Training

The key to better learning? A growth mindset

In a working world that demands ever-evolving skills, ongoing professional development is essential. However, confronting what we don't know often puts us in a position of vulnerability – unless we train our minds to be more open, trusting and resilient. Here's how to cultivate that 'growth mindset'. Read more

Third Light launches eLearning academy for Chorus users

Here at Third Light, time is always on our minds. Whatever we’re working on, it’s the first thing we consider; we know it’s as precious to our customers as it is to us.

It’s the main reason we recommend training as part of a successful Chorus rollout – when team members know how to use its powerful collaborative features from the time of launch, everyone can reap the benefits as soon as possible.

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Third Light expands Chorus webinar series to support marketing and creative teams

The follow-up Chorus webinar series, hosted by our award-winning Customer Success team, aims to support marketing and creative teams as they continue to adapt to the new ways of working. Covering a wide range of topics to address different use cases, including how PR teams can manage communications remotely, rolling out new software to ensure your team has a positive experience and how to handle change management within an organization, amongst other topics.

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Upcoming Chorus webinars

Our Customer Success team will be hosting a new series of Chorus webinars that will run until the end of the year, with a new schedule being planned for 2020.

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Making light work of media library procurement for the Medical Research Council

The Medical Research Council (MRC) improves the health of people in the UK – and around the world – by supporting excellent science, and training the very best scientists. They invest in research on behalf of the UK tax payer and their research has resulted in life-changing discoveries for over a hundred years. Scientists apply to the MRC for funding for their research and applications are reviewed by panels of independent experts. Read more