The Leadership Space: Loved, Lonely – or simply contradictory?

The Leadership Space: Loved, Lonely – or simply contradictory?

    Two things I remember from receiving a major (and unexpected) promotion years ago: 1) getting onto the train home so excited that I wanted to broadcast the news to a carriage-load of tired strangers (I didn’t!), and 2) walking... Read More
People Remember More Than We Thought

People Remember More Than We Thought

People do NOT remember 10% of what they read, 20% of what they see, 30% of what they hear, etc. That information, and similar pronouncements are fraudulent. Moreover, general statements on the effectiveness of learning methods are not credi... Read More
Oliver Johnston's Thoughts on the Upcoming National Conference

Oliver Johnston's Thoughts on the Upcoming National Conference

Indra Nooyi, CEO PepsiCo, refers to the 'Brilliant Disruption' in describing the age of exponential change that we are all facing. It's real and it's upon us now. How do Training and Development professionals in Ireland respond?   In June 17, ... Read More
Does Your Workplace Have a Development Culture?

Does Your Workplace Have a Development Culture?

Baby Boomers will soon be exiting the workforce in the masses. Millennials will accept positions to replace them. According to the Bureau of Labour Statistics, by 2020, there will be a huge shift in workplaces as Baby Boomers retire and Millenni... Read More
Reflections on the Jobs and Skills of the Future

Reflections on the Jobs and Skills of the Future

As the parent of an 8-year old I am constantly bombarded by messages about what the future holds, especially what skills will be required when – in 12-14 years’ time – she hopefully (!) enters the job market. Let’s face i... Read More
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