Helen Bligh
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How well does L&D offer a competitive advantage for your company?

I met up with a friend, recently, who was really enthusiastic about a course that she had recently attended at work. “That’s great!” I said, “How did it support you once you were back at work? Did you make any changes?” (I know, 2 questions in one, isn’t great). She looked quizzical. “So, what made it such a great course?”, I asked.  “It was lovely for us to all be together and have some time for us away from work”, she answered.  Now whilst, this might have been really important for the group,…See More
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Building the L&D department of the futureDonald H Taylor, chairman of the Learning Technologies ConferenceFeel under pressure? You’re not alone. The traditional model of learning and development (L&D) is straining to meet the needs of today’s businesses.…See More
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L&D Consultant
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Helen Bligh Consulting
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Europe
About me:
Using years of experience in commercial roles in the pharmaceutical industry, changing people’s eating habits as a Dietitian combined with PuMP® performance measures, I support people and businesses achieve the results they are looking for. I distil strategy into meaningful ways to change capabilities & performance; then measure them in a way that is meaningful to you,  your teams and your customers; 
I'm on LinkedIn or 0788 0788 499, if you'd like to chat and find out more.

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How well does L&D offer a competitive advantage for your company?

Posted on October 5, 2018 at 15:17 0 Comments

I met up with a friend, recently, who was really enthusiastic about a course that she had recently attended at work. “That’s great!” I said, “How did it support you once you were back at work? Did you make any changes?” (I know, 2 questions in one, isn’t great). She looked quizzical. “So, what made it such a great course?”, I asked.  “It was lovely for us to all be together and have some time for us away from work”, she answered.  Now whilst, this might have been really important for the…

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