Breaking the Glass Ceiling - Fundamental tools to help women build their careers

Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Fundamental tools to help women build their careers

16th October 2018

  Teresa Norman, Diversity and Talent Management Specialist, explains the thinking behind our new programme, Breaking the Glass Ceiling, and how these fundamental tools will help women build their careers. If you’re interested in being part of the pilot and to get access to the programme at a heavily discounted rate, please email us at…

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University Students and Unconscious Bias Training

University Students and Unconscious Bias Training: an interview with The University of Edinburgh

10th October 2018

The University of Edinburgh recently became one of the first universities Marshall eLearning has worked with to produce an unconscious bias course tailored for the student context. The course, designed to be taken on mobile devices, will help students to be mindful of implicit bias when evaluating staff and services. The unconscious bias course is…

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Marshall ACM and Shaw Mind Foundation Announce a new initiative promoting Mental Health collaboration between Universities and Schools

Marshall ACM and Shaw Mind Foundation Announce a new initiative promoting Mental Health collaboration between Universities and Schools

14th September 2018

Marshall ACM and Shaw Mind Foundation today announced the availability of a resource to raise awareness among education workers of mental health issues; training staff to recognise the symptoms, understand the challenges and gain awareness of the appropriate responses to these, using their 3Ps approach: Proactive – Pre-emptive – Preventive. The program has already been trialled and…

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Marshall E-Learning hires Nick Gallagher-Hughes to enhance leadership development and psychometric analysis offering

29th August 2018

Marshall E-Learning, the leading equality and diversity elearning consultancy, today announces the appointment of Nick Gallagher-Hughes as Client Liaison and Development Consultant. A specialist in leadership development and a well-known thought leader in training and development for Higher Education organisations, Nick brings over 20 years experience of learning and development within the public and private…

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Using e-learning in a University setting to take management development to the next level

15th August 2018

Nick Gallagher-Hughes, known to many within Higher Education as Chair to the Executive Committee of the Staff Development Forum ( 2015-18) was Staff & Organisational Development Officer at a University in England from 2002 to 2018. He was responsible for the provision of staff and management development, from somebody wanting to learn office skills or…

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How universities are preventing sexual harassment and misconduct on campus

9th August 2018

Universities and colleges across the UK are being challenged on their approaches to issues surrounding sexual violence, in how they support students who have experienced sexual harassment and how they disclosed the number of sexual assaults that have happened on campus. The National Sexual Violence Resource Centre has produced a factsheet that includes campus sexual…

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Consumer rights in higher education: why training is needed for universities and colleges

6th July 2018

Consumer rights in higher education are now a focus for the UK Government and means that Higher Education institutions must comply with consumer protection law and meet the standards defined by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). Students are now recognised in law as “consumers” since the introduction of new Consumer Rights legislation in 2015….

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New Performance Development Training Course released in partnership with University College London

5th July 2018

Marshall E-Learning Consultancy, the leading diversity and equality e-learning provider, today announces the launch of its Performance Development training course. Created in partnership with University College London (UCL), the course focuses on coaching conversations and career development Performance Development training is a highly topical area for most organisations. According to research firm Gallup, only 29%…

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Connected Conversations and the Evolution of Performance Management

13th June 2018

Connected conversations are part of a movement in business, especially in the areas of HR and professional development, towards a view that the traditional performance review isn’t fit for purpose – for either employees or employers. In fact, scientific research has shown that traditional performance reviews demotivates people and doesn’t improve employee performance. According to Gallup, only 29%…

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Universities Need to Take the Initiative Towards Diversity

6th June 2018

  Hot on the heels of a Twitter altercation between MP David Lammy and the University of Oxford, where he criticised the University for being “a bastion of white, middle class, southern privilege,” it has been found in a recent Freedom of Information request that some colleges of the University of Cambridge admitted no black…

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University of Manchester launches online course for staff to respond to student mental health problems

31st May 2018

The University of Manchester has launched a new online e-learning course designed to help its staff respond to signs of mental illness in students. The course comes at a time where a recent Universities UK report has said that student mental health provision risked “failing a generation” and some students may be “slipping through the…

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Unconscious Bias Starbucks

What are your Unconscious Biases? Starbucks and NHS staff find out their biases

29th May 2018

The coffee chain, Starbucks, is giving all its US staff unconscious bias training, following several major race-related incidents in their stores. Starbucks has introduced the unconscious bias training after several protests following the discriminatory treatment of black customers at some of Starbucks stores. To see just how effective this approach will be for Starbucks, BBC…

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UK Universities Respond to the GDPR Challenge

2nd May 2018

GDPR is the biggest change in Data Protection legislation for 20 years, coming into effect on 25 May 2018. Despite this, analyst firm Gartner showed that around half of those affected by the legislation – whether in the EU or outside – will not be in full compliance when the regulations take effect. Schools, colleges…

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Closing the Gender Pay Gap and GDPR Training: April news from Marshalls

27th April 2018

There’s lots going on in the Marshall E-Learning, with the Gender Pay Gap and GDPR at the forefront of our minds. Here’s our latest news, covering closing the Gender Pay Gap and GDPR training. Closing the Gender Pay Gap Gender pay gap reporting is a hot topic among UK businesses, but many organisations are still…

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Gender pay gap reporting, inclusive recruitment and mitigating gender bias

19th April 2018

Gender pay gap reporting is a hot topic among UK businesses, but many organisations are still falling behind. This is especially important for larger companies, as the deadline recently passed for UK companies with 250 or more employees to report their gender pay differences. Many of the responses were disheartening. Eight in 10 companies pay men…

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How we scaled our e-learning internationally through translation

18th April 2018

How a small London-based business suddenly found itself having to go global and the challenges around it. With the consistent popularity of our Diversity and Equality courses and our Unconscious Bias training, it was only a matter of time before interest arrived from outside the UK. At Marshall E-Learning, we have previously provided our Unconscious Bias course to English-speaking overseas…

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Inspiring Women to Achieve – Helping women prepare and be ready for leadership positions

21st March 2018

This week, Marshall E-Learning will be attending the 11th Global Inclusion Seminar, otherwise known as INCLUSION 18. Taking place in Zurich, Germany, the event features 30 more than International Speakers and over 200 Senior-level International delegates together to discuss the latest thinking around modern equality, diversity and inclusion issues. For the conference, we have prepared a…

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GDPR Training for Schools, Colleges and Universities

16th March 2018

GDPR is the biggest change in Data Protection legislation for 20 years, coming into effect on 25 May 2018, and schools, colleges and universities need to be ready for the new regulations. GDPR is the biggest change to data protection regulations in two decades and is a major challenge for many businesses. But the new…

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Translating equality, diversity and inclusion courses

19th February 2018

Marshall E-Learning Consultancy was invited to the Great British Corporate Education Showcase in Prague. Organised by the British Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic, the event was a chance to showcase our e-learning products and services at the British Embassy in Prague. This diversity video is a small gesture of thanks after all the…

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Meet Marshall E-Learning at Learning Technologies

Meet Marshall E-Learning at Learning Technologies

25th January 2018

Next week sees’?Learning Technologies 2018‘?- the largest and best attended’?exhibition and conference in the learning and development calendar – take place at London’s Olympia. We’ll be exhibiting’?at the event, so make sure to pay’?us a visit at’?Stand G6 on Level 1 of the Olympia Central and West Hall. As the leading’?e-learning consultancy for diversity, inclusion…

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Inclusive Managers Toolkit

New Inclusive Managers Toolkit promises to improve management development around diversity and inclusion

24th January 2018

Developed in partnership with VERCIDA Consulting, Marshall E-Learning, have launched a new’?Inclusive Managers Toolkit. Aimed at middle managers across public and private sector organisations, this inclusion themed toolkit is designed to build managers’?skills and confidence. The Toolkit is built around the key concepts of Inclusive Management, containing 12 modules grouped into three key areas: technical…

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Workplace Bullying

New diversity and inclusion video series looks at key sector issues

15th January 2018

As’?diversity and inclusion elearning‘?experts, Marshall are excited to present a new video series focussed on diversity and inclusion scenarios. Here is the first in the series, looking at’?Workplace Bullying. Workplace Bullying is a??severe social stressor’?? and can have an effect on the victim’??s metabolism, appetite and weight in ways that make diabetes more likely. Understanding…

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Inclusive Managers Toolkit

Inclusive Managers’ Toolkit now available from Marshall E-Learning

29th November 2017

Marshall E-Learning is delighted to launch our new Inclusive Managers’ Toolkit, developed in partnership with Vercida Consulting. The Inclusive Managers’ Toolkit is aimed at middle managers across public and private sector organisation and designed to build managers’ skills and confidence. The toolkit will be launching at two equality and diversity events taking place in November:’ Staff Developers’ Conference…

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University of Edinburgh Unconscious Bias

University of Edinburgh launch unconscious bias course tailored for students

23rd November 2017

The University of Edinburgh‘?has become the first university to launch an unconscious bias course’?tailored for the student context. The course, designed to be taken on mobile devices, will help students to be fair-minded and critique without bias when evaluating staff and services. The University of Edinburgh’??s 37,000 students will complete the course to help them…

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