EDINBURGH, Scotland — Oct. 6, 2022 — Mind Tools for Business and Skillogy have joined forces to help Individuals and teams better perform, manage and lead in the workplace. Mind Tools performance support tools and resources will complement and enhance Skillogy PERFORM™ courses in a blended way to enhance individual, team and organisational performance.

Mind Tools for Business offers accessible, on-demand performance tools and resources that help people perform, manage and lead in today’s workplaces. Specialising in management, leadership, and personal development these resources aid workplace performance, helping to up skill learners by building on the skills they need to work smarter.

Skillogy International has long been an advocate for investing in people in the workplace. The model of abilities was researched over twenty-seven years ago to improve an individual’s human-centric skills and has been developed and refined into Skillogy PERFORM™.

Specifically designed to improve self, manager and leader performance, Skillogy PERFORM™ courses are relatable to all roles, regardless of business, market, organisation or sector. Recently accredited by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) who said, ‘one of the best programmes we have seen’ and ‘exceptional’, Skillogy can now offer CMI certification to individuals who complete a selection of courses within one of these performance areas.

“At Mind Tools we’re always looking at ways we can empower people to thrive in the workplace. Through partnering with Skillogy we will be able to combine Mind Tools trusted, on-demand resources with Skillogy courses to help people perform, manage and lead with confidence.”

Colin Beaton, Senior Client Partner, Mind Tools for Business

“Skillogy International and Mind Tools began their journey some twenty six years ago. Through that period of time, Skillogy has turned to Mind Tools knowing that their resources were and still are, reliable, accessible and providing just the right amount of information to engage and support learners in their quest for self improvement.  We are proud to be able to work with Mind Tools.”
Mike Bolam, CEO, Skillogy International

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