As our thoughts turn to 2021, we explore how and why to give thanks, not just at Christmas but throughout the year. How can gratitude improve our wellbeing and strengthen us for the challenges ahead?
Encountering technology hiccups or horrors in your virtual workshops? In this short article, we share practical ideas for overcoming technical issues.
The Covid-19 pandemic has been a catalyst for change. It has sped up changes that were already afoot and made them a stark reality. And nowhere is that more evident in the world of learning and development than in the rush to move from classroom-based training to virtual online workshops.
Scott Bradbury reports on its clients’ video learning usage before and after the lockdown and provides useful benchmark data for you to compare with your own experiences. Has the Covid-19 lockdown really changed online video learning habits? 4-minute read.
Being forgetful is part of being human. In this 4-minute article we look at how distractions and disruptions lead us to forget those items on our ‘To Do’ list.
Answering an all important phone call surrounded by distractions? In this 4-minute article we take a look at some tips on how to stay focused and professional despite a bustling background.
Can families adhere to the six principles of change? Clarity, Belief, Desire, Fairness, Commitment and Purpose. The coronavirus pandemic has made sweeping changes across society. In this 4-minute article we look at how one family have adapted and tell their story through the change principles.
What barriers to concentration are you facing right now? Whether you’re working remotely from home, or a keyworker busy keeping things going elsewhere, the Covid-19 pandemic presents us with new challenges to our concentration skills. We’re being distracted by the abnormality, not to mention the worry, of it all. This new 4-minute read article gives you 8 tips for staying focused in these unprecedented times.
The Covid-19 pandemic presents us with change and uncertainty on an unprecedented scale. In this short article, Catherine de Salvo relates the messages of the Scott Bradbury video 'Working in Uncertain Times' to the challenges we all face in the current coronavirus emergency.
If you’re human, you sometimes make mistakes. That’s OK if you learn from them. And it’s even better if you talk about them. If errors are embraced as learning opportunities, everyone benefits. Errors which feed into a process of continuous improvement are invaluable - and when organisational cultures make that clear, people will want to own up when things go wrong.
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