For some people, the thought of speaking at a conference fills them with dread! For others they seem to take to it like a duck to water. Jonathan Holmes hasn’t spoken at a public event for quite some time, so how did he feel when he was asked?
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This year we have been lucky enough to work with the i2i consortium, led by the charity, Leonard Cheshire, on a project to help 11,000
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I’ve always recommended podcasts and audio as a way of finding material to support people learning. It wasn’t until I started recording my own podcast
Over the past 2 years, more people have been leaving employment and turning to freelance or contracting. People have been reassessing their work/life balance, reprioritising,