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    • “I Have a Dream” Concert with Telly Leung and Joshua Henry

      The MASIE Center | Saratoga Springs, NY |

      Elliott Masie and Telly Leung will honor Martin Luther King Jr. during the Empathy Concert on Monday, January 18th, with perspectives on learning virtually in these challenging times. Featuring Learning Leaders, plus Broadway performers Joshua Henry, Melinda Doolittle, and Co-Host Telly Leung, this will be an uplifting hour of songs, stories, and conversations about Empathy in these times.

    • Nimble Author 2 launches

      Learning News | London |

      Learning News in conversation with Neil Hyde, Managing Director of Nimble Elearning, on the recent introduction of Nimble’s updated elearning authoring application.

    • Learning Health Check: initial findings

      Learning News | London |

      Learning News in conversation with Nahdia Khan on the initial findings of Emerald Works’ annual Learning Health Check: spend on learning and development is up; tech proportion increased to 31%; shift from compliance to building capability; data analytics growing at quicker pace; improvements to strategic behaviour.

    • What lies ahead for the L&D sector?

      Learning Now tv | London |

      Learning Now TV, Dec 10: Myles Runham, Teresa Spera, Sukh Pabial and Zahra Clarke-Johnney join LNTV to review L&D’s challenges in 2020 and look ahead to 2021. Plus Charity Learning Consortium and Sport England, Robin Hoyle, Hannah Gore and John Hinchliffe on the show.

    • Learning in the workflow with Bob Mosher

      Xprtise | London |

      Bob Mosher, the performance-focused learning expert, author and co-founder of ‘The 5 Moments of Need’ learning methodology, is running a webinar next week to help learning and development professionals understand the vision and concepts of this revolutionary approach to workflow learning.

    • World of Learning virtual event

      Learning News | London |

      World of Learning Summit is taking place as a virtual event experience on 9, 10 December; event includes conference sessions, interactive workshops, seminars and chat rooms.

    • AstraZeneca learning chief on LNTV

      Learning Now tv | London |

      Learning Now TV, Nov 26: Brian Murphy, Global Head of Learning and Enterprise Capabilities at AstraZeneca, talks to LNTV this week about AstraZeneca's initiative to increase opportunities for learning. Plus LNTV looks at the impact of COVID-19 on the HE sector.

    • Learning Now TV: transforming learning and development at NHS Blood & Transplant Service

      Learning Now tv | London |

      LNTV, Nov 12: Lisa Johnson talks to LNTV about transforming learning and development at NHS Blood & Transplant Service to a digital environment; Lori Niles-Hofmann talks about how the Covid-19 situation is affecting the working lives of people in L&D in Canada; plus reports from Martin Couzins, Robin Hoyle and Hannah Gore.

    • Learning Now TV: online doctoral programme for L&D practitioners

      Learning Now tv | London |

      LNTV, Oct 29: Learning Now TV discusses the online MSc in Transdisciplinary Practice from Middlesex University run by Professor Brian Sutton; David Perring talks about Fosway's latest 9-Grid report; Kate explores the #BeTheRipple corporate kindness movement with Joanna Suvarna.

    • Learning Now TV: good outcomes for L&D

      Learning Now tv | London |

      LNTV, Jul 16, Michelle Ockers discusses good outcomes for L&D that have emerged as a result of the pandemic. Plus: Jane Bozarth on designing learning experiences that are focused on learners; Martin Couzins on the latest research in the L&D sector; Robin Hoyle makes the argument for L&D books; and LNTV talks to Sarah Ratcliffe about Ann Summers’ transformation away from home-house parties.