As part of the design for Modern Learning Leader, I’ve been hosting a series of five webinars. The purpose of the webinars on the programme is to provide a baseline of understanding and exploration of topics so that when we get to the two day workshop, people are already primed and full of content which … More Lessons in hosting webinars
As some of you may know, I’m running an open programme called Modern Learning Leader. As the title suggests, it’s a programme designed to help L&D leaders understand the landscape of learning design better to enable them to be better and more credible L&D leaders for their organisations / clients. As part of my process … More What does modern learning design look like?
I’m lucky enough to be part of a group of L&Ders who are highly skilled at what they do, think about their craft to continually be better, and challenge the community to think more clearly about the learning solutions they design. From what I have understood, I think there are four main options which different … More The 4 types of learning solution design
Something I’m aware of in the L&D space is we’re not great at openly sharing about our practice. Some do it really well. They share their thinking, their practice, their results, and they do it as part of their being. Many, though, aren’t comfortable with it. There’s something about being open on social media which … More Thinking, Design, How we got here
As part of the Modern Learning Leader programme, I’m hosting a series of webinars which are designed to introduce topics and provide breadth and stretch to what L&D leaders know in these areas. The topics are: The Human Condition Instructional Design User Experience Adult Learning Theories Social Learning Technologies Each webinar is £30, and you … More Modern Learning Leader webinar series
I read an interesting piece from Stephanie Davies recently on her Laughology blog where she makes the case for measuring happiness at work over measuring productivity. It’s quite hard to suggest that productivity shouldn’t be measured. As Stephanie says, and I agree, productivity is only one measure of the success of a company – it’s … More What does wellbeing at work mean to you?
You may have seen that I’m looking to run an event called the Modern Learning Practitioner on 5-6 October of this year. As part of the fundamental design of the session, what I’m interested in doing is building a community of people who are interested in the topic area, and want to access content that … More I’m Slacking as a Modern Learning Practitioner
One of the things that regularly gets me thinking in this modern world of working is how well supported we are as individuals. We’re living in a world where we are more connected than we’ve ever been before. Knowledge and information is readily available and accessible in ways that we couldn’t have predicted 20 … More Wellbeing, Resilience and Coaching
I write a lot about different facets of modern learning and of different models and theories that are useful to learn from and inform us better about the human condition. I spend a fair bit of my thinking time trying to place how these different bits of information help us be better facilitators. Through practise, … More What does modern facilitation look like?
I mean it’s all fine having a website that informs people about what your business is about, but unless people are finding the site, then you may as well put a poster on a lamppost and hope for the best. So I’ve decided I’m going to just write a post which outlines what work you … More Working Together