Monthly Archives: May 2016

Classroom training – it’s not out of date and it never will be! published on 27/05/2016 by John Edmonds

Why we should not lose sight of an ‘old technology’ in the face of new ideas Back in the exciting times of the 1950s and 1960s, people had some amazing ideas of how the world would look today. Cars flying along highways in the sky, jetpacks for everyone, homes and towns under giant glass domes

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5,000 to 1- What are your chances of achieving good stakeholder engagement? published on 06/05/2016 by John Edmonds

achieving good stakeholder engagement 5,000 to 1 – we have all seen recently the fantastic odds that bookmakers were offering to people last August who were prepared to bet that Leicester City Football Club would win the Premier League title. It is amazing that these were the same betting odds that bookmakers were offering on

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Are Your Skills Out of Date? published on 03/05/2016 by John Edmonds

Are Your Skills Out of Date? What skills will be important 5 years from now? Five years from now, over one-third of skills (35%) that are considered important in today’s workforce will have changed. That’s a challenging thought, and it’s not just some marketing line from a learning and development organisation like ours. It is

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