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23rd September 2020

“When you think about it, it’s very likely that you’ve been on the receiving end of micro-aggressions, either positive or negative in your working or social life” begins Fiona McPhail,…

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21st September 2020

With the launch of our new e-learning course ‘Let’s Talk About Race In The Workplace’ which focuses on opening up discussions about race in the workplace, we grabbed ten minutes…

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28th August 2020

This month marks Marshall E-Learning’s 18th Anniversary in business! A milestone we are incredibly proud of, and particularly significant given the global impact of the COVID-19 pandemic this year. Since…

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LearnUpon is a global technology company employing a diverse team, with staff in Ireland, the USA, Australia, and Serbia as well as other remote locations. As a long-time client of…

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5th August 2020

Marshall E-Learning’s new course gets universities safely back to business post-lockdown. In the aftermath of the COVID-19 lockdown, Exeter, Coventry and Worcester universities have each taken advantage of the benefits…

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15th July 2020

With many returning to work after lockdown, it’s clear that the workplace or education campus will be a very different experience to before the COVID-19 pandemic. The latest addition to…

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6th July 2020

As a global technology company, we have a diverse team with employees in Ireland, USA, Australia, Serbia as well as other remote locations. It was important to find the right…

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  “We are pleased to be an early adopter of Marshalls timely, new resource, Future Ways of Working. This useful organisational development resource will be made available to all staff…

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Race, football and discovering a hero   “Over the last month I have watched the debate about statues and memorials. One positive contribution I thought Marshalls could make would be…

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26th June 2020

To become an inclusive organisation, the organisation first needs to understand the core functions of management. Here to help If you would like a free trial of any Marshall E-Learning…

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25th June 2020

“Black Lives Matter.” “Actually, all lives matter. Anyway, I don’t see colour…” Would you respond that way? Do you know someone who would? If so, it might be worth watching…

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20th June 2020

One of the critical responsibilities you as an inclusive manager have is to ensure that you provide fair and equal opportunities for all of your team members to shine, and…

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16th June 2020

As organisations strive to be more diverse and inclusive, it’s important that managers understand the elements around inclusive management. Here to help If you would like a free trial of…

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The lockdown has brought the mental and emotional health of employees to the forefront of many businesses as people adapt to life amidst the uncertainty of job security and fears…

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9th June 2020

Since the launch of our Manager’s Lockdown Toolkit in May – a new resource to support leaders while managing remote teams during the Covid-19 crisis – we received a number…

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8th June 2020

Our latest white paper, focuses on the Diversity & Inclusion in a COVID 19 world. This 24 page document is essential reading for HR Managers and Diversity & Inclusion officers…

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27th May 2020

When the country was forced into lockdown in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses had to scramble to ensure they could keep going, including our many loyal clients who…

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14th May 2020

From isolation to inspiration – Marshalls team pulls together to produce the Manager’s Lockdown Toolkit We recently launched our new Manager’s Lockdown Toolkit – a brand-new resource to support leaders…

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13th May 2020

The impact of the lockdown upon universities and students has been enormous, some sources even estimating the cost facing the higher education sector to be as high as £1bn. This…

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6th May 2020

A short animated poem on “Working from home”, written by Mark Crabtree and voiced by Kenny Dunkwu. His poem introduces our latest elearning module which focuses on working from home…

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20th April 2020

We recently spoke to our D&I (Diversity and Inclusion) Consultant in Australia, Jude-Martin Etuka, about the D&I agenda down under, his take on the effectiveness of e-learning and how he…

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15th April 2020

Do you know which Learning Management System suits your organisation’s needs and system? James Sellers, Marshall E-Learning’s General Manager offers 5 things to consider before you make that final decision.…

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14th April 2020

With the growing need for online elearning in recent weeks, it got us thinking, how can you maximise the effectiveness of your e-learning? Here’s a few considerations to ensure your…

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6th April 2020

Microaggression: ‘a statement, action, or incident regarded as an instance of indirect, subtle, or unintentional discrimination or prejudice Understanding Microaggression Recently I took a taxi to visit a university who…

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Raising Awareness Raising awareness about mental health issues in the workplace is a beginning. The first step in finding a solution is always recognising that there is a problem. But…

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30th March 2020

To the uninitiated, the learning technology market can feel confusing. There are many different platforms, technologies and brands to consider, not to mention a wealth of jargon to deal with…

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24th March 2020

How can remote colleagues develop new skills? As we write this on the 22nd March 2020, the world is adapting to a new reality. Coronavirus has forced everyone to adapt…

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18th March 2020

We know that the work of diversity, inclusion and wellbeing is about changing the outcomes for under-represented groups but it also includes a substantial responsibility for ensuring that managers and…

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13th March 2020

We were delighted to meet with so many of our customers, many who have been with us longer than ten years. Our user groups enable us to hear direct from…

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11th March 2020

UK universities call on e-learning providers to make their courses accessible to the WCAG standard by the end of the year. Senior representatives from 12 UK universities recently attended the…

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5th March 2020

You will probably experience some kind of mental health issue at some point in your life. According to Mind, the mental health charity, 1 in 4 people will experience a…

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26th February 2020

Following the 2008 financial crash, during which many people struggled to recover the funds they had invested, the Financial Conduct Authority added new guidance to help protect clients from financial…

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12th February 2020

The largest-ever mental health survey of students has found alarming levels of illness and distress. The poll of nearly 38,000 students in the UK found that a large number of…

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5th February 2020

Creating rich and varied learning opportunities is not enough. Most professionals in corporate learning and development know this, because we’ve invariably had the experience of creating new courses and programmes…

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Friday 14th February 2020 is a key date for your diary, not just for forgetful romantics, it’s also the day of the next Marshall User Group which is meeting at…

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31st January 2020

The Financial Conduct Authority is pushing firms to take greater care when dealing with vulnerable customers. This is to ensure that vulnerable customers are not exploited, and are given additional…

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29th January 2020

What should your whistleblowing policy include? Broadly speaking, it should explain to colleagues how whistleblowers will be supported, what they can expect to happen following their disclosure, and where they…

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23rd January 2020

This blogpost is a conversation between David Marshall, CEO and Founder of Marshall E-learning and Teresa Norman, CEO of TogetherintheUK (TGIUK). Marshall Elearning is sponsoring a TGIUK event at Union…

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6th January 2020

The World Health Organisation defines one cause of work-related stress as “having too much (or too little) to do. Your employee learning and development programme must balance the needs of…

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19th December 2019

Is your employee learning and development programme meeting your expectations? It’s rarely easy to get busy colleagues to take time away from their to-do list and invest in their own…

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18th December 2019

After a relatively quiet year in 2018, the FCA has already issued a staggering £389m in fines. These include the second-largest fine of £102m against Standard Chartered for money-laundering, £45m…

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25th November 2019

Diversity training is important, but it is rarely enough to change corporate culture without the support of broader interventions – inclusive management. According to research by Harvard Business Review, many…

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19th November 2019

You know inappropriate behaviour when you see it. But do you know how to respond? For most people, the prospect of speaking up when we witness people behaving badly is…

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13th November 2019

This article was written by Michael Howard who was head of diversity at Middlesex University and was a Marshall E-Learning client for many years. Michael now runs his own consultancy…

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1st November 2019

We were delighted that the Irish Universities Association chose Marshall E-learning to create a suite of e-learning courses across every university and college in Ireland and to be given this…

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30th October 2019

The news, social media, and daily conversations have been dominated of late with headlines about Brexit and the possible impacts to our economy, healthcare and society. However not much has…

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11th October 2019

Marshall E-Learning and Dan Robertson from Vercida Consulting are delighted to announce the creation of a new training programme “Becoming an Inclusive Organisation”, which was launched at the Diversity Leaders…

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3rd October 2019

Universities are preparing themselves for the biggest shake-up in the way the quality of their research is evaluated since 2014. The Research Excellence Framework 2021 (REF 2021) brings with it…

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18th September 2019

In a study conducted in January 2019, more than half of the 5649 UK students surveyed said they had experienced unwanted sexual advances and assault. The need for all academic…

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10th September 2019

There continues to be discussion, programmes and training about equality, diversity and inclusion. Without appropriate awareness of these matters and how to deliver solutions to issues, some organisations will be…

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