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Adapting Training Design and Delivery for the Different Behaviours within the Social Styles Model There is not so much written about the use of the Social Styles model in training design and training delivery. OK, so there’s lots of stuff available to help you design your training using Honey and Mumford Learning Styles and personally […]

How to run Training Activities Running training activities is a key part of any learning event. This blog will provide you with a ten point checklist for running successful training activities. Why are we doing this? I recently attended a learning event as a learner, and the trainer was talking and then showed a video […]

Based on a real story about brainstorming I ran a session on creative techniques recently, and I facilitated a brainstorm on how to be the best time manager in the organisation. Some of the ideas were really wacky, and one person committed to a radical behavioural change in their daily time management practice as a […]

This is a guest blog by Wendy Dessler As technology advances, Human Resources professionals are inundated with a new responsibility that’s becoming more challenging than ever: maintaining a human workplace. To create a more human workplace, an organisation must bring their people together in a way that fosters creation and collaboration. What sounds like a […]

“Do not speak, unless it improves on silence.” Buddhist proverb I spoke with someone recently who told me how ashamed they feel of how they speak about their work colleagues. “I’ve actually become a very angry, bitter person at work. I didn’t realise it until recently. I feel I haven’t reached my true potential, and […]

This blog follows my last blog ‘A quick guide for Adult Learning for Trainers’, and is inspired by a discussion on the subject of elearning, with one of my peers – Andi Roberts. I saw a tweet by Andi stating he’d paid £180 for an elearning ‘course’ that was simply a PDF download. We had […]

Recently, I attended a slide-driven, passive ½ day training ‘workshop’ that was really a presentation. It amazes me just how many people confuse presenting with training. I’m not implying that presenting is a dry, slide-driven talking at, by making that comment. I think a lot of people are reasonable presenters – and presenting is often […]

Finance is often seen as a ‘black art’.  Many people don’t understand it, and feel uneasy with money.  It doesn’t help that accountants aren’t always the best communicators, and use lots of jargon.  I can say that, as I am an accountant! The simple truth is that finance training can help you make more money. […]

People Management Skills An External Perspective This is Ethan Vowle’s final blog at the end of his 7 week placement with us as part of his Tresham College Traineeship Programme. Ethan observed the delivery of a two day People Management Skills course to 5 people from four different organisations. These are his observations and thoughts. […]

The Tresham Traineeship Programme This is Ethan’s third and final blog as he nears completion of his seven week work placement with us. On this page you will find links to two downloadable Ebooks which Ethan has created: Top Ten Tips for Getting the Most out of a Work Placement (This is for the placement […]