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https://youtu.be/KNPCkJ6aNB8 The concept of 70:20:10 learning has been around for some time and was derived from a combination of efficiency savings in companies seeking to maximise employees’ time at work…

https://youtu.be/mNY3jCBawLE A new study about to be published in the International Journal of Stress Management examines why some people suffer from fatigue and exhaustion at work and negative feelings at…

https://youtu.be/r0GJ8lrvLF0 The American Institutes for Research have just published a summary of what is currently known, and what needs to be researched further, about human development. The AIR (American Institutes…

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