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    • Good Practice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools combine into Emerald: Peter Casebow on LNTV

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      On March’s LNTV show Peter Casebow talks about combining Good Practice, Towards Maturity and MindTools into the Emerald Publishing Group. QA’s Lucy Cartlidge talks about change in the L&D space and her hopes for the Women in Learning movement. Plus Stephan Fahey on performance coaching, Karl Kapp on microlearning and Jane Hart on how to build a culture of continuous learning.

    • Andy Lancaster interview on Learning Now tv

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      On February’s LNTV show Andy Lancaster talks about his new role at CIPD and his book 'Driving Performance Through Learning'. Plus: a new reporter at LNTV, Lori Niles-Hofmann; Robin Hoyle on why aligning L&D to the business is proving so difficult; and the news highlights from Learning Technologies 2020.

    • Learning in the flow of work: Bob Mosher on Learning Now tv

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      On January’s LNTV show Nigel Paine interviews the learning in the flow of work evangelist and pioneer, Bob Mosher. Plus Jane Daly on Towards Maturity’s annual benchmark, Robin Hoyle on personalised learning and LNTV talks to digital learning market analyst, David Perring.

    • Digital content development on Learning Now tv

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      October’s LNTV hears from David James on digital content development, Danny Seals about Learning Experience Design and Liggy Webb on life skills. Nigel Paine talks to Martin Couzins on Slack’s state of work report, plus regulars Robin Hoyle and Euan Semple.

    • Women in Learning panel on Learning Now tv

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      September’s LNTV programme includes a Women in Learning panel session with Kate Graham, Alex Watson, Andrew Jacobs and Lydia Charilaou, an interview with Learning Technologies Group CEO, Jonathan Satchell, as well as reports from Martin Couzins, Robin Hoyle and Brent Schlenker.

    • Learning Now tv: experiences in education and corporate learning

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      August’s LNTV includes interviews with Neal Hutton on his experiences in the education and corporate learning sectors, Laura Emson from Cambridge Assessment, who won a rising star award at the Learning Awards and Krystyna Gadd on her new book 'How to not waste money on training’, as well as LNTV regulars Martin Couzins, Robin Hoyle and Euan Semple.

    • Learning Now tv: the challenges women face in business

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      Career coach Hira Ali discusses the challenges women face on their road to professional success on Learning Now tv. Plus young entrepreneur Ed Beccle on HR apps, CIPD’s Health and well-being at work report and a report from #WomenInLearning Conference.

    • L&D’s misconceptions about ‘digital’ on Learning Now tv

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      On June’s Learning Now tv Myles Runham presents a clearer view of ‘digital’ for L&D, Cathy Moore talks about performance-focused learning design and a review of Royal Mail’s VR-based dog safety training programme.

    • Building workplace capability and value-based learning with 70:20:10

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      On April’s Learning Now tv: Charles Jennings on building workplace capability and value-based learning, Barbara Thompson hosts April’s panel of young L&D professionals, Steve Wheeler introduces his new book ‘Digital Learning in Organisations’ and Martin Couzins reviews Towards Maturity’s 2019 report.

    • Women in Learning on Learning Now tv

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      The Women in Learning campaign is showcased on March’s Learning Now tv along with David James on learning at the point of work, how AI is being used to develop lawyers’ skills and Learning Now tv welcomes a new regular reporter, Euan Semple.

    • February’s Learning Now tv: in depth features and comment on the learning sector

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      On February’s Learning Now tv Michelle Ockers challenges L&D’s to support a wider range of performance needs. Martin Couzins highlights some worrying news from the Learning Technologies’ and Fosway’s latest research. Nigel Paine catches up with young L&D professionals in the Netherlands. Plus Robin Hoyle on impact measurement, Good Practice’s annual 70:20:10 research and Learning News reports from Learning Technologies 2019.

    • Young L&D professionals: Learning Now tv panel

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      On January’s Learning Now tv a panel of young L&D professionals discusses how they like to learn. Matthew Holman and Paul Morgan discuss mental health awareness in the workplace. LNTV’s workplace diversity and inclusion series continues with ‘digital accessibility’. Plus regular contributors, Robin Hoyle and Ajay Pangarkar.

    • L&D transformation at O2 on Learning Now tv

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      On November’s Learning Now tv: how O2 is transforming its L&D function; why data analytics is vital to improving performance; an AI in learning implementation; insights into Deloitte/MIT Sloane’s research; an interview with personalisation expert JD Dillon; plus insights from LNTV commentators Ajay Pangarkar and Robin Hoyle.

    • Trust and social systems at work: Julian Stodd on Learning Now tv

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      On October’s Learning Now tv Julian Stodd discusses his latest research project, The Landscape of Trust, which considers social and organisational trust, and tools and skills to help build it. Also on this week’s show: Paul Matthews on learning transfer at work and a review of World of Learning 2018.

    • Data-driven learning on Learning Now tv

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      On September’s Learning Now tv the team interviews Lori Niles-Hofmann about digital body language and using data to help improve learning and performance at work; new insights into leadership development priorities following FTIECLA’s 2018 Pulse Report; establishing a business school for Solera staff; LearningLive 2018 review.

    • Women in business in learning and in society on Learning Now tv

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      July’s Learning Now tv interviews two leading business women, Ula Howlett about her career journey and Tamsin Napier-Munn about her campaign to encourage women to ‘step up’ and make a difference. We also talk to Lesley Price and Wes Atkinson about Learn Appeal and the progress it’s making to improve access to learning in Africa and for underprivileged groups here in the UK.

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