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New year, new learning culture - with Character

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Entelechy Academy is to present the latest in its series of webinars looking at ‘Character’ - the missing ingredient in Learning and Development.


On Thursday January 12 at 2pm GMT, Mike Alcock and Racheal Smith from Entelechy Academy will be challenging existing thinking on learning cultures: Webinar - New year, new learning culture – with Character

Embedding effective learning cultures was rated as the number one challenge by learning leaders in a survey from the Learning and Performance Institute (LPI) in Autumn 2022. 

This webinar challenges existing thinking on learning cultures by introducing the concept of Character. A 45 minute interactive webinar will take learning leaders on a short journey of exploration into the power of Character. Attendees will look at the power of Character to transform organisational performance and create effective learning cultures. 

At the end of the webinar, attendees will be given the opportunity to access a paper addressing the top ten challenges of learning leaders based on the LPI’s 2022 survey. 

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Mike Alcock is the Head of Enterprise at Entelechy Academy and has previously run Gomo and Atlantic Link. He has been involved in the e-learning industry for over 20 years and is now focused on helping businesses use Character to transform organisational performance. 

Racheal Smith is the Head of Learning and Insights at Entelechy Academy and was a teacher for 20 years before leaving the education system to join Entelechy. Racheal has also been a chief examiner for Pearson and is focused on challenging the issues that exist within the education system. 

Entelechy Academy is a learning and development provider focused on helping people become the best version of themselves through the development of Character. Working with businesses and supporting individual learners, Entelechy provides a variety of solutions to put Character at the centre of learning and development and human growth. For more information please visit