• The English Margin, Education First

    EF Education First’s research report – The English Margin – highlights the impact that English fluency can have on an international business’ bottom line, from supply chain implications to sales revenues. To learn more, please click the link button below.

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  • Ashridge research into Generation Y

    At Ashridge we've been researching Generation Y since 2009, testing the commonly held assumptions and stereotypes about this generation. Our on-going programme of research has investigated multiple aspects of Generation Y and those they work with, including the wider range of generations in the workplace.

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  • Employment Law Essential – Game of Thrones: Bird & Bird

    A short leaflet with tips and advice on how to stay up-to-date on employment law changes, as well as topic-specific tips on issues like immigration, collective redundancies and poor performance.

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  • Dialogue, Duke

    Dialogue, Duke CE’s journal created in partnership with LID Publishing, is the only journal specifically designed for global leaders and managers around the world.

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  • Mobilise to realise: Job seeker insights for mobile recruitment success, IBM

    Job seekers are increasingly using mobile devices to search for and apply for new positions. Likewise, many organisations recognise that mobile recruitment enables them to reach the largest possible pool of talent. In this white paper, the IBM Smarter Workforce Institute (SWI) presents research findings about why and how potential job seekers use mobile in their job searches and what concerns and expectations they have. The results provide organisations with clear insights into how they can attract talent via mobile technologies.

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  • Learning to perform: The science of adult learning – Lane4

    As the business landscape continues to change, the skills required to succeed shift with it. Organisations are faced with the daunting challenge of ensuring that their employees are able to navigate both today and tomorrow's business challenges. An understanding and application of lessons from the science of adult learning can help to construct a Skills Academy that accelerates learning, fosters sustainable behaviour change and enhances business performance. By reading this article on the science of adult learning, you will:
    • Understand what L&D can learn from the science of adult learning
    • Discover the unique challenges posed by adult learning
    • Become aware of the evidence-based strategies that can facilitate L&D before, during and after a skills academy course

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  • The Case For Curiosity, Duke CE

    Based on a CEO study, Duke CE CEO Michael Canning writes about the importance of curiosity as a means to help leaders engage with new challenges, experiment and learn faster, and build organizations that gain from disorder.

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  • 4 Ways to Change Employee Behaviour, IMD

    Explore what leaders need to do to help people change their behaviour and improve their performance.

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  • Leading In Context – Duke CE CEO Study

    Duke CE's CEO Study identified the seven key sense-abilities leaders must have to successfully navigate our changed leadership context.

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  • From Grit to Pearl: Enhancing the role and influence of the Learning and Development Professional, Ashridge

    This research explores the challenges faced by L&D practitioners in establishing themselves as strategic partners and exerting real influence within their organisations. Through interviews with Heads of L&D, HR Managers and senior operational managers from B&Q, Siemens and AXA Australia, the research considers how the profession can tackle and overcome some of these challenges and position themselves as influential strategic partners.

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