That webinar software is rubbish!

I was speaking with someone a while ago about live online learning. They were commenting on a webinar they had attended: there were some positives, which I love hearing, and some criticism, which is annoying as I want live online sessions to be received well. One point especially made me think. They said "the webinar... Continue Reading →

What makes you passionate about L&D?

This is a great question posed to me ahead of the launch of Jolt's Business Education Steering Committee panel I'm speaking on. I asked on Twitter and LinkedIn for people's thoughts, and got over 30 amazing responses. I read through all of the comments and put them into categories (some had multiple points and therefore... Continue Reading →

Digital body language and social media

In this post I'm going to focus on social media communication with regards our modern communications. I look at some free Twitter analysis and what changes this insight can help us with, as well as look at some other resources to help us with our approach to what we do on social media, either professionally... Continue Reading →

How not to sell a webinar platform

For reasons I won't bore you with, a client needed a Cisco WebEx Training Centre licence really quickly, within a couple of days, so that I could deliver some training for them. I always joke that there's no such thing as a training emergency... well this was more like training urgency! No problem, I thought,... Continue Reading →

L&D Talks and the 10 roles of L&D teams

October 2018 was the Stimulearning L&D Talks conference in Brussels. I was honoured to be asked to be not only a keynote speaker but also to deliver a masterclass for select members. Firstly though, the night before the conference there was a panel discussion. L&D Teams in Belgium Lisa De Schrijver presented her research about... Continue Reading →

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