Company Culture

The latest updates, stories, ideas and guides from the MLH team

p2p-learning-and-mentorship P2P learning and the power of mentorship Peer-to-peer learning can be a really useful L&D tool for facilitating knowledge sharing across an organisation. But only if it’s done correctly.
Changing roles in Learning & Development The correlation between changing roles in L&D Changing times require an adaptive way of enabling people to perform. So it makes sense that traditional roles within the L&D sector are changing too.
techniques that enhance employee performance 5 techniques to use to enhance employee performance Improving employee performance should be top of the list for managers. Explore our top tips to create a culture of communication, collaboration, and trust.
organisational changemakers Organisational changemakers & how they enable change through learning Some people have a natural affinity for persuasion and encouraging positive change. How can you identify them and help them help you?
10 jobs with the best work-life balance 10 jobs with the best work-life balance What is the best job to have for a great work-life balance? We’ve gone through the top 10 jobs for work-life balance to answer this.
unconscious-bias-workplace Understanding unconscious bias in the workplace What unconscious bias is, why it’s a problem, and what we can do to prevent it from impacting others in the workplace.
developing and retaining high potential employees Developing & retaining high-potential employees Employers believe that money is the answer to employee retention but employees don’t agree. Explore how you can identify high-potential employees — and how you can hold onto them.
summer reads Book recommendations: Holiday season Whether at the beach, in the countryside or on a city staycation, plan for your reading peace and quiet with these picks.
generational-theory-elearning Generational theory in corporate learning: how to do training for Gen Z, Y, X, and Boomers Gen Z, Millennials, Gen X and Baby Boomers are now working side by side in organisations up and down the country. This generational mix brings opportunities for employers but also presents challenges that managers have to address.
different-generations-workplace The one value that unites generational differences in the workplace There are now four generational groups in workplaces: Boomers, Gen Xers, Millennials and Zoomers. With the focus often on the differences between generations, we often forget about the common ground — and the one value that unites them.