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Is your Management & Leadership Development ready for 2024?

With the accelerating adoption of Generative AI, uncertainty & shifting ways of working requires organisations & L&D teams need to re-examine leadership.
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How leaders can boost connectedness to navigate uncertainty

As humans we are wired to connect with other human beings - neurologically and hormonally - so you’d think building connectedness would be easy and natural. Our latest research, however, shows it often isn’t.
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Hemsley Fraser To Run Connectedness Session at Learning Live 2023

Global learning and talent development provider Hemsley Fraser is running a session on connectedness at this year’s Learning Live conference and exhibition in London on Wednesday, September 13th.
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5 ways to challenge the mental health stigma

We are so accepting if any part of our body is breaking down. We might think that our knees are clicking through age, muscles are sore from exercising and we are happy to discuss these as we hobble around. When it comes to our brains, however, we find it more difficult to talk about our mental health state.
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How to nurture diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging through learning

Diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging continues to be a relevant topic, with more organisations recognising the importance of an inclusive workplace.
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Developing agile talent – still in the foothills but gathering pace

It’s no secret that how we develop talent needs an overhaul. Many businesses are finding their established methods simply don’t cut it any more. They need talent strategies, processes and initiatives that are responsive to very different business needs and that can cope with the pace and uncertainty and pace of today’s environment.
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Unlocking the potential of hybrid learning to enable hybrid working – five key insights

There's been a lot said about hybrid working, but much less about hybrid learning. Hybrid working is about making the best use of the times and spaces available to achieve the work outcomes needed. Hybrid learning is about making the best use of times, spaces, and opportunities to grow skills and capabilities.
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What does the 'Great Resignation' mean for the world of Learning and Development?

The stress, chaos, and uncertainty of the pandemic has resulted in millions of people taking a step back to re-examine how they approach work. This examination has led to employees rethinking their careers, and for many, that means leaving their jobs.
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Getting ahead of the future skills revolution - Learning Live

Couldn’t make Learning Live? No problem. Here are key insights from our panel discussion hosted by Laura Walker, with Mark Penny from PMI, Caroline Caddick from Zurich Insurance, and Steve Thompson from Greystar.  
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