Learning & Development

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.
how to collect training feedback to improve employee development How to get good feedback on training from employees The benefits of getting feedback from your teams on the impact of your training are huge. Get up to speed here.
preboarding strategies for new hires 6 pre-boarding strategies to keep new hires engaged before their first day Did you know that nearly half of employees leave their job within 90 days? Get your strategy right before they even sit down at their desks.
what trainers can learn from King Richard What training managers can learn from King Richard If you've seen the film King Richard, you'll know how inspiring Richard's approach to training his two daughters was. Learn from his strategies and mistakes.
Does hybrid work make it harder to train? Does hybrid work make it harder to train? Three-quarters of employers now offer some form of hybrid working. If hybrid work is here to stay, what does this mean for L&D?
bottom up approach to learning content creation and sharing A bottom-up approach to learning content creation and sharing Giving learners more ownership — via a bottom-up approach to L&D — is one of the most powerful ways of keeping top talent and making them feel valued.
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?
e-learning during recession E-learning during a recession: how to spend money efficiently How do you recession-proof your Learning & Development approach? Quick tip: You *certainly* don’t stop running L&D altogether.
how to conduct a training needs analysis How to conduct a training needs analysis: definitions, benefits and step-by-step instructions Conducting a training needs analysis is the first step to developing a successful training programme. But what is a training needs analysis? And how can you conduct one?
training for trainers Training for trainers: 5 skills all effective coaches need and how to develop them Get your training for trainers right and elevate your Learning & Development across the board! Here’s our guide to effective training for trainers and the 5 skills that great coaches need.
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onboarding-checklists Onboarding templates and checklists to design great new-hire experiences Ease your recruits into their roles, answer any questions they may have, and introduce them to their management, co-workers and new company with these onboarding templates and checklists.
learning-delivery-methods How to perfect your eLearning content distribution strategy Are you using the best distribution strategy for your L&D content? Here we compare the pros and cons of the most common L&D delivery methods so you can find the right fit.
effective peer feedback loop 6 tips to create a truly effective peer feedback loop Peer feedback creates the opportunity for employees to learn what it takes to perform well in the job role. So, how can you create an effective peer feedback loop?
digital transformation of l and d The digital transformation of L&D – before, now and in the future A digital transformation of learning is taking place. In response, more and more digital learning solutions are emerging. But what effect are they having on L&D initiatives now? And what will digital learning look like in the future?
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.