Sunday, September 18, 2005


The learning journey continues..

Exciting news, people from 33 different countries are regularly reading my blog - how fantastic!

With over 48% from the UK, nearly 25% from US and over 5% from Canada this is an amazing result for an independent learning practitioner like myself, and what a wide range of other countries, including:

Netherlands; Singapore; Belgium; South Africa; Sweden; Greece; Germany; Poland; Malaysia; Morocco; Australia; Ukraine; Belarus; Luxembourg; India; Hong Kong; Mauritius; Spain; Portugal; Philippines; Switzerland; Kenya; Chile; Finland; Romania; Cote D'Ivoire; Denmark; Azerbaijan and Italy - phew!

Welcome to each and every one of you, glad to have you on board.

Do come back and maybe even post a comment or two about what you read.

Józefa @ The POL Experience

Please note that I have taken certain action to prevent just anyone from posting comments on this weblog. This goes against my better judgement but is due to various parties abusing this system and flooding it with unwanted and highly unsuitable material. If you would like to post a comment, then please send me an e-mail to and I will post this on your behalf.

Thursday, September 01, 2005


The learning journey continues...

After a wonderful summer break with the family and time to stop and take stock I have been refining the products and services that I offer through The POL Experience.

So much of my time over the last three years has been spent working with organisations supporting local changes through people involvement and training that I have decided to offer, as part of my portfolio, a small range of learning programmes that can be delivered in a organisational context and venue.

These reasonably priced 'knowledge-chunks' are a sound investment as they can really make a difference to the way an organisation approaches its learning and development. Take a look at some of my client testimonials and then at my new expertise portfolio here and the range of learning programmes here.

Once you have seen these you will start to consider how they can be of use to you and maybe to others. Do feel free to pass on the details of my learning programmes to friends and colleagues who you think might also benefit from enhancing their organisational training and development activity.