Category Archives: Supervision

Fighting fires: experience versus qualifications

Gas towers litter our urban landscapes: rusted, towering steel mushrooms that rise and fall throughout the day. They’re so ubiquitous that i’d never really given them much thought, so it was just a moment of idle curiosity that led me … Continue reading

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Devolved responsibility for learning: a modern approach?

Who is responsible for your learning in an organisation? I ask the question as we increasingly see the devolution of authority and responsibility, from large, long term, structured programmes through to self serve, performance supporting, ‘just in time’ interventions. It’s … Continue reading

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Having a good day? Why some days are better than others and what we can learn from this.

Yesterday was an extremely good day. It’s only the act of thinking that that made me wonder how many other days fall short of the mark. I started the day with five things to do and, not only did i … Continue reading

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