T&L Resource Bank

2017: Winner: Fotios Mitsakis and Stefanos Nachmias (Nottingham Business School): ‘Learning and development through experiential learning: The business case of ‘Maxplus’, plus additional materials: Appendix 1, Appendix 2, Appendix 3

2nd: David Soehren (Liverpool John Moores University): ‘Introduction to videos and interviews‘, Appendix 1

3rd: Mina Beige (Liverpool John Moores University :’Tackling the literature review process

 

2016: Winner:  Michele Towell, Cheryl Brook, and Sally Rumbles (of Portsmouth University): ‘Developing Coaching Skills and Reflective practice as an HRM/D professional plus additional materials: Appendix 1; Appendix 2; Appendix 3; Appendix 4; Appendix 5; and Appendix 6

2nd: Rebecca J Jones & Holly Andrews (University of Worcester): ‘Integrating a career approach within a preparing for placement module in order to enhance student employability

3rd: Jean McCarthy (University of Limerick): ‘Developing L&D competencies: An applied approach

4th:Andrew Armitage (Anglia Ruskin University): ‘Leadership development using the poetic voice of care ethics‘, and

5th: Lynne Booth (Sheffield Hallam University): Career PowerPoint Activity

2015: Winner: The practice of HRD: Ann Stewart, Cheryl Brook, and Sally Rumbles (of Portsmouth University): ‘Developing Consultancy and critical thinking skills as an HRD specialist to meet specific organisational requirements’

Highly Commended:

Critical perspectives on HRD: Andrew Armitage, Diane Keeble-Ramsay: ‘Developing and arts-based curriculum for HRD practice

HRM: Mel Ashleigh: ‘Contemporary issues in Human Resource Management’

The Practice of HRD: Ronan Carbery: ‘Research-practice gap analysis‘, and

Mark Loon,Lynn Nichol: ‘A problem-solving framework for curriculum design and assessment in change management

2014: Winner: Alma McCarthy: ‘Leadership Development Applied Project‘.

2013: Winner: Jamie Callahan: ‘Learning to become critical: the courageous resistance project

Fiona Robson, Lynne Powell and Gillian Forster (Northumbria University): Human Bingo: an ice breaker suitable for use when teaching modules overseas

Tony Bennett (UCLAN): Learning and Conflict (Teaching Resources)

2012:

Martyn Sloman (Kingston Business School and Birkbeck College): Housing for All (Case)

2011:

Rick Holden (Liverpool Business School) and Vivienne Griggs (Leeds Business School): Teaching the politics of HRD: a journey in curriculum development 

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