Thursday, 18 June 2015

Curiosity in the workplace - the wellspring of innovation

A colleague raised an interesting topic for discussion on LinkedIn recently about encouraging a campaign for curiosity. We liked the initiative so we thought to put the spotlight on our trainers this time to find out where they stand on the issue. Saira Nisa’s response caught our eye, you can read it below.

There are many ways in which employers can help to encourage curiosity in the workplace. Interestingly enough, we tend to find that companies within the tech industry invest a lot of time and money into creating an environment and a culture where curiosity and creativity can exist.
Millions saw the apple fall, but Newton asked why. ( Bernard Baruch)

Thursday, 22 January 2015

Hats off to newly qualified Masters students

An air of accomplishment filled Kingston town centre recently (21 January) as a year of hard work reached its conclusion and the first students graduated with an MA from the inaugural Internal Communication Management programme. Jointly run by Capita Learning & Development and Kingston Business School, the Masters is the only qualification of its kind in the UK, and is now accepting applications for a third successful year.

Masters in Internal Communication Management graduates
Students celebrate gaining their Masters in Internal Communications Management, run by Kingston Business School and Capita Learning & Development