Tag: Learning and Development

There’s Always Something to Learn

There’s always something to learn. We learn from every life experience, failure and success. I really believe this. So why is it many organisations spend more money on training rather than developing people, and when we’re self employed we either see development as a business luxury or we buy into vocational training or free sessions? […]

Tuesday Daily Topic – Quotes Related to Development

Well here we are again, our third Tuesday in January 2015.  As you’ll be beginning to recognise Tuesday is my top seven quotes day.  Today I’ve chosen quotes related to development.  That is learning, personal development and success through development.   My Top Seven Quotes Related to Development:   “It’s only through listening that you […]

Daily Topic – Beginnings

Tuesday 6 January 2015 Daily Topic – Beginnings   As you’ll see from the Daily Topics list Tuesday is my Top Seven Quotes day.  To welcome in the New Year I thought today I would dedicate my Top  Seven Quotes article to Beginnings. As we approach 2015 some of us will have taken a well earned break […]

Spotlight on a DISC Practitioner

  The focus was on me in October as I featured in on The Coaching Academy Website.  We were really excited to have a “Spotlight on a DISC Practitioner”.  I love DISC and it is the most simple and accessible tool I’ve used for clients and client companies.  People understand it.  It makes so much […]

We are Stand P02 on the Platinum Level. NEexpo 19 November 2014

Hi Everyone,Join us at #NEexpo and meet 1200 likeminded businesses in one day. We are stand P02 on the Platinum Level.Book your ticket for the North East’s dedicated small & mid-sized business event at Newcastle Falcons, Kingston Park on Wednesday 19th November…there’s lots happening:Over 1200+ delegates already registered with over 180 exhibitors booked in to exhibit it’s […]

Engaging Staff – Boomers, Millennials and All!

The 2013 CIPD survey into Employee Engagement showed that staff engagement has declined broadly across all sectors from 39% in 2012 to 35% in the 2013 survey.  This corresponds with a growth in disengaged (3% to 4%) and neutral (58% to 60%) employees.  I’ve read lots of articles and blogs recently attributing this to the […]