Monthly Archives: December 2011

Jean McNiff Workshop

Here are my reflections on a year of teacher professional development and coaching in 2011. What is my concern? My concern remains that we are living in a time of great change, and that students will need to be prepared for the world with a bigger… Continue reading

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The gap is widening. Which will you be?

We are standing on the precipice of 2012. Still at the beginning of one of the greatest periods of opportunity ever in human history. While there has always been opportunity, the sea of changes we’ve experienced over the past few years have uneart… Continue reading

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Nine Steps to Senior Leadership for Women

Although girls outperform boys at school, women are underrepresented at the top of most organisations. At the age of around 30, when career-shaping events happen, many women choose to start a family. Once you step off the fast track, it’s very dif… Continue reading

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Final thoughts on 2012

Cross posted from http://tlcommunityunitec.ning.com/profiles/blogs/final-thoughts-for-the-year As we head towards the end of the year, it is a good time to take stock of our achievements, and plans. I always go back and reconsider my year’s goals,… Continue reading

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Why do trainers find it hard to make the move to becoming business partners?

Posted by Nigel Harrison in Strategy on Mon, 11/21/2011 – 09:30 1inShare Following on from an interview at this year’s World of Learning, Nigel Harrison expands on his mantra of getting the L&D function of its comfort zone and into the partnering … Continue reading

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Revving Up Small and Medium-Sized Businesses

When these enterprises thrive, they spur much-needed job creation. Here’s how business owners can achieve significant organic growth. by Steve Crabtree Page: 123 Russell Knudsen has been crunching some new numbers. Knudsen is the cofounder and dir… Continue reading

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Heretical Leadership

Leadership expert Barry Jackson carries on with his assessment of the challenges surrounding modern leadership. While people who bring trivial problems to your door may be irritating, there are a number of crucial benefits to handling such problem… Continue reading

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