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It seems that everyone agrees on the importance of people development. Yet it is increasingly difficult to balance the competing demands of time and cost pressures with the need to invest in ourselves and our teams. Cause Related Learning aims to provide a range of flexible approaches to learning, whether you are seeking to develop your own personal skill base or building a management development programme for others. That may be through the design and delivery of highly participative workshops or more adventurous team challenges. It may be that you prefer the flexibility of live online virtual training events for small groups that provide participative learning opportunities through a virtual classroom environment whilst also reducing travel time and cost. Equally you may prefer a more straight forward online course approach, allowing you or your people to plug into their learning anytime, any place on virtually any device. Perhaps you prefer the ultimate flexibility of a blended solution, using a range of different learning approaches to best suit your circumstances. Whatever your requirements, Cause Related Learning aims to make the solutions effective and easy.
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Latest Blog Posts
Our confidence levels play a critical part in our success. High achievers tend to have higher levels of self-confidence myths. Here are seven things that high confidence people tend to believe, and critically, act on. I am the expert on me Confidence comes from knowing yourself well. As Dr Seuss said – “Today you[…]
Don’t let low self-confidence hold you back. In my work I regularly meet people who say they have little, or no, confidence. Often that’s because they have bought into one of the myths that are associated with low self-confidence. So here are four myths that you can discount as being untrue. The first of[…]
Employee engagement is a much talked about subject. The 2014 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends survey suggests 78% of business leaders rate retention and engagement as urgent or important. As many global economies start to recover from recession and think more about growth it is likely that employee engagement will remain a high profile business[…]
Mastering Presentation Skills is the result of a recent invitation from John Colley to take part in The Online Learning Podcast series. John is a fellow Udemy instructor and so our discussion explores presentation tips and advice for both real world and online presenting. Below is an excerpt from our discussion which highlights what I[…]
Questioning techniques: the ability to ask better questions are vitally important. We ask questions every day. Questions are a fundamental part of how we communicate with, and understand, other people and situations. They even form a major part of how we communicate with ourselves. The trouble with something so unconsciously entwined in our day to[…]
Customer Service: When do you stop caring? Customer service is a term we hear and use often. Without customers no business will survive very long. Service has been described as a key business differentiator, a way to stand out from the competition. ‘The Customer is King’ mantra has probably been repeated in staff training sessions[…]