• 9 Minutes of reading

    Published on 02 December 2022.

    Training managers know that capturing learners' attention and keeping them engaged are the keys to successful training. Interactive training also helps to keep the individual in the workflow, i.e., to keep their concentration at a high level. The flow represents the optimal balance between the simplicity and complexity of the training: content aligned with the learner's abilities and needs combined with subtle interactivity optimizes their involvement.


  • 11 Minutes of reading

    Published on 21 November 2022.

    Both verbal and non-verbal communication are equally important. Whether it is the words spoken, an attitude or a certain look, they all have a great influence on how we communicate with others.


  • 13 Minutes of reading

    Published on 14 November 2022.

    A professional skills assessment is an essential step for companies, with the interest being better human capital. Measuring the level of skills means shining a light on a workforce's strengths and weaknesses, and therefore a company's ability to perform in its market. Evaluating skills also means promoting the harmonious career progression of employees within the organisation. Nowadays, employee retention is a crucial issue in a context of "great resignation".  


  • 13 Minutes of reading

    Published on 07 November 2022.

    The HR area has seen some profound shifts in recent years. Human resources professionals have been on the front line since the first months of the health crisis, and their central role within organisations is sure to continue. The 2019 Gartner Performance Management Benchmarking Survey reported that 81% of HR managers report having made changes to performance management.


  • 13 Minutes of reading

    Published on 07 November 2022.

    The value of an employee lies in their professional skills. By skills, we of course mean technical and business skills (hard skills), but not only that - an employee's skills and abilities cover a much wider field.


  • 15 Minutes of reading

    Published on 04 November 2022.

    Developing our interpersonal skills is essential in the current (and future) work environment. Creativity, leadership, adaptability and autonomy are qualities increasingly sought-after by employers. Interpersonal skills determine well-being at work, career development and the success of the company as a whole. Rise Up zooms in on interpersonal skills and gives you solutions on how to improve them.


  • 12 Minutes of reading

    Published on 27 October 2022.

    Learning new skills is essential for all employees, whatever their career objectives: changing company, strengthening their expertise, moving to a managerial position, retraining... Professions and jobs are evolving, so this means employees must continuously develop new skills and knowledge and enter uncharted territories. The digitalisation of work is a major underlying trend, with the omnipresence of digital technology and the advance of artificial intelligence.


  • 9 Minutes of reading

    Published on 19 October 2022.

    Keeping abreast of the latest innovations in the world of EdTech, a practice increasingly used for workplace learning came up: User-Generated Content. UGC for short, is a principle that encourages employees to create their own educational content so that it can be reused as part of the company’s Learning & Development plan.  


  • 16 Minutes of reading

    Published on 18 October 2022.

    The integration of hybrid work in companies is no longer an isolated phenomenon, reserved for certain "pioneering" organisations. Now, hybrid work is becoming the norm. However, according to a survey by Sapio Research and workplace platform provider Envoy, most UK workers prefer to spend some time in the office with 57% opting for a hybrid work model. Meanwhile, 38% indicated they preferred to work at the office full-time, and only 5% would like to work remotely all the time.


  • 13 Minutes of reading

    Published on 18 October 2022.

    Every employee has surely experienced the frustration of time-consuming meetings that don't achieve anything constructive. Increasingly viewed as a bad example of collaborative work, employees find their interest wanes, and they become more passive.


  • 14 Minutes of reading

    Published on 18 October 2022.

    Work emails can be a real bugbear for employees. All employees know what it's like to face a daily barrage of emails, or even worse, returning from a holiday to a deluge of emails. An average of 88 emails are received every day in work according to a survey carried out by research firm Radicati Group . Executives appear to be particularly sought-after: according to an Adobe study, they spend more than half their day checking their email (5 hours on average)!


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