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Psychological Safety

11 August 2021

A few years ago, Google conducted a 2-year study of more than 200 teams, Project Aristotle. Their goal was to understand the factors contributing to team success. In their book The Seven Laws of Enough Gina LaRoche and Jennifer Cohen remind us that nobody gets to where they are on their own—even Jeff Bezos, Bill […]

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Making the 20% Off-the- Job Learning Rule Work for the Business

19 July 2020

A significant part of the new trailblazer Apprenticeships and probably the most talked about ‘funding rule’ is the 20% ‘off-the-job learning’ requirement. This is defined as learning which is undertaken outside of the normal day-to-day working environment and leads towards the achievement of an Apprenticeship. This can include training that is delivered at the Apprentice’s […]

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Five Coaching Skills to Boost Employee Performance

19 March 2020

The complex and constantly changing world of work is fast paced and high pressured, and places increasingly tough demands on employees within organisations. A particularly powerful tool in the modern workplace is coaching. This has proven to be a highly effective way of developing individual and organisational performance by unlocking talent and capability.  The focus […]

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Blending Your Management Course

14 March 2020

Today’s global workforce makes it more important than ever for organisations to have flexible means of accessing meaningful management courses. As the modern workforce becomes increasingly global and mobile, a question for HR and training professionals is: How do you deliver value driven training to remote management teams who may be working from different locations, […]

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Getting your Head around EPA

08 March 2020

     National Apprenticeship Week is Here…  The buzz about trailblazer apprenticeships is everywhere currently and it has never been such an exciting time for people to progress their management and leadership careers within the UK. More than 2,600 employers are involved in designing the new apprenticeships standards with 270 apprenticeship standards being published so […]

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The Project Management Triangle

05 March 2020

Cost. Quality. Time. In an ideal world, projects would come in on budget and would be completed on time to a high standard. However, this ideal is often unrealistic, and from time to time, we are forced to compromise on one or more of these 3 elements depending on which are the project imperatives. A […]

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8 Skills Your Junior Management Staff Need to Master

15 February 2020

Without junior managers, your business would be much more difficult to run. Junior managers make your ideas come to life, and they are vital to the smooth operation of your company. As such, they need to have a set of essential skills to enable them to do their job well. So, what are the skills […]

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Getting Line Managers ready for the new Apprenticeships

15 February 2020

Line managers wear many hats from that of a mentor and coach to councillor and colleague. What this requires is a multitude of skills and techniques. They play a critical role in engaging, motivating and inspiring staff. With the new Trailblazer Apprenticeships firmly on the 2017 radar, their ability to guide and support Apprentice’s development will be […]

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18 January 2020

Adalta Development Ltd. has been officially approved by the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) to assess the new Trailblazer Apprenticeship Standards from April 2017. Apprenticeships benefit employers and individuals, and by boosting the skills of the workforce they help to improve economic productivity. The government’s apprenticeship reforms which come into play from April 2017 will support an increase in […]

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