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Dr. Donald Kirkpatrick Dies

By The Editor | 23rd May 2014

All at LMI-UK were very saddened to hear the news on Friday, 9 May 2014, that Dr. Donald L Kirkpatrick had died.  He is noted as the man who almost singlehandedly made the industry aware of the critical importance of measuring training effectiveness and exerted immeasurable influence on learning and development. His four levels of training…

The Total Leader – May 2014

By The Editor | 20th May 2014

Build Your Goals in All Areas of Life Successful people set goals, and they make certain alltheir actions and activities contribute to the achievement of their goals. They take action in a logical, reasonable, and organized manner to attain the results they have identified as important to them. Successful people increase their productivity through controlling their priorities. Setting Priorities…

The Total Leader – LMI Newsletter April 2014

By The Editor | 16th April 2014

The Total Leader is LMI’s Newsletter. Articles this month include: Multiply Success with Motivation Preparing a Motivational Climate Balance Behaviour Styles to Motivate Give your Persuasive Skills a Boost Build a Foundation for Communication Strengthen your Sense of Identity Bridging the Gap Between Potential and Performance To read the Newsletter click this link    …

Year to Date Results

By The Editor | 1st April 2014

LMI-UK record some fantastic results from the 1st Quarter 2014 FANTASTIC RESULT No1 98% above Plan… INCREDIBLE RESULT No2 82% increase over the same period last year.  WONDERFUL RESULT No3 84% increase in actual programme sales over the same time last year. Thank you to all those with whom we work and we look forward…

HR Grapevine Monday 31st March 2014

By The Editor | 31st March 2014

87% of the global workforce feels as though they are not actively engaged in their jobs, according to Gallup’s State of the Global Workplace report. Only 13% feel engaged, have job satisfaction in their work and are focused on creating value for their employer. The report finds that companies with higher employee engagement see better…

Bosses today rarely apologise and inspire less trust

By The Editor | 4th February 2014

Only 5% of UK employees and 3% in EMEA  get an apology from their boss whenever they make a mistake, which is affecting levels of trust in leaders and employee engagement according to a global survey. The Global Leadership Pulse survey found that 49% of staff claim their boss never or rarely apologises, yet in…

Is the economic crisis continuing?

By The Editor | 25th November 2013

Not for LMI-UK and the clients who use us. At the end of November LMI-UK will officially record a 25.8% growth in business against the whole of 2012, and with more new contracts confirmed through to the middle of February 2014. As the UK economy awakens from the past few years of downturn, companies are…

The Empowerment Imperative

By The Editor | 8th November 2013

During this past week (ended 08th Nov) I attended three excellent events in Central Manchester, each with a distinct focus. Yet the concept of the Empowerment Imperative straddled them all: a) The Manchester Creative Studio school for 14-19 year opening Sept 2014 is the new type of workbased, work styled environment where students will have…

Senior managers are in denial about low levels of trust in their organisations, warns CIPD

By The Editor | 25th October 2013

One in three employees rate trust in senior managers as weak, but those at the top have a rosier view More than one in three employees report that their level of trust in senior managers is weak (34%), while an overwhelming majority report that they trust in their colleagues and line managers to some or…