Webinar questions… and my answers

On LinkedIn there was a questions asking for feedback on webinars. Typically I've responded fairly fully and exceeded the word limit, so I'm posting my answers here in case they help anyone else. Original post: https://t.co/ooHJx0t83k Original question: I'm looking for some feedback on #webinars if you either deliver them as part of your marketing strategy,... Continue Reading →

Sparking my creativity

I love helping people. I guess it's why I naturally fit into Learning and Development so well and why I felt at home the first time I was delivering in a classroom. It's why my business is called Lightbulb Moment and on Twitter I'm @LightbulbJo - it's the moment of learning, of independence, of insight. I... Continue Reading →

Plot a destination and set sail

I've just been having a conversation with a colleague from a previous role who is making the jump and going freelance. It's an awesome decision to make, right for some, not for all. As I have my own company and work for a variety of clients in a different roles, my friend was asking about how do you... Continue Reading →

Debunking the Learning Style

A few articles have dripped into my Twitter feed and Inbox recently around the lack of science to back up common learning theories and personality quizzes. The lack of rigorous scientific evidence, in my discussions with others, either doesn't surprise at all or is incomprehensible - with people often commenting “but that’s what I learnt... Continue Reading →

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