Here’s some great ideas to encourage learning in your organisation.

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Five @ 5:00

Just five minutes of learning and reflection every day can be a big boost for employees. By scheduling time in their calendars, you can help them to develop their personal and professional skills. Use Skillport to assign specific learning tracks and materials or encourage people to find their own learning assets.

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7 Deadly Skills

Encourage your teams to master the 7 Deadly Skills Of the Perfect Employee. Align a selection of learning assets to each of the following categories and for every challenge completed they will be entered into your grand prize draw.

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New Habit Calendar

It takes 21 days to form a new habit so use our online calendar to make learning part of the fabric of your organisation. Quick and easy to set up and customise, this is a great asset to use alongside your core learning materials.

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Learning at Work Week

Learning at Work Week will take place from 18th-25th May 2015 and is a great opportunity for you to mark the importance of learning and development with special internal events.

Many organisations use this week to engage employees in learning and raise awareness of the opportunities that are available.

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Cultivate Your Growth

Is your team ready for the future? It’s never been more critical for your organisation at all levels, to be prepared and qualified. Don’t limit your training and development to new employees.

This internal campaign named ‘Cultivate Your Growth’ promotes growth and focuses on building a team that is better prepared and competent to take on future demands of your organisation.

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Learning Everywhere

This is the winning idea of the ‘Your Idea Here’ competition, submitted by CGI.

To support the CGI members (employees), the learning team at CGI created a whole range of learning support mechanisms and underpinned it with a focus on “Learning Everywhere”; that 70:20:10 is a journey, not a recipe.

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