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Brightwave Group's Managing Director joins Training Journal's esteemed suite of thought leaders

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Caroline Walmsley, Brightwave's MD provides a clear view of how to overcome the challenge of employee engagement in her inaugural blogpost for Training Journal Magazine.

Caroline Walmsley, Brightwave Group's Managing Director
Caroline Walmsley, Brightwave Group's Managing Director 

In the dynamic growth sectors of today's economy, learning challenges and business challenges are increasingly the same thing. Along with performance support and professional development, employee engagement is one of the core learning challenges facing today's smart organisations.

In her inaugural blogpost for Training Journal, Caroline urges leadership to be the catalyst from which engagement flows.

Caroline said,

"Engagement is the number one, key challenge clients and partners mention to me when we talk. They want to know how to find out about it, and how we can help them fix it. They know that they have problems with retention, with productivity, with innovation, and they know engagement lies at the heart of all of them."

Caroline is a regular contributor to the E-Learning Age magazine and joins the Training Journal's company of authors with monthly blogposts that share her expert insight and experiences.

Earlier this year Caroline featured in the seventh annual “Top Ten” lists of the most influential people in the corporate e-learning sector. The lists are compiled from "a corporate online learning perspective, on the basis of a person’s perceived current influence on the online learning industry".

Caroline joined Brightwave Group – the leading agency for next generation learning solutions, services and products – in 2013 with a proven and extensive track record in publishing. She leads all operational management and direction of the business, as well as overseeing the company's strategic planning and business development.