6 February 2013

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How People Learn – Implications for Organisations

Learning ability is a vital ingredient in organisational effectiveness – particularly how an organisation improves, innovates and rectifies any shortcomings. An organisation that doesn’t learn well will suffer operationally, reputationally and financially, will be unattractive to both customers and employees, and may become subject to regulatory action. Within his most recent article, CRF Associate Andrew Lambert sets out some of the important learning-led issues that should be on an organisation's agenda in order to be fit for the future.

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5 July 2017

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5 July 2017

Unipart Group Case Study - Learning

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14 February 2013

Developing Great Leadership - Interview with Dr. Stephen Bungay, Ashridge

Following our Developing Great Leadership meeting, Dr. Stephen Bungay, Director at Ashridge Strategic Management Centre, identifies the key elements for effective learning development programmes and discusses how you can you improve a person’s leadership capabilities.

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14 February 2013

Developing Great Leadership - Interview with Dr. Geoff Bird

Following our Developing Great Leadership meeting, leading cognitive neuroscientist Dr. Geoff Bird identifies the most effective way for adults to learn and how can you motivate learning within your teams.

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