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How to spot warning signs of mental health issues in students

19th August 2019

The  alarming increase in student mental health issues has been well documented. Early recognition is key to supporting students who may be at risk. From behavioural changes to dramatic shifts in mood, we offer some practical tips for spotting warning signs of potential mental health issues in students – and what to do if you…

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Understanding and educating about unconscious bias and racism in the workplace

1st August 2019

In a recent interview with the renowned ethologist, primatologist and conservationist, Jane Goodall, HRH The Duke of Sussex mentioned the connection between unconscious bias and racism. Both racial and unconscious bias continue to have negative impacts on businesses, as well as in society in general. We offer training that supports guidance and learning about unconscious…

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Does Unconscious Bias Training Work?

22nd July 2019

Yes. But not completely. Well, it depends. Okay, let’s backtrack a little. Yes, unconscious bias training does work. It’s an effective way to deliver information. You can teach colleagues about the existence of unconscious bias, and open their eyes to the pressures that this invisible force exerts on all aspects of life and work. But,…

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Disability Awareness Course

Disability awareness and HR: What are your responsibilities?

16th July 2019

7.6 million people in the UK of working age reported that they had a disability between January-March 2019, which is 18% of the working-age population. Having a good awareness and understanding of how the workplace can affect disabled people and having the appropriate policies and procedures not only help ensure compliance but can deliver significant…

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Unconscious bias: why training is just the first step

12th July 2019

Unconscious bias can have a detrimental effect on your colleagues, your prospects and your organisation. These unseen forces play a major role in the decisions we make every day, limiting our potential and reducing opportunities for people who look, sound or think differently. And that can be a problem. It’s a big enough problem that…

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Accessible Elearning

Accessible elearning: how to create WCAG compliant learning online

12th June 2019

Are your e-learning courses available to everyone? Or are some elements difficult – or impossible – to access for people with different abilities? The good news is that creating accessible eLearning is easy to do – and in most cases can be the default approach to designing and developing online learning materials. The Web Content…

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How can e-learning help universities address sexual harassment on campus

How can e-learning help universities address sexual harassment on campus?

29th May 2019

Sexual assaults and harassment are major problems for universities. Not only are sexual assaults common, the universities themselves frequently fail to support students adequately – leading many students to suffer in silence. A recent survey by The Student Room and Revolt Sexual Assault found that 42% of the 4,500 respondents had experienced sexual harassment at…

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Unconscious bias - can e-learning help students experience university more objectively

Unconscious bias: can e-learning help students experience university more objectively?

Our biases cast a long shadow over our decisions, feelings and behaviours – often affecting our actions in ways we don’t understand because of attitudes we don’t recognise. Most people think they can make decisions fairly, unaffected by biases. The reality is that very few people are not swayed by their intrinsic biases. Overcoming unconscious…

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Cheap e-learning: 7 ways low-grade e-learning can harm your business

Hidden costs of cheap e-learning: 7 ways low-grade e-learning can harm your business

21st May 2019

E-learning is a cheap way to deliver training, right? No. E-learning is good value for money, absolutely. But if your e-learning is cheap, there’s a chance it’s not very good. After all, good quality learning materials take time to produce, and must be regularly updated, customised to your business, and offered on a platform that…

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Sexual harassment and bullying prevalent among lawyers

Stats show sexual harassment and bullying prevalent in legal industry

15th May 2019

Recent reports have indicated that UK law firms and government legal departments still suffer high levels of bullying and harassment.This was also high in contrast to their international peers, according to a study carried out by the International Bar Association. 7,000 lawyers were surveyed across 135 countries, and in the UK 62% of women and…

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New for 2019: Diversity and Equality Training by Marshall E-Learning

4th April 2019

At Marshall’s, we now have our new offering ready for 2019. The common theme for all our latest courses is Partnership. Where different organisations have called in Marshall’s to deal with difficult nuanced topics, through this type of bespoke collaboration. We’ve increased our library of courses that can now be tailored to meet your specific…

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Student Bystander Training

Student Bystander Training now free to UK Higher Education institutions

1st April 2019

Coventry University has partnered with Marshall E-Learning, the specialist consultancy for diversity and equality learning, to make their new online module on Student Bystander Training available free of charge to all higher education institutions across the UK. The aim of the online Student Bystander Training module is to foster safe, positive university and college campuses…

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Premium video content from our updated Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education course

Premium video content from our updated Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education course

20th March 2019

We’ve updated our bestselling Diversity in the Workplace course, tailoring it specifically for the Higher Education sector. The focus of this updated diversity course has moved from compliance to inclusion on campus. This version of Marshall E-Learning’s most popular e-learning course, Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education , includes brand new animations and videos illustrating…

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Why Inclusive Recruitment and Management are the next stage on from Unconscious Bias Training

Why Inclusive Recruitment and Inclusive Management are the next stage on from Unconscious Bias Training

14th March 2019

At Marshall E-Learning, we’ve been running Unconscious Bias training for the past 15 years and have been delighted by the way companies from all kinds of sectors have taken their first step in building inclusive organisations by commissioning unconscious bias training. But as more and more organisations success in training their staff to recognise unconscious…

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Marshall Matters Podcast

Marshall Matters: a new podcast series from Marshall E-Learning

5th March 2019

Marshall Matters is a new podcast series from Marshall E-Learning that sees its expert guests discuss the latest issues in diversity, equality and inclusion, along with how elearning and training fits into these issues, In this inaugural Marshall Matter’s podcast from Marshall Elearning, journalist Shahab Mossavat and Vernal Scott, Head of Diversity at Havering Council, have…

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Time to have a meaningful conversation

Time to have a meaningful conversation

26th February 2019

This is a guest article from Teresa Norman, who set up TogetherintheUK in 2016, following a career of fifteen years in the civil service. As Teresa explains, TogetherintheUK is about “creating a platform where we all learn from each other about living together in the UK”. At TogetherintheUK,  we try to shed light on the personal…

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Diversity and Inclusion Report 2019

Diversity & Inclusion report 2019 – Download your copy

30th January 2019

The future of business demands total diversity and inclusion in the workplace, and companies who pay no more than lip service will lose out. The Diversity and Inclusion report 2019, published today in The Times, shows how ignoring diversity will keep organisations for attracting top talent and how carelessness with language could be jeopardising inclusion efforts….

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Recruitment and selection in higher education

Recruitment and selection in higher education

10th January 2019

Getting the best employees, with the right skills and abilities, is an essential requirement for universities to meet – and exceed – the expectations of students and stakeholders. Getting it wrong has cost and organisational impact, and may even mean starting from the beginning again. This makes a strong business case for getting the recruitment…

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Adaptive Selling - Successful sales are all in the head

Adaptive Selling: Why successful sales are all in the head

12th December 2018

Marshall E-Learning have partnered with multi-award winning mentoring expert David Mellor, to produce a new e-learning course focused on Adaptive Selling, an approach that aims to provide a more consultative approach to sales in an industry that traditionally is full of uncertainty, fear and complexity. Here, David explains why successful sales are all about mindset and what…

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BME staff earn less than white colleagues at Russell Group Universities

10th December 2018

Pay gaps between BME staff and others in Russell Group Universities are widening, according to a recent Freedom of Information (FOI) request sent by the BBC, with ethnic minority academics earning less than white colleagues. The average pay of white academics across the Russell Group is £55,000, whereas the figures for academics from Black and Arab…

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Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education

Why we updated our diversity course for universities

29th November 2018

Our diversity course for universities, Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education, is one of Marshall’s original e-learning courses. The course remains one of the most widely used courses on the subject today and have been recently updated. We interviewed Michael Howard, Lead Consultant at Marshall E-Learning Consultancy, on the change in approach to diversity training…

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

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

27th November 2018

Performance Development training is a highly topical area for most organisations. According to research firm Gallup, only 29% of employees agree that the performance reviews they receive are fair, and just 26% agree that they are accurate. That’s why we’re excited to launch our Performance Development training course, created in partnership with University College London (UCL)….

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Adaptive Selling Training Course

New Adaptive Selling course helps salespeople sell with more certainty and confidence

15th November 2018

Marshall E-Learning have partnered with multi-award winning mentoring expert David Mellor, to produce a new e-learning course focused on Adaptive Selling, an approach that aims to provide a more consultative approach to sales in an industry that traditionally is full of uncertainty, fear and complexity. Using the latest theory in both neuroscience and the sales…

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Google sexual harassment incident shows lack of recognition and respect for diversity and inclusion

Google’s latest sexual harassment incident shows lack of recognition and respect for diversity and inclusion

2nd November 2018

Google is the latest company to become embroiled in the centre of a sexual harassment incident, as the search engine revealed that they have released forty-eight employees from the company, included 13 senior managers The sackings follow a strong of sexual harassment allegations from the past two years, the company’s CEO has revealed. Sundar Pichai,…

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