Review of genuinely helpful blogs: (4) Centrepoint of View

Anthony Haynes writes: This post is the fourth in our occasional series of reviews of blogs that we find helpful — and that we think may be of interest to our stakeholders too. Centrepoint of View emanates from Centrepoint, a career and talent management consultancy based in Canada. The blog has a focus on organisational learning and development.… Read More

How coaching works — and what it can achieve: the coachee’s view

Anthony Haynes writes: This week’s post is the  first of a two-part case study focused on the impact of personal coaching. This week we hear the coachee’s perspective in the words of one coachee, who wishes to remain anonymous. Next week, we’ll publish the coach’s perspective. The coach concerned is Alison France, who we introduced… Read More

Curating content on training, learning, and development: Training and Learning Digest

Anthony Haynes writes: The good news is, there’s no shortage of content being published on social media about training, learning, and development. The bad news is, there’s too much to digest. After all, readers involved in these areas of work cannot spend all their time on social media sites. And even if you could, would… Read More

More, different, and better?

Anthony Haynes writes: Continuing our unilaterally declared theme of International Women’s Month, today we focus on an argument from Janine Eldred of the National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE). In the lead-up to International Women’s Sat, NIACE’s informal blog, More different, and equal, posted a series of stories. In her post on March 25th,… Read More