Ever come out of a performance appraisal wanting to delete it from your mind? Sometimes they can just feel like sham exercises, sometimes complete surprises. Is there a way to make them more authentic and useful? We think so...here are some ideas.
Recent blog posts (Large Corporates)
Webanywhere has been a Totara partner since February 2011. With a global team providing learning solutions to clients in over 20 countries, they’re more than familiar with the challenges of making learning happen in the corporate space. We caught up with Conor Gilligan, Head of Division, Workplace Learning, to get personal, social and performance related...
We all want to be considered authoritative and influential. Organisations can confer formal authority and influence through titles and roles. But there’s a new currency: Social authority. How do you build that? Ahead of our in-depth guide, here are a few points to boost your rankings.
Anyone who’s rolled out a technology solution knows this: There's infrastructure, then there's engagement. And the two are very different. The challenges are more about encouraging and supporting behaviour change than the system itself. Ahead of our new guides on social learning, we share 7 tips for building an audience for social learning.
Sally-Ann Moore knows a thing or two about corporate learning. She was formerly Head of Training for Digital Europe and the VP at Global Knowledge Network, managing and delivering projects for over 2million e-learners. It was at Digital that she became an early adopter of elearning. More recently she is the founder of the number 1 elearning show in France
I really like data, whilst I am interested in someone’s views I am particularly interested in evidence and insights based on data. Thus I was excited this week to catch up with Laura Overton. Laura is the MD at Towards Maturity and runs one of the largest corporate learning data collection projects. Over tea at the Institute of Directors she took me through the latest data and their findings on high impact learning departments.