An article in The Guardian (https://bit.ly/2ZYMX80) by Stephen Isherwood in May 2020, stated that Grad schemes are down by 12%, due to the #pandemic, and internships and placements are down by a whopping 40%! Where does this leave our recently qualified, energetic and hungry #graduates? Will cumbersome #recruitment processes and confidence-knocking job hunts destroy their energy and reduce the supply of much-needed innovation?
In many cases, the million dollar question!
Learning ROI remains a headache for many senior execs and learning specialists alike. When the performance expectations are missed, all eyes turn to the learning strategy.
We've created a little festive fun quiz for everybody this December - click the image below and have a play. See if you can help Santa and his elves ensure that Christmas runs smoothly this year.
Learning in the flow of work is one of the most valuable methods of learning – particularly when onboarding new colleagues. A lot of the time we do it without realising – a short video, a quick online module, asking a colleague a question.
We recently produced an app for sailors at sea for long periods of time, who could easily have their mental wellbeing affected by loneliness and separation, we asked some people for their tips for managing their mental wellbeing. Here are some of them:
Colour theory is a gigantic and fascinating topic, that can be broken down into three main categories. The colour wheel, colour harmony, and the context of how colours are used. The main area we will be looking at is how colours are used, but first a bit of background.