Resources: Learning

The Resources Library provides all kinds of interesting small articles, training and learning tools, research papers and ‘think-pieces’ plus other materials that are all free to use (for non-commercial purposes).

Becoming more employable – use this assessment tool

‘Employability’ has become a big issue in business and a major hurdle for job-hunters, young people especially.  With so many graduates job-hunting, and ‘credentialism’ having so inflated entry levels for jobs, getting on that first rung of the employment ladder or making a career move can be a challenge.  Sometimes young people are so focussed

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Social Styles Diagram

Social Styles – which one are you? Merril and Reid’s work on identify social styles helps you to identify your preferred way of interacting – the style you generally display and deploy at work.

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‘Management’ – where did it come from?

‘Management’ is one of the most enduring and pervasive social ideas of our time. For good or ill it pervades working life, organisations, economics and consumption as well as our cherished public institutions and services. 

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8 ways to win a funding bid

Having won many highly competitive funding bids and contracts from the likes of government departments , CCGs, Local Authorities, Big Lottery, trusts and the like, these 8 tips summarise the essence of a successful pitch.

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