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Reach Out - Hard times call for soft skills

By Simon Martin, learnpurple, on behalf of Jessica Cain:

I'm developing a new office for learnpurple down here in Bristol ready for a January launch date (19th - if you're around let me know).

And so my colleagues and

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Living and Breathing Your Values

By Jo Harley

The learnpurple reason for being is to work with organisations to help them to be great places to work, as I am sure you will have picked up if you are a regular to our blog. We do this via a number of inno

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The Key to Happiness

Jessica Cain, business development manager, learnpurple

Being happy and positive comes in many forms, you can be happy because you just had a meal with someone you love, excited you got a promotion or smugly satisfied that your neighb

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Talent toolbox goes Stateside

Talent toolbox, learnpurple's award winning online performance and talent management tool continues to wow users and has now gone stateside.

Already being used in six countries across Europe, talent toolbox is now helping one of the most celebrated restaurant organisations in the world; Danny Meyer's Union Square Hospitality Group.

Danny Meyer is founder of USHG and the author of NY Times best seller, "Setting the Table". USHG operates a number of successful restaurants in the USA; including NY classics Union Square Cafe, Gramercy Tavern, 11 Madison Square and now Shake Shack (offering the best burgers and shakes in New York!).

USHG have excellent people stuff in place and we've long admired the way they do things. They recognised though that they need to keep pushing the boundaries to keep their talented people engaged and gain a better understanding of where their leaders of the future are coming from; especially important when the economy is tough.

Having scoured the market for a tool to help them do this, Susan Salgado (Director of Learning & Culture) and Paul Bolles-Beavan (President Core Division) came across learnpurple and immediately warmed to us. Having been impressed by the results and cost savings we've helped other service organisations achieve, they asked us for a demo.

The rest, as they say, is history.

So whilst we still have firm focus on the UK and our many fab clients here, learnpurple now has a virtual office in New York and we are very much enjoying our relationship with USHG and the exposure the tool is getting in USA.

Jon Reed, who is heading up the USHG project, has just returned from New York:

Union Square Hospitality Group really are one of the most inspirational organisations I have ever come across. They have some amazing people and really do practice Danny's "enlightened hospitality" approach.

As part of my trip I was fortunate to visit most of their restaurants (for research purposes of course) and I have to say the service really is the finest I've ever come across.

It is a pleasure to be working with our new friends from USHG and we are looking forward to the success we share leading to further benefits for both organisations.

The first three people to email jodi@learnpurple.com will receive a copy of Danny's book.

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Life coach - a play

Helen Flint - Learning and Development Director

Last week I dragged my fiance along to see the stage performance of Nick Reed's new play 'Life Coach' at Trafalgar Studios starring Phill Jupitus and Amy Darcy

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By Jo Harley, director, learnpurple

First Impressions

In my last blog 'iphones, ipods & the igeneration' I wrote about the prevalence of technology in our lives and how it is going to affect the way that we manage

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Motherhood at Work

By Jessica Cain, business development manager, learnpurple

The situation

When thinking about my next blog, I searched the room for inspiration, then "ouch!" another kick from my baby to be, the future 'Charlie Nicholas Mu

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Now that takes the biscuit

Meetings can be a tricky business deciding on attendees, length, location, agenda, how to keep the meeting on track to achieve the desired outcomes and the follow up. That does not even begin to take into account where to seat people. You need a

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High profile HR

We're privileged (and definitely delighted) to work with some very strong, successful and high profile HR Directors. (Who incidentally all seem to have titles other than HR Director e.g. Head of People and Innovation, Head of Talent and Chan

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Grabbing your image by the horns

Jodi Goldman takes a look at 1st impressions.

When I deliver my personal branding /marketing yourself in the workplace sessions I always get a look of shock when I reveal that a recent survey of the CEOs of the top 1000 companies found

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