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  1. Continuous Professional Development for Focused Experiential Learning

    Continuous Professional Development for Focused Experiential Learning Most good trainers and facilitators I meet tend to have a strongly developed intuition about the needs of others. It doesn't take long for them to get to understand what will help a student to learn, and how learning material needs to be presented to make it easier for that learning to take place. As these trainers and facilitators become more ... Read more...
  2. What's The Best Seasonal Gift You Could Give?

    What's The Best Seasonal Gift You Could Give? It’s a question I often read around this time of year, and it inevitably provokes responses from extremes of opinion. There are those who go full-on consumerist and suggest expensive cars, jewellery, homes etc, ideas that are balanced by those who reject these ideas and suggest good health, happiness, close family etc.   So, as I&rsquo... Read more...
  3. How to use experiential activities for the 50% of learning that is vital to efficient performance, but can't be done 'in the workflow'

    How to use experiential activities for the 50% of learning that is vital to efficient performance, but can't be done 'in the workflow' This is the third in a series of linked pieces about the deployment of Experiential Learning “in the workflow”. In the previous two pieces I’ve demonstrated why this is not a viable proposition: If it’s happening in a way that fits any definition of ‘learning in the workflow’ it isn’t experiential learning. If it fits any ... Read more...
  4. Time for Team (re) building? Here's some advice for selecting Icebreakers…

    Time for Team (re) building?  Here's some advice for selecting Icebreakers… Just about every work conversation I have at the moment involves people from the L+D community anticipating a return to face-to-face or hybrid (face to face and on-line) delivery of learning. As I said in last month’s blog I’m counseling an approach which makes no assumptions about how employees and colleagues will be when they return - there... Read more...
  5. What are the Implications for a Return to Work and the Time of Hybrid Learning?

    What are the Implications for a Return to Work and the Time of Hybrid Learning? There’s a definite sense that we are now entering a new phase in how the learning and development sector responds to the pandemic. The restrictions placed on face-to-face learning have, in some geographies, relaxed and made real the possibility of some return, (with appropriate practical safeguards of course). However, I’m not hearing any ... Read more...
  6. Living with this 'Normal' Provides a Positive Creative Environment

    Living with this 'Normal' Provides a Positive Creative Environment I think of myself as a ‘Creative’ - somebody who makes a living from creating new things that have value to my company. There are millions of Creatives out there, you almost certainly know somebody in some field who fits into this category; so it always surprises me when people misunderstand the creative process so badly. One of the most ... Read more...

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