Why 70/20/10 doesn’t work!

The 70/20/10 model is widely accepted as the way most development should be constructed in organisations today.  For those of you not familiar with it, in essence the framework says effective learning is a combination of:-   70% of learning completed done on the job and...

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One:One – Trevor Brown

In this One:One video we sat down and chatted to Trevor Brown the Headteacher at St Joseph’s Roman Catholic High School in Newport South Wales, who was one of the first Headteachers we ever worked with.   Over the last four years most of the Middle Leaders...

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More Wisdom From A 6 Year Old

I know I’ve written about my daughter before, but I genuinely learn so much from her.   Rae is only 6 although in her view she can do anything already. Her favourite phrase at the moment is “I can do that!”   From driving a car, (no I haven’t...

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Balancing My Leadership Activity

  Here’s the latest of our 5 minute leadership Q&A’s. It’s a slightly different Q&A this time, in this one we try to help tackle an issue that many leaders face which is balancing their leadership activity and responsibility with all the other things they need...

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One:One – Jonathan Such

  Throughout our careers we have met many leaders in various organisations; each with very different experiences.  With this in mind, and in another one of our occasional video series, we decided to sit down and chat with a few of these people so they can...

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Debunking 3 Key Feedback Myths

So we were recently lucky enough to be in Sydney, Australia working and decided to use the fantastic backdrop in a short vlog we recorded whilst out there.   Feedback is always a popular topic on the programmes we deliver and we wanted to just detail 3...

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