Jun 28 2012

Managing the changes Universities face

Thank you to Claudia Bell for today’s thoughtful guest post on how HR will need to adapt to changing universities and the higher education market. Claudia writes for JobsGoPublic who offer a selection of public sector job opportunities, including HR and housing jobs. As the pressures of the modern world, a flagging economy and global …

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Jun 28 2012

Caption competition: executive coaching

June’s caption competition – £5 Amazon voucher up for grabs! This month’s newsletter offers a comprehensive introduction to executive coaching, so this is the theme of our caption competition this month too; we look forward to reading your suggestions! Check back here on Friday 6th of July for the winner or follow ClaireWalshLCP on Twitter. …

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Jun 26 2012

Support for working mothers: what you can do and why you need to do it

We’re grateful to Carlina Yepinski for this fantastic guest post; Carlina is the primary researcher and writer for networkmonitoring.org. Her most recent accomplishments includes graduating from Kentucky State with a degree in communications and computer science. Her current focus for the site involves home network monitoring and internet security. The recent controversial cover of Time …

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Jun 21 2012

How letting your team talk about themselves may make them more productive

We’re pleased to welcome another fabulous guest poster to the LCP blog today; Amanda Jennings is a freelance researcher and copywriter who has been working in the financial and management sector for over four years. Her usual work sees her writing on behalf of a money transfer company and a few other B2B journals. At …

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Jun 19 2012

How to structure and deliver effective training for your workforce

Welcome to Tim Hoff writing today’s guest post; Tim works for American Trainco in various roles including marketing, writing and assuring that training instruction is of the highest quality. Trainco provides electrical training courses in addition to courses around HVAC, plant management and much more across North America. Your employees are your most important investment—giving …

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Jun 14 2012

What funding and support is available for SMEs?

A guide to government funding for SMEs and LCP’s new People Management and Development Review We know for many organisations trying to keep up with what Government funding is available for SMEs can be challenging. In the last few years we have had Train to Gain, the Leadership and Management Grant run by the Leadership …

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Jun 11 2012

Learning from the achievements of the Olympic Park

Thanks to Gareth Cartman for kindly writing this guest post for the LCP blog; Gareth blogs regularly on B2B Marketing, Human Resources and Occupational Health issues. The Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) was recently presented with an award for the Safest Olympic Build ever. While this sounds, initially, to be a ‘made-up’ award, the facts speak …

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Jun 08 2012

Encouraging employees to back environmental policy

Thanks to Laura Jennings for today’s guest blog post; Laura writes on behalf of QMS International, a UK based company providing ISO 14001 certifications for environmental management worldwide. When you’re trying to manage your commitment to the environment, it can be tough to encourage all team members to pull together to do their bit. They’re …

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May 29 2012

Seth Godin on time management: it may seem urgent but is it important?

It may seem urgent but is it important? Seth Godin blogged at the beginning of this year on the tendency we all can have to begin the working day by checking ‘the incoming’ – in other words the emails from our manager, Facebook updates from friends, latest tweets, RSS feeds etc. Being quick to respond …

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May 23 2012

Caption competition: stress at work

May’s caption competition – £5 Amazon voucher up for grabs! This month’s newsletter offers advice for reducing stress at work, particularly for middle managers who are under extra pressure according to CIPD research earlier this year. If you’d like to receive our newsletters, simply sign up here; we’ll send it the next one out on …

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