[frame style=”modern” image_path=”https://thepeerawards.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/gallery-thomsonreuters1.png” link_to_page=”” target=”” description=”” size=”three_col_small”] [callout1]Thomson Reuters’ shortlisted entries for the 2012 Peer Awards[/callout1]

Creating Work-Life Skills for Underprivileged Young Adults
Finalist in the Education for the Community category
Thomson Reuters running workshops to inspire and motivate displaced young people to build their future vision of themselves.

Thomson Reuters Press Gang
Finalist in the Employment Awareness for the Community category
Thomson Reuters providing young people in East London with an insight into journalism, promoting diversity and supporting the London 2012 Legacy.

[callout1]Thomson Reuters’ shortlisted entries for the 2011 Peer Awards[/callout1]

A Website to Support People Working in Global Virtual Teams
Finalist in the Technology for Learning category
A flexible web-based portal for individuals, managers and trainers across regions and cultures in a global company. This resource incorporates videos, activities and tools around effectiveness, offering an alternative to “traditional” e-Learning.

The Solutions Workflow Learning Project
Finalist in the Learning & Development category
Social / on-the-job learning whereby people collaborate via Yammer interest groups, forums, coaching discussions with peer experts and virtual workshops to refine sales skills using real life sales opportunities, culminating in accreditation.


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