What is Learning at Work Week?

Learning at Work Week (LAW Week) is a unique annual event led nationally by Campaign for Learning, to build learning cultures at work. It aims to put a spotlight on the importance and benefits of continual learning and development.
Unleash your learning power with our selection of handpicked resources designed to help you and your team. From insightful articles to engaging podcasts and informative webinars, we’ve got you covered.  

Watch our on-demand webinars:

Personal development and leveraging LinkedIn
Speaker: Steph Bright

Networking has become an increasingly crucial skill, especially as teams become more remote. So how do you navigate networking to support your personal development, and use tools like LinkedIn to promote your personal brand and individual growth? This session will cover practical skills to help you enhance your networking skills and the fundamentals of using LinkedIn as one tool to help you on your journey.

On-demand webinar: How to work in hybrid teams
Speaker: James Eynon

It’s been a four-year journey since hybrid working transitioned from being a hurdle for a select few to a widespread challenge. Finding the right technology to support new ways of working is one thing, but far more important is the methodology behind it. How do I engage with my team effectively? How do I remain visible? How can I excel in a hybrid world? This discussion strips away the fancy technological solutions to find the inconvenient truth that sits behind all such questions, as well as some practical tips that you can implement immediately within your teams.

On-demand webinar: How to identify and avoid burnout
Speaker: Mark Wetton

Burnout goes beyond simply ‘being stressed’, and there are in fact many types of burnout that could be contributing to the feeling that achieving anything is totally impossible. This webinar will help you identify signs and pressure points of burnout and coping mechanisms you can develop to manage and prevent burnout happening.

Further resources:

Three ways to cultivate a positive learning culture

When learning and culture are closely aligned, they reinforce one another and serve as a powerful catalyst for employee development and organisational success.

Embracing neurodiversity

This report looks at how organisations can embrace neurodiversity as part of the diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) agenda, and incorporate strategies to educate employees.

The Big Questions - a Capita learning and development podcast series

In this series of conversations, Capita Senior Learning Consultant James Eynon meets with a range of L&D practitioners across industries and sectors to discuss the big questions in learning.

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