Browsing news: People

    • B-Corp for Learning Pool on LNTV

      Learning Now tv | London |

      LNTV, May 25: Ben Betts talks about Learning Pool becoming a B-Corp; Stella Collins starts a new 6-part series on neuroscience for learning. Esther Redman from Woodgreen Pets Charity discusses the highly important topic of Reflection.

    • Roebuck secures top talent to drive growth in key markets

      Learning News | Roebuck Global Resourcing |

      Scottish-based Roebuck Global Resourcing has announced the appointment of Helen McAnally and Alex Keay, two senior executives, to its team. McAnally and Keay join RGR while it is experiencing significant growth in the UK, EMEA, APAC and America.

    • Redesigning work and learning at Marks & Spencer

      Learning Now tv |

      LNTV, Apr 27: Simon Gibson, Group Head of Learning & Development at Marks & Spencer, discusses redesigning work, learning and culture; Martin Couzins looks at workers' views on the workplace. Plus: How to apply neuroscience and psychology for improved learning and training; Robin Hoyle in discussion with Will Thalheimer; and Rob Clarke talks to Donald Taylor ahead of Learning Technologies.

    • Hybrid working and remote learning on LNTV

      Learning Now tv | London |

      LNTV, Mar 30: Gary Cookson discusses adapting people practices to support employees and the organisation; John Hinchliffe, Colin Corder Award winner, talks about his work supporting the L&D community; Ina Weinbauer-Heidel and Robin Hoyle discuss transfer of learning back in the workplace; plus Bob Mosher and Rob Clarke.

    • Bridge appoints Justin Cooke

      Learning News | Bridge Learning Tech |

      Bridge Learning Tech has announced a new Chair, Justin Cooke; formerly with FutureLearn, Unicef UK and the British Museum's Digital Advisory Board.

    • Wrong questions generate useless learner feedback claims Scott Bradbury podcast

      Scott Bradbury |

      Using learner feedback to drive improvement is the focus of a new podcast from resources publisher Scott Bradbury. In the latest of its ‘Quick Wins' podcasts, Catherine de Salvo explores common pitfalls in collecting and analysing learner feedback, in conversation with CourseCheck founder Chris Wigglesworth.

    • Spotlight on Supporting Regional Businesses and Charities

      Nimble Elearning | Stonehouse, Gloucestershire |

      ‘Thinking globally, but acting locally’, is at the forefront of Nimble Elearning’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) goals. They continually aim to contribute to supporting the Gloucestershire region where they are based.

    • Thirst Appoints Jade McNeil Head of Sales | Manchester, UK |

      The learning platform, Thirst, built with advanced AI that provides recommend personalised learning content to learners, has appointed Jade McNeil Head of Sales.

    • Neha Gupta joins Learning Pool’s Board of Directors

      Learning Pool | New York, USA |

      Learning Pool, a leading global provider of corporate learning resulting in extraordinary outcomes, has today announced the appointment of Neha Gupta as a non-executive member of its board.

    • LNTV: the state of workplace learning

      Learning Now tv | London |

      LNTV, Dec 15: L&D Futures Forum with Nigel Paine, Kate Graham and Robin Hoyle looking at the state of today's workplace learning; Cathy Hoy introduces a new L&D leaders programme; Sharon Claffey-Kaliouby reports on the recent Elliott Masie conference.

    • 'Quick Wins’ for L&D professionals

      Scott Bradbury |

      Digital resources provider, Scott Bradbury, launches ‘Quick Wins’ podcasts specifically for HR and L&D practitioners.

    • LNTV: applying learning from training

      Learning Now tv | London |

      LNTV, Nov 24: how people can best apply learning from the training they receive; bringing the L&D community together with The Learning Guild; Nigel Paine and Martin Couzins discuss the recession and what it might mean for L&D.

    • Interview with Gary Lipkowitz, CEO Vyond

      Learning News | Vyond |

      Video creation in L&D, we're getting to grips with it and likely going to see a lot more of it. According to Vyond chief, Gary Lipkowitz.

    • Why staff development matters

      The Access Group |

      According to Deloitte, organisations with a strong learning culture are on average 52% more productive and 17% more profitable than their competitors. Dynamic career development has never been more important to sustain organisational performance and maximise staff retention.

    • LNTV: what really makes business impact

      Learning Now tv | London |

      LNTV, Oct 27: Evaluation expert, Professor Robert Brinkerhoff, on what really makes training have a real business impact. Plus, using TikTok for learning events; Bob Mosher concludes his series Elevating Performance; Martin Couzins draws conclusions from Mind Tools' Benchmark Study for corporate L&D.

    • From learning to performance

      Learning News |

      Learning News talks to Henriette Kloots, creator of the World of Learning Map, used to help L&D teams focus on the journey from learning to performance.