Unconscious Bias vs Conscious Inclusion; It’s Not Just Semantics.
Unconscious Bias training has had a lot of bad press recently. Journalists, CEOs and civil servants alike, have all claimed:…Read More
55% of People are Too Scared to Talk About Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace for Fear of Saying the Wrong Thing
Of the 1,090 people who responded to our most recent poll, less than half said they are comfortable to talk…Read More
6 Ways to Protect Your Training Plans from Brexit Budget Cuts
Spring has finally arrived and thank goodness for that; not only does it bring sunny days and a new lease…Read More
6 examples of Unconscious Bias at work that you may not notice
It’s hard to believe that in this day and age Gender Bias is still a big deal in the workplace.…Read More
Learning your way around e-Less Learning™!
If you were to hear the word “training”, what’s the first thing that you would think of? Expensive? Disruptive? Boring?…Read More
The Benefits of Peer-to-Peer Learning
Training sessions can be uncomfortable for some people; fearing being picked on to answer a question, dragged to the front…Read More
The leadership crisis we face today
A recent survey by the World Economic Forum found that 86% of respondents believe we are facing a worldwide leadership…Read More
What Has Caused This Surge In Equality and Diversity Training?
Driven by the Equality Act 2010, HR departments across the UK sought to address inclusion within their organisations. However, clients…Read More
Top Tips for Trainers #5 – Writing a Training Manual
Consider the use of the Manual A training manual may be prepared to form a vital component of a long…Read More
Top Tips for Trainers #3: Top 10 Considerations for Motivating Delegates (other than cake!)
So if you have been following my recent series of blogs, Tips for Trainers you will now be adept with…Read More