Since becoming UK Law in October 2010, the Equality Act has received a great deal of press with recognisable discrimination cases in professional and international football, sports media, healthcare, leisure and the police, to name but a few.
When a top five Fortune 500 company set out to elevate its internal performance by ensuring strong core skills for new hires, Technology Transfer Services was up to the task of creating a large pool of global-ready training resources. Our company was identified as the prime training vendor—tasked to coordinate project delivery, help design visual guides and instructions, and to provide software training—all on top of producing a bulk of the training material, including approximately 160 elearning modules.
Ever wondered how to write a marketing plan? Laurent Timmermans, Founder and Managing Director of Athenasia Consulting Ltd, recently uploaded his "Marketing Plan Made Easy" course on OpenSesame to simplify the planning process. He shares what his course covers and the unique delivery that ensures users walk away with a plan in their hands.
It seems counterintuitive at first glance: learning marketing and creative skills like copywriting or graphic design online? Don't those skills need an in-person teacher?
But not only is that not the case—it can actually be the opposite. Marketing and creative proficiency are actually perfect skills to acquire in an elearning environment. Here’s why.
It seems logical that positive people would be more productive than negative people. The National Resource Center (NRC) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services characterizes negativity as a virus. You know how flu and colds spread throughout an office? Negativity spreads just as fast. In fact, a steadily negative atmosphere leads to tardiness, absenteeism, dissatisfaction, errors—and on and on. On the other hand, a positive work environment leads to greater productivity and, thus, profitability.
So, how do you create a positive workplace?