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Learning how to facilitate change

As a facilitator I need to keep abreast of new developments in facilitation and study good practice to see how it can help my clients. Most problems and issues arise because of the speed the world is changing and motivating the people is vital for the businesses' continued growth and development. Managing change in any organisation is never easy so it was with a little trepidation that I approa...
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Are you responsible for your own learning?

I am delivering the Certificate in Learning and Development Practice at level 3 at a local CIPD Centre and we have spent quite some time on how to carry out a learning needs analysis for a client or company staff in order to be able to select the most appropriate learning approach.   But what can you do if you are running a small business or working on your own with no one to check out your skills...
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Understanding People series on Motivation No.1 – The Basics

We are delighted to welcome Julia Papworth of Wisdom Learning as our guest blogger this month.   Julia's  philosophy and mission is to enable adults and children to make learning and leadership easy and fun. She coaches and teaches people to build a refined awareness of themselves, their families and their work colleagues. Our children are our future, and she believes we are, as adults the model f...
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Mark Twain was right

It does take three weeks to write an impromptu speech! I have always loved the quote that says "If at first you succeed try to hide your astonishment."  Nothing could be truer than my attempt to make a video to share some useful tips for putting together and delivering a presentation.  This is a medium I have never tried before and I still have a lot to learn.  Despite preparing my script and r...
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