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Posted On December 22, 2015
Human Resources Director (HRD) magazine’s annual special report on Learning & Development is a holistic overview of L&D trends including practical tips and advice for your own career.

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Posted On December 22, 2015
Around the world, corporate well-being programs are being linked to very real and substantial business benefits. These range from reduced employee injuries, illness and absenteeism, to improved productivity, increased retention, lower recruitment costs and enhanced corporate reputation as an “employer of choice” among many others.

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Posted On December 21, 2015
Human Capital magazine’s online edition features a synopsis of our recent Technology and the Future of Learning discussion with three learning digerati to discuss the latest learning technologies: how they’re deployed, how they affect the role of L&D departments, and what innovative technologies await.

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Posted On December 21, 2015
“According to most studies, people’s number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death. Death is number two? Does that seem right? To the average person that means that if they have to go to a funeral, they’d be better off in the casket than giving the eulogy.” - Jerry Seinfeld

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Posted On December 21, 2015
The value of face-to-face learning in an era of blended learning, online learning and other forms of non-human learning interventions is a subject that frequently arises.

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Posted On December 21, 2015
Have you ever needed to create a flowchart or an organisation chart? How about a process map, or even a floor plan? Perhaps you’re using SmartArt and other tools available in PowerPoint or Word to do this. SmartArt and Shapes are certainly very useful tools for simple diagrams, but when you need to build something more complex you may find yourself running into limitations.

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Posted On December 21, 2015
“If you can’t talk to people and get across your ideas, you’re giving up your potential. You’ve got to be able to communicate in life.” Those words from billionaire investor Warren Buffet may sound condescending coming from one of the world’s most accomplished businessmen—until you realise that a young Buffet was deathly afraid of public speaking.

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