L&D

Learning technologies – what do managers really think?

In November 2017 GoodPractice launched their third piece of research about what managers think and do. This piece of research specifically focused on the perceptions about technology from those managers, that their organisations provide them with for learning. This post has some comments and links to resources for a one stop shop on the research. Audio interview …

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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 …

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Bob Mosher notes from TLDchat – performance support and more

#TLDChat is a webcast hosted every morning US time (4pm UK time) by Brent Schlenker. A number of different L&D topics are covered on different days. Bob Mosher was the guest today, and I shared several tweets of some of his key messages. I thought I would gather them with some other detail as Bob’s …

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Soft skills gap – do appraisals really work for identification?

I was the guest speaker on the Bray Leino Learning webinar, “Identifying and Closing Soft Skills Gaps.” You can watch the recording here. Appraisals are often used in organisations to review achievement and also look forward to goal setting for the coming year, which should include identifying all sorts of skills gap and how to …

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