - Instructional Systems Designer.
Building real-world skills training directly from the manufacturing life cycle.
by Gary Whitfield - Instructional Designer.
Shakespeare penned in Hamlet (1602) “Though this be madness yet there is method in it”.
"For an organisation to survive, its rate of learning must be at least equal to the rate of change in its external environment."
by Tim Clague - Storyteller, film-maker, scriptwriter & lifelong learner.
The questions L&D should be asking about games for learning.
by Urszula Pitt - Senior Instructional Systems Designer.
Education has undergone, and continues to undergo, immense changes in the way it is enacted and distributed to all ages of learners.
by Trina Sarkar-Mohapatra - Senior Learning Designer.
I stumbled upon the 70:20:10 model while reading an article back in 2007. It was focused around workplace learning.
by Caron Ward - Marketing Executive.
So why do we still use so many words? Or maybe we should take heed from Phil Hansen and use 1000 words to make a picture?
by Dave Barry - Learning Consultant.
Hands up if you’d still like to be one? If so, read on… If you’ve just put your hand down – you still need to keep reading!
by Gary Whitfield - Instructional Systems Designer.
It took me a long time to join the revolution and get a smartphone.
by Jeremy Miles - Learning Solutions Architect.
A perspective on the application of virtual environments in skills development.
by Tim Clague - Lifelong learner, storyteller & scriptwriter.
If you’re in L&D you need to live and breathe learning.
by Professor David Clutterbuck.
Ground rules for embedding coaching within work teams.
The two main forms of reverse mentoring are technical and diversity.
by Alex Barker - Financial Administrator.
Play is just as essential in the workplace for adults for personal growth and continuous skills development.