Press releases from Learning Now tv

    • Apprenticeship and leadership programmes: Kwik-Fit’s focus on people

      Learning Now tv | London |

      Learning Now tv this month talks with Kwik-Fit’s People Director Paul Binks about Kwik-Fit's apprenticeship and leadership programmes; the LPI’s Ed Monk talks about the current state of L&D; plus interviews on workplace diversity and online learning in engineering.

    • Digital transformation at Citi Bank on Learning Now tv

      Learning Now tv | London |

      Learning Now tv this month includes an interview with Citi Bank’s head of learning, Brian Murphy on the digital transformation project that won a Gold Award at the 2017 Learning Awards. Plus an L&D manager’s journey from online learning novice to online learning expert; and Martin Couzins discusses Deloitte's Human Capital Trends report.

    • People Development at Transport for London on Learning Now tv

      Learning Now tv | London |

      Learning Now tv this month includes an interview with Alexandra Bode-Tunji, Programme Lead - People Development at Transport for London, on TfL’s huge people transformation project. Plus: leadership development; state of the nation - learning in the US; Towards Maturity’s 2016-17 benchmark.

    • Lean and agile learning on Learning Now tv

      Learning Now tv | London |

      Learning Now tv this month reports on lean and agile learning and the differences between them with Learning Strategist, David James. Plus insights into the learning market in the Netherlands, competency frameworks and the challenges faced by CLOs in India.

    • Working with business leaders on Learning Now tv

      Learning Now tv | London |

      Learning Now tv interviews: the former head of learning at telefonica, Paul Morgan, on engaging with business leaders; Donald Taylor on the future of learning; market analyst, David Perring, on digital learning providers.

    • Virtual reality in learning on Learning Now tv

      Learning Now tv | London |

      Virtual reality for learning: how to get started, the equipment needed and practical examples of how VR is being used in learning; plus a special LNTV report into learning at a unique UK charity.

    • Empowering women leaders on Learning Now tv

      Learning Now tv | London |

      On November’s Learning Now tv Sarah Frame and Marilyn Gilchrist talk about the Aspire Women's Network, which aims to get a global financial institution to take women into senior positions.

    • Artificial intelligence in learning and education

      Learning Now tv | London |

      October’s Learning Now tv looks to artificial intelligence in the world of learning in an interview with learning and education sector futurist and commentator, Donald Clark.

    • The importance of creativity at work on Learning Now tv

      Learning Now tv | London |

      Amy Burvall, educational technologist and broadcaster, is to appear on September’s Learning Now tv discussing the importance and value of creativity at work. Also on this month’s show: campaign fundraising using social media; setting yourself up as a freelancer; and a review of LearningLive 2016.

    • Applying Pokemon Go to learning

      Learning Now tv | London |

      On August’s Learning Now tv Mel Milloway discusses Pokemon Go and its application for learning. Plus GSK’s global Director of Learning Quality and insights into learning design with PwC.

    • Skills and performance at PwC on Learning Now tv

      Learning Now tv | London |

      On July’s Learning Now tv PwC’s Sarah Lindsell talks about her team’s role in ensuring consistency in L&D across a significant, large, global workforce; Charles Jennings discusses the launch of the 702010 Institute; plus interviews with Good Practice CEO Owen Ferguson; and introducing a new LNTV US correspondent, Tom Spiglanin.

    • The Social Age and the rise of the community: Learning Now tv

      Learning Now tv | London |

      On this month’s Learning Now tv Julian Stodd talks about the rise of the community with Nigel Paine. Plus interviews on machine and cognitive learning and managing for the first time; insights into Adobe’s research about the state of content.

    • Empowered learners: the implications for L&D on Learning now tv

      Learning Now tv | London |

      David James, former CLO at Disney, talks about ‘The Empowered Learner’ on this month’s Learning now tv and offers insights for forward-thinking L&D teams. April’s Learning now tv goes out Thursday 28 April at 8 pm, hosted by Kim George and Nigel Paine.

    • Telefonica’s digital transformation on Learning now tv

      Learning Now tv | London |

      Learning now tv interviews Paul Morgan, Head of L&D at Telefonica, about how he has lead the digital transformation in this global enterprise. March’s Learning now tv goes out Thursday 31 March at 8 pm, hosted by Kim George and Nigel Paine.

    • Virtual reality in training on Learning now tv

      Learning Now tv | London |

      This month’s Learning now tv covers virtual reality in training, data analytics in L&D, trends in imagery and communicating technical subjects. February’s Learning now tv goes out this Thursday at 8 pm, hosted by Kim George and Nigel Paine.

    • The Happy Manifesto: creating a happy organisation on LNTV

      Learning Now tv | London |

      On this month’s Learning Now tv Henry Stewart discusses his 'Happy Manifesto' and explains how organisations are reaping the benefits; Blue Eskimo’s Nick Bate interviewed on learning sector salaries and working conditions; Euan Semple on corporate social media strategy.

    • Courses to resources: Nick Shackleton-Jones on Learning Now tv

      Learning Now tv | London |

      BP's Director of Online, Nick Shackleton-Jones, is interviewed on this month’s Learning Now tv, discussing how BP has moved from courses to resources and how it is making the most of wearables, apps and touch in learning. Thursday’s programme also takes an indepth look at curation in L&D, with Martin Couzins and Jon Kennard.

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