The way people learn and work is evolving.
Traditional training isn’t enough.
We all need performance support.
The award-winning GoodPractice toolkit is designed to improve the performance of your people through real time, easy access to learning when, where and how they need it.
Learning isn’t a one off activity, it’s continuous.
Whether your people want to check their approach, solve problems, brush up on key skills or find out more about a topic, the GoodPractice toolkit will support learning that’s happening every day in your organisation.
Create a proactive learning culture with a GoodPractice toolkit.
The content in every GoodPractice toolkit has been developed and curated by our talented team of editors and learning professionals. They create tools and resources that are practical and highly engaging for your learners.
You’ll find resources on Change Management, Leadership, Communication Skills, Time Management, Feedback and much more.
The toolkit offers multimedia video, audio and e-learning content, as well as practical exercises, top tips and ‘how to’ guides.
Our staff can get the learning they need from a five minute video or article accessed on their phone, rather than travelling to a full-day training course.
Their content is a real smorgasbord of learning activities, which keeps the learner in a positive state of curiosity and eager to explore more.
As a learning tool, Your Development Toolkit allows employees to drive their own learning, providing instant ‘performance support’ whenever employees have a specific development need.
Whether your people are at their desk PC, using their smartphone on the train, or at home with a tablet, our cutting-edge responsive technology means they can access the GoodPractice toolkit wherever they are, and whenever they need support.
The support they need is right at their fingertips.
Our team have many years experience in helping organisations get the most from their GoodPractice toolkit. We’ll be with you every step of the way to help you:
I know the GoodPractice team have always got my back and will be there to support our people wherever we need it.
Sian Murphy, Content and Learning Manager, Virgin Media.
Posted on 20th February 2018 | Posted by: Justin Anderson | Blog
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