Reflections on modern learning

I've written a few blog posts about being a modern learning leader (links at the end). This one is some reflections on what a modern learning leader is, which has been prompted by attending the Modern Learning Leader workshop, hosted by Sukh Pabial. Humour - your superpower? The two day workshop was a lot of... Continue Reading →

What sUX about L&D design? 

As part of the Modern Learning Leader Programme, Barbara Thompson delivered a webinar on UX. UX is "User Design" and encompases so many things, partly the visual elements, but in this case more about how things work, or can work better! History of UX from Wikipedia: The field of user experience design is a conceptual design discipline and has... Continue Reading →

Instructional design – reminder notes

As part of the Modern Learning Leader Programme, Ross Garner of Good Practice focused on “What is instructional design”. Right at the beginning Ross made sure that the focus of Instructional Design (ID) is on what the real problem is and making sure that the solutions are related to that. And Ross used Star Wars as... 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 →

What is a Modern Learning Leader?

There are two main components to think about, "modern learning" and "leader". Being a super leader You could argue there's a crossover subset here, of "modern leader", though I think by tackling "modern learning" I hope to cover that. There's volumes and volumes written on leadership and what I present here are only my personal... Continue Reading →

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