GoodPractice live podcast recording

GoodPractice are well known for their weekly podcasts about work, performance and learning. They recorded their second podcast in front of a live audience after the CIPD L&D show day one. I was honoured to be asked as a guest and you can listen here! Below are some tweets... https://twitter.com/GoodPractice/status/989171784036569090 This two-part article I wrote... Continue Reading →

CIPD L&D Show 2018 – the TJ videos

In addition to the live Periscope walkabout videos from the CIPD L&D Show, I took some videos for sharing later. Here they are to enjoy! CIPD 2018: Simon Heath, illustrator from Training Journal on Vimeo.   CIPD 2018: Wes Atkins, Appitierre from Training Journal on Vimeo.   CIPD 2018: Ummara Wright, Bowles L&D from Training... Continue Reading →

CIPD L&D Show 2018 – the walkabout videos

There was some great feedback from the Learning Technologies 2018 walkabout videos I did, so the TJ team and I decided to them again for the CIPD L&D Show! Thanks also to Mike for being the cameraman for the day! https://twitter.com/TrainingJournal/status/989085870933315586 This walkabout included: Owen Rose from Acteon Communications Eva McCann from People Alchemy Mary Fox... Continue Reading →

What is digital body language?

  I'm interested in how people communicate and connect when they aren't face to face or even communicating in real time, perhaps through an asynchronous forum or community such as Slack or Yammer. Lori Niles-Hoffman, Chief Learning Officer at Fuse Universal, has experienced "the seismic shift from classroom to digital" in her career and this... Continue Reading →

Face to face communication and the virtual classroom

This blog post details research about how our brains react to different types of communication and what this means for how we design and deliver virtual classroom training sessions. Through examining research that highlights the special nature and importance of face to face communication I make recommendations on how to achieve something similar in the... Continue Reading →

Reading mood and tone of text

Further from my blog about personality in text communication, I'm digging in deeper to the idea of being able to read the digital, or virtual, body language of someone without seeing them face to face. In that last blog post, I shared about someone "knowing me" over instant messaging communication. A CBS News article highlights... Continue Reading →

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