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Friday G&T

Friday G&T

Discover your Friday G&T (Gift & Tonic); a short piece of writing to spark a moment of creativity or create a minute of stillness. Published every Friday, these pieces are here to give your week a little lift. If you would like to receive these directly to your inbox, please email Louise. The Art of Being If you’re lucky enough, over…

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Writing to engage people online

  Louise Clifton examines why bringing humanity to your writing is essential to engage people online, and how you can get people to stick around to read what you’ve written.   Carefully nuanced arguments are lost to time-poor readers and a scrolling thumb. Technology has changed our habits. We often talk about generation Z’s diminishing attention span, but few of…

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It’s a Mentor-full world!

  The benefits of mentoring are widely accepted. Gifting your experience and expertise to another can be both professionally rewarding and personally satisfying. But is there more to it than that? Paul Gentle explores the powerful synergy that can evolve from this relationship and shares his personal story of what happened when he mentored a more junior colleague.   Right…

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Start-up Learning Provider of the year 2019

Start-up Learning Provider of the Year 2019: Invisible Grail shortlisted

  Selection as finalists in high-profile awards recognises our innovation and impact   Invisible Grail is delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted in the Start-up Learning Provider of the Year category for the 2019 Learning and Performance Awards. Taking place this February, the Learning and Performance Awards will celebrate the best and brightest in learning development through 16…

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The Lonely King guest blog

The Lonely King

  What is it like leading at the top? Professor Andrew George, consultant and coach, tells the story of the lonely king.   Leadership, in universities and other institutions, is something that is challenging, and until one has ‘done it’ it can be difficult to understand the pressures and difficulties inherent in being ‘at the top’. Invisible Grail asked me…

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