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Posted On March 24, 2014
A recent Forbes article entitled “Why Investing in Your People Makes Good Business Sense” made the point that employers shouldn’t worry about what happens if they invest in their people and they then leave the company. Instead, they should worry about what happens if they don’t invest in them—and they stay.

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Posted On March 15, 2014
Working with organisations to improve their people’s performance is rewarding work. But after a while, you think everyone has solved the big issues of managing people. Managers everywhere clearly outline expectations, communicate effectively, hold people accountable, and address performance issues in a timely and supportive matter… right?

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Posted On February 24, 2014
On the back of the recently launched 6 new Guided Online Learning courses, we are excited to announce the launch of 8 new face-to-face desktop courses on our public schedule starting in March.

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Posted On February 21, 2014
Did you look back over 2013 and find you didn’t quite do what you set out to? For me, it was a short online course that I registered for, intent on completing it in record time and mastering its subject-matter. It wasn’t required for work but something that would help my career in the medium to long term. Of course I didn’t even finish the course, let alone master the subject!

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