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Paul Matthews Best Practice Guides stack

Download one of Paul’s 6 free Best Practice Learning and Development Guides.

Written by Paul Matthews, each of these practical guides delves into some core areas of Learning & Development.

Regarded as an authority in the Learning and Development space, Paul’s been praised by former clients for breaking down the principles of L&D in a relatable, easy-to-understand way. Communicating the fundamentals of L&D easily and enabling learners to get to grips with them quickly, led to him writing these six exclusive best practice guides.

They provide insight and advice on key concepts that are vital to anybody in an L&D role. They’ll introduce you to ideas that are at the forefront of L&D thinking. They’re short and practical – and written to help you take action. Our goal is to help you unlock your potential and enhance your performance. So browse, help yourself, and share if you’d like to.

“The guides have arrived safely; many thanks! They are well-produced, clearly written and thought-provoking – I’m extremely glad to have them.”

linda. L&D manager

e-learning vs e-Reference – a vital distinction

Maybe this Guide will fundamentally change your thinking, or perhaps it will confirm that you’re on the right track.

Either way, it’s worth the few minutes it takes to read it. And it might save you from making an expensive mistake.

How to harness informal learning without killing it

It’s learning that just happens. It isn’t scheduled. It’s spontaneous.

In this Guide, discover why it’s the powerhouse of learning and how you can start to make it work for your organisation.

Helping you select a computer-based system to support staff learning and development

There’s no denying that choosing a computer-based system isn’t an easy process. The method described in this Guide helps break down the complexity into simple steps, and provides a process within so you can make a sound decision that minimises risk.

What their interdependence means for you

There is a strong link between leadership and learning, and this guide explains that link and where engagement fits into the mix. The Guide also shows how the organisational learning environment can act as a brake or accelerator on the effects of leadership.

How to support new managers so they become capable more quickly

How do managers in your organisation get started? Sink or swim? There’s a better way to help you minimise the risk of losing new managers – and Paul outlines it in this thought-provoking and practical Guide.

How to find out what stops people being capable

Capability is a slippery concept. It’s also one that many organisations don’t focus on. Yet capability actually comes down to a simple question: can the worker do the task at the point of work? Find out how to decide what you need to do to turn incapability into capability.

Tips booklets

Paul loves writing tips, so here are three books full of useful ones to amuse you on your commute…

Paul’s aim is to inspire you, provoke thought and deliver tangible solutions to everyday problems through his free tips booklets. They’re ideal as a learning resource as well as starting point for training and development. We think you’ll find them useful even if you don’t work in the L&D function of your organisation. Read more about them and download your free e-copies by following the links below.

“Just to say a very big ‘Thank you’ for your tips. I have found them thought provoking and insightful. They have given me food for thought about my own actions and behaviours with others.”

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17 Essential Tips for L&D People

50 Essential Tips for Managers

50 Essential Tips for You at Work

Monday tip

We started sending out practical weekly tips by email to all our customers, and they liked them so much that we decided to make them available to everybody, completely free of charge and with no obligation whatsoever.

You can get them free too… simply fill in the form.

The tips are short, sharp and – most importantly – immediately useful and practical. Often, tips will also give you access to a complete page in the Performance100 Assistant toolkit to see further information and more detail, even if you aren’t a registered user!

Every email includes an unsubscribe link, so you can stop them at any time, and we won’t cry. Honest!

“I just wanted to say ‘well done’”. I get a stack of junk every day in my inbox and I am constantly deleting rubbish. I get a few people who I know who occasionally get the balance of content and brevity right, but it is rare, however, you surprise me every week. It’s brief, it’s useful and there is more on the site if I need it. Well done!”

Earl Lynch, Managing Director

“The first email I read each Monday on my personal email is yours. It is always refreshing and lets me take a few moments about my thoughts, desires and actions in personal and professional life. So, many thanks for that and please continue.”

Lenny

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