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Favourite Features 2005: E-learning, Management and Team Development


TrainingZONE has published some fantastic features in 2005. If you missed them first time around, here's a selection of previously published features looking at the e-learning, management/ leadership development and team building and development.


Making E-Learning Accessible
Steven Price, MD of Cylix looks at the key issues to bear in mind when developing accessible e-learning.

Playing to Learn
As the technology behind simulations becomes more accessible, Steve Dineen of Fuel envisages a time when staff will engage in e-learning for enjoyment as well as education.

Getting Started with E-Learning - Eight Questions To Think About
From understanding the potential of e-learning to understanding how to measure its ROI, Dorman Woodall, Director of Skillsoft Learning, addresses the eight key questions to ask of your e-learning strategy.

How to Devise an E-Learning Strategy
An indispensable guide from the indispensable Godfrey Parkin.

Management/ leadership development

What are we Teaching Managers?
Are managers engaged in developing the potential of their teams or simply their own careers? Godfrey Parkin suspects the latter.

Full Range Leadership Development
John Fay MBE, Managing Director of SFL Ltd, looks at the evolution and measurement of leadership development.

Speaking their Language
Simon Court, Chief Executive of Value Partnership, looks at how a business, organisation and management review (BOMR) can be used to address the development needs of senior managers.

Management Development - What's the Need?
Joe España, MD of Performance Equations Ltd, explains how to plan management development that aligns to the businesses strategic needs.

Team Building and development

Team Building and Virtual Teams – a Contradiction in Terms?
Peter Thomson, Director of Future Work Foundation at Henley Management College looks at how to build a successful team despite its disparate geography.

The Three Elements of Successful Team Development
Joe España, MD of Performance Equations Ltd, looks at how effective team development involves a process of getting the balance right between individual, unit and the wider group.

A Positive Approach to Team Development
Barry Bailey, Director of Programmes for Mobile Team Challenge, explains the Appreciative Inquiry approach, which he says gets to the core of team beliefs and performance.

Motivating Teams
Neil McCracken of Motiva Corporate Development argues that when it comes to setting inspiring team goals, the answer lies close to home.

The Secrets of Engaging Employees
Having employees who are thoroughly motivated and truly engaged with what they are doing is the "holy grail" for many organisations. Dr Charles Woodruffe explains why, and offers advice on how to achieve this ideal condition.


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