Learning and development

  • Practical ways to maximize and measure your training investments by

    Does your training have context? Does it improve on-the-job performance? These are just a few of the key questions to ask when assessing ROI, says Sean Conrad.

  • Do you ever think you’re incompetent? by Stephanie Zillman

    You may have imposter syndrome: an affliction felt by many career women who ooze confidence, yet feel they don’t deserve their achievements.

  • The neuroscience of change by Human Capital

    If there is one thing all HR professionals will face in their career, it is change. While change can be constructive, allowing organisations to learn, progress and grow, many leaders encounter resistance and cynicism when trying to implement it.

  • Think twice before calling someone a ‘coach’ by

    Modern life – from reality TV to sports – has diluted the definition of the term ‘coach’. Melissa Richardson suggests going back to basics by redefining the word.

  • In the frontline by Iain Hopkins

    What needs to be included in a frontline leaders’ toolkit and does a couple of hours in a classroom suffice in building those skills? Human Capital asks the experts

  • The reason female execs leave is not glass ceiling by

    New research has been released which is sure to shake up the long-held belief that female executives leave organisations because of the glass ceiling. The real reason is far more insidious.

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