Helping people play to their strengths has been a major part of my work for over 10 years and – as a Gallup-certified strengths coach – I spend a lot of my time helping people work with their strengths (and their weaknesses!). In Learning & Development, strengths and weaknesses are mentioned frequently but a lot of what I see shared isn’t actually a true representation of what it means to play to your strengths.
Some thoughts about my Personal Learning Network (PLN)
A session at the CIPD L&D Show 2015 by Laura Overton (Towards Maturity) @LauraOverton, Lisa Johnson (Barnardo’s) @TuppyMagic, chaired by Ruth Stuart (CIPD) @RStuartCIPD.
The CIDP14 event: Leaders in Learning: exploring new tools and skills in people development, starting with Ignite presentations from Andy Lancaster (CIPD), Niall Gavin (FirstGroup), Paul Taylor (NHS Employers), and Perry Timms (PTHR).
CIPD14 session from Aimee O’Malley and Steph Fastre of Google UK on their approach to learning, and how people data informs that approach.
CIPD14 session on overcoming the barriers to effective leadership, with case studies from Alex Lewis (BAE Systems), Sarah James (Crime Reduction Initiatives), and Jamie Ryan (Millers Oils)
The CIPD is changing. This is a live-blog of Peter Cheese’s keynote at the CIPD Northern Area Partnership in York, June 2014, where he talked about the future for HR and the CIPD.
Social Media is changing everything. This is a live-blog of Gemma Reucroft’s opening keynote at the CIPD Northern Area Partnership in York, June 2014, where Gemma talks about how HR can embrace social media.
Emerging discoveries in NeuroScience are helping to improve our approaches to Learning & Development, supporting much of what we already know to be best practice.
An overview from Dr. Jacqui Grey (NeuroLeadership Institute) on how neuroscience is providing new insights into effective leadership and performance