Yes, there’s an election on. We are not about to tell you how you should vote, beyond arguing that you should take into account your own circumstances, priorities and beliefs – and, preferably, those of others. We may not have agreed on its size yet, but it seems we all believe that society does exist nowadays. (If you’re still undecided, the polling stations are still open, and we recommend you consult Vote for Policies, Who Should You Vote For or Active History to help you make an informed decision).

But we have noticed that the election campaign has provided a strong case for one technique and approach with a long track record in learning and development.  And, it would appear (if only as a side effect), helped a little on the engagement front too.

If you want to find out which L&D technique we feel was validated by the campaign, download a PDF copy of our article, published yesterday on the People Management website.

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