Curiosity: The Key to Innovation, Creativity, and Personal Growth

“I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious.” Albert Einstein  It’s what led Alice down the rabbit hole and what fuelled Einstein to make his biggest discoveries. It’s even what NASA named one of their Mars Rovers. Curiosity has a lot to answer for, but what are the benefits of being curious and […]

“Small Business, Big Results: 5 Advantages of Microlearning for SMEs”

Microlearning has been a growing trend in learning and development in recent years and for a number of reasons it continues to grow in popularity as an effective way to keep employees engaged with training.  This is particularly relevant for UK Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) who often have limited resources for employee training but […]

Maximise Learning and Engagement with Sensei’s New Innovative eLearning Platform

Sensei is excited to announce the launch of a brand new eLearning platform designed to make high quality learning in a range of personal and technical skills more accessible to businesses of all shapes and sizes. Investment in employee training and development is essential for staying competitive in today’s rapidly changing business landscape, but HR leaders often […]

Soft Skills and Landing a Job

Whether you’re a recent graduate or seeking a new role, we hope you’ve noticed those job notifications increasing by the day. Soft skills are sometimes called employability skills and for very good reason. The market for hiring is well and truly back underway and we’re here to tell you how soft skills training can help […]

Why soft skills have anything but a soft impact on your business.

In this blog post, we take the opportunity to explain firstly, why we have chosen soft skills as the topic of our Bootcamp and secondly, why soft skills are more important for your business than hard skills.  We could talk about upskilling your workforce until the cows come home. We could design tailor-made packages for […]

The trouble with being in the learning industry

The trouble with being in the learning industry is that when you do something daft, you get hit with ‘you should know better’. We’re always looking for simple ways for people to engage with e-learning. We set ourselves the challenge of coming up with something that was relevant and sensitive to the current climate; interesting, […]