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 →

A fish called learning

On Thursday morning I'm attending the PSK Performance Fishbowl Discussion on the DNA of the Modern Learner in London. It's running 8-10am, so that does mean a very early start to get into London for that time, but I'm sure it will be worth it! The day is hosted by Trent Rosen, who is Director at... Continue Reading →

The human condition

As part of the Modern Learning Leader Programme, the first webinar is all about "The Human Condition", with Emotion at Work expert Phil Willcox. What is "The Human Condition"? Other than understanding the actual words, I'm not sure what that means. Obviously, the place to start is Google! I thought I might start with an... Continue Reading →

Learning transfer – the what and the why

Learning Transfer Research 2017 - INSIGHTS FOR IMPACT is a new research report launched this month, from Lentum Ltd and Lever Transfer of Learning. As the title states, it focuses on making an impact around learning transfer and it's the first in a number of years to look at this issue globally. To discuss this... Continue Reading →

Flowering in L&D

Yesterday I wrote this blog post for Training Journal, about how to refresh ourselves in our professional life. It was inspired by seeing a stagnant stream on a walk. This morning I went on a similar walk and saw some plant life that reminded me of two things: blooming in adversity and perspective. Blooming in adversity  Where... Continue Reading →

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