best-practice-guides

Best Practice Guides

The first People Alchemy best practice guide was written several years ago after a customer told us that the way our team explained things was so easy to understand. Our goal is to unlock the potential and help people’s performance. So our guides provide insight and advice on key concepts that are vital to anybody in a Learning and Development role. They are short, practical and written to help you take action. They will also introduce you to ideas that are at the forefront of L&D thinking.

We love to share and are always keen to collaborate and discuss the latest thinking on learning, technology and performance in our free guides. Browse, share and help yourself. And if there’s a topic we haven’t covered? Just let us know!

This Best Practice Guide introduces the new KiFi system model. Enabling you to identify the differences and uses of two different types of learning products – a Know it product and a Find it product.

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Informal learning is a hot topic, but what’s the best way to manage it and support 70:20:10? This guide provides some practical things you can do to realise its potential and get better results.

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Selecting systems to assist with learning and development is not a simple process. This guide gives you a method that breaks down this complexity into simple steps so you can make a robust and defensible decision that minimises risk.

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

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Accelerate the time to proficiency for new managers in your organisation with the simple process detailed in this guide. Turn your newbies into a ‘safe pair of hands’ in no time.

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This guide shows you how by giving you a model of capability, and a way to use that model to drill down into the true causes that contribute to an employee being unable to adequately respond to the task they are asked to do.

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